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NEHA Volume 42

Northeast Historical Archaeology, Volume 42: 2013 — Full Text

Northeast Historical Archaeology, Volume 42: 2013 Special Issue Foodways on the Menu: Understanding the Lives of Households and Communities through the Interpretation of Meals and Food-Related Practices

NEHA Volume 42: Introduction: Bringing More to the Table by Karen Bescherer Metheny

NEHA Volume 42: Introduction: Bringing More to the Table by Karen Bescherer Metheny Archaeology and the archaeological sciences increasingly contribute to the knowledge of food preparation and consumption in historic- […]

NEHA Volume 42: The Power of Choice: Reflections of Economic Ability Status and Ethnicity in the Foodways of a Free African American Family in Northwestern New Jersey by Megan E. Springate and Amy Raes

The Power of Choice: Reflections of Economic Ability Status and Ethnicity in the Foodways of a Free African American Family in Northwestern New Jersey by Megan E. Springate and Amy […]

NEHA Volume 42: Dining with John and Catharine Butler before the Close of the Eighteenth Century by Eva MacDonald and Suzanne Needs-Howarth

Dining with John and Catharine Butler before the Close of the Eighteenth Century by Eva MacDonald and Suzanne Needs-Howarth The partial excavation of the homestead of Colonel John Butler in […]

NEHA Volume 42: Historic Philadelphia Foodways: A Consideration of Catfish Cookery by Teagan Schweitzer

Historic Philadelphia Foodways: A Consideration of Catfish Cookery by Teagan Schweitzer This article explores the consumption of catfish in the Philadelphia area during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. […]

NEHA Volume 42: Consumerism and Control: Archaeological Perspectives on the Harvard College Buttery by Christina J. Hodge

Consumerism and Control: Archaeological Perspectives on the Harvard College Buttery by Christina J. Hodge Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, offers a unique setting through which to explore cultural changes within […]

NEHA Volume 42: Op-Ed: The Influence of New Technologies Foods and Print Media on Local Material Culture Remains in Nineteenth-Century America by Marie-Lorraine Pipes and Meta F. Janowitz

Op-Ed: The Influence of New Technologies Foods and Print Media on Local Material Culture Remains in Nineteenth-Century America by Marie-Lorraine Pipes and Meta F. Janowitz This opinion piece is a […]

NEHA Volume 42: Decline in the Use and Production of Red-Earthenware Cooking Vessels in the Northeast, 1780–1880 by Meta F. Janowitz

Decline in the Use and Production of Red-Earthenware Cooking Vessels in the Northeast, 1780–1880 by Meta F. Janowitz Ceramic collections from archaeological sites dating to and before the early 19th […]

NEHA Volume 42: Applying Concepts from Historical Archaeology to New England’s Nineteenth-Century Cookbooks by Anne Yentsch

Applying Concepts from Historical Archaeology to New England’s Nineteenth-Century Cookbooks by Anne Yentsch This article describes a study of New England cookbooks as a data source for historical archaeologists. The […]

NEHA Volume 42: Modeling Communities through Food: Connecting the Daily Meal to the Construction of Place and Identity by Karen Bescherer Metheny

Modeling Communities through Food: Connecting the Daily Meal to the Construction of Place and Identity by Karen Bescherer Metheny Foodways are an aspect of community building that find expression in […]

NEHA Volume 42: Feasting on Broken Glass: Making a Meal of Seeds Bones and Sherds by Mary C. Beaudry

Feasting on Broken Glass: Making a Meal of Seeds Bones and Sherds by Mary C. Beaudry Drawing on various lines of evidence that provide insight into late 18th- and early […]


NEHA Volume 43

Northeast Historical Archaeology, Volume 43: 2014 — Full Text

Northeast Historical Archaeology, Volume 43: 2014 — Full Text

NEHA Volume 43: Editor’s Introduction by Susan E. Maguire

Editor’s Introduction by Susan E. Maguire We are pleased to bring you Volume 43 (2014) of Northeast Historical Archaeology. It has been a pleasure to work with a talented group […]

