Regional-To-Global Trade Networks Reflected In Isolated Alaskan Gold Camps
Author(s): Robin Mills
This is a poster submission presented at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology.
Archaeological excavations at a host of early-mid 20th century Alaskan mining camps over the past 25 years have provided a wealth of data on the influx of goods from local, regional, national, and international sources. This poster reviews changes in trade network patterns over time, as reflected in the archaeological record, relative to processes occurring at various scales of analysis (e.g., tariffs; railroad construction; regional development; personal choice; etc.).
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Regional-To-Global Trade Networks Reflected In Isolated Alaskan Gold Camps. Robin Mills. 2020 ( tDAR id: 457378)
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