Hyde Park Barracks Artefact Catalogue
Part of the An Archaeology of Institutional Confinement: the Hyde Park Barracks 1848-1886 project
Creator(s): Peter Davies
Year: 2011Primary Copyright Holder: La Trobe University
Catalogue of artefacts from the Hyde Park Barracks assemblage, as upgraded as part of the Institutional Confinement project. The catalogue was original combined by the Hyde Park Barracks Museum staff and enhanced during the Archaeology of the Modern City project.
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Hyde Park Barracks Artefact Catalogue. Peter Davies. 2011 ( tDAR id: 407469)
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Calendar Date: 1848 to 1886
min long: 151.199; min lat: -33.882 ; max long: 151.22; max lat: -33.852 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Principal Investigator(s): Tim Murray; Penny Crook; Sophie Pullar; Wendy Thorp; Dana Mider; Andrew Wilson; Julie Dinsmoor; Tony English; Leah McKenzie; Mafalda Rossi; Brett Noble; Julia Byrnes; Wayne Johnson; Graham Wilson; Dominic Steele
Sponsor(s): Historic Houses Trust
Repository(s): Historic Houses Trust
Prepared By(s): University of Sydney
TDAR ID(s): 7152
FAIMS ID(s): repo.fedarch.org/dataset/7152
Rights & Attribution: Copyright Peter Davies 2012
General Note: The Underfloor collection was catalogued at the Centre for Historical Archaeology, Sydney University, by Dana Mider, Andrew Wilson, Julie Dinsmoor and Tony English, between 1990 and 1996 (see Mider 1996, Vol 1: 1).
General Note: The underground collection was catalogued by Leah McKenzie, Mafalda Rossi, Julie Byrnes, Wendy Thorp, Wayne Johnson, Brett Noble, Graham Wilson and Dominic Steele. Jocelyn Brown, John Macdonald and Wendy Thorp undertook data entry (Thorp & Campbell Conservation 1994: 24).