21st-century Collaboration for Studying a 20th-century Working Community
Author(s): Frederick E. Sutherland
This paper explores the social and economic effects on working communities in a former iron mining district in central Minnesota. Scholars and community members collaborated to document multiple standing structures of historic significance and hold discussions on how those sites could be preserved and featured in future cultural tourism plans. The narratives generated from the collaboration were strengthened by overlapping thematic categories used in multi-sited archaeology.
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21st-century Collaboration for Studying a 20th-century Working Community. Frederick E. Sutherland. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Washington, D.C. 2016 ( tDAR id: 435101)
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