NEHA Volume 43: Hier Leydt Begraven: A Primer on Dutch Colonial Gravestones by Brandon Richards

Hier Leydt Begraven: A Primer on Dutch Colonial Gravestones by Brandon Richards

NEHA Volume 43: An Earthly Tabernacle: English Land Use and Town Planning in Seventeenth Century Woodbridge, New Jersey by Michael J. Gall

An Earthly Tabernacle: English Land Use and Town Planning in Seventeenth Century Woodbridge, New Jersey by Michael J. Gall The archaeology of townscapes can provide important information about cultural development […]

NEHA Volume 43: New Bottles Made with My Crest: Colonial Bottle Seals from Eastern North America, a Gazetteer and Interpretation by Richard Veit and Paul R. Huey

New Bottles Made with My Crest: Colonial Bottle Seals from Eastern North America, a Gazetteer and Interpretation by Richard Veit and Paul R. Huey Bottle seals or crests are one […]

NEHA Volume 43: Reservation Subsistence: A Comparative Paleoethnobotanical Analysis of a Mashantucket Pequot and EuroAmerican Household by William A. Farley

Reservation Subsistence: A Comparative Paleoethnobotanical Analysis of a Mashantucket Pequot and EuroAmerican Household by William A. Farley In southeastern Connecticut in the 19th century, many Native Americans resided on reservations […]

NEHA Volume 43: A Family Affair: Whaling as Native American Household Strategy on Eastern Long Island, New York by Emily Button

A Family Affair: Whaling as Native American Household Strategy on Eastern Long Island, New York by Emily Button Nineteenth-century Native Americans from the northeastern United States became locally famous as […]

NEHA Volume 43: The Seal Cove Shipwreck Project: Investigating an Historical Wooden Vessel on Mount Desert Island, Maine by Franklin H. Price, Stephen Dilk and Baylus C. Brooks Jr.

The Seal Cove Shipwreck Project: Investigating an Historical Wooden Vessel on Mount Desert Island, Maine by Franklin H. Price, Stephen Dilk and Baylus C. Brooks Jr. Two one-week field projects, […]

NEHA Volume 43: Dating Methods and Techniques at the John Hallowes Site (44WM6): A Seventeenth Century Example by Lauren K. McMillian, D. Brad Hatch and Barbara J. Heath

Dating Methods and Techniques at the John Hallowes Site (44WM6): A Seventeenth Century Example by Lauren K. McMillian, D. Brad Hatch and Barbara J. Heath The John Hallowes site (44WM6) […]

NEHA Volume 43: Continuity of Lithic Practice from the Eighteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries at the Nipmuc Homestead of Sarah Boston, Grafton, Massachusetts by Joseph M. Bagley, Stephen Mrozowski, Heather Law Pezzarossi and John Steinberg

Continuity of Lithic Practice from the Eighteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries at the Nipmuc Homestead of Sarah Boston, Grafton, Massachusetts by Joseph M. Bagley, Stephen Mrozowski, Heather Law Pezzarossi and […]

NEHA Volume 43: Gunflints and Musketballs: Implications for the Occupational History of the Eaton Site and the Niagara Frontier by Michael Roets, William Engelbrecht and John D. Holland

Gunflints and Musketballs: Implications for the Occupational History of the Eaton Site and the Niagara Frontier by Michael Roets, William Engelbrecht and John D. Holland The multicomponent Eaton site in […]

NEHA Volume 43: Review of The Archaeology of American Cemeteries and Gravemarkers by Sherene Baugher and Richard F. Veit. Reviewed by Timothy B. Riordan.

Review of Historical Archaeology of the Delaware Valley 1600-1850 ed. by Richard F. Veit and David Orr. Reviewed by Lu Ann De Cunzo. Review of Archaeology of the War of […]

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