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Archaeological perspectives on the French in the New World

Author: Elizabeth M Scott
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2017].
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth M Scott
ISBN: 9780813054391 0813054397
OCLC Number: 1031869318
Description: viii, 280 pages : illustrations, cartes ; 25 cm.
Contents: An introduction to the archaeology of Francophone communities in the Americas / Elizabeth M. Scott --
Archaeological dimensions of the Acadian diaspora / Steven R. Pendery --
"They are fit to eat the divel and smoak his mother": labor, leisure, tobacco pipes, and smoking customs among French Canadian voyageurs during the fur trade era / Rob Mann --
Food and furs at French Fort St. Joseph / Michael S. Nassaney and Terrance J. Martin --
Landscapes of forgetting and the materiality of enslavement: using class, ethnicity, and gender to search for the invisible on a postcolonial French house lot in the Illinois country / Erin N. Whitson --
Access to first-choice foods and settlement failure at French Azilum / Maureen Costura --
Pots sauvage: plantation pottery traditions of Northwest Louisiana at the end of the eighteenth century / David W. Morgan and Kevin C. MacDonald --
Identity and cultural interaction in French Guiana during the eighteenth century: the case of the storehouse at Habitation Loyola / Antoine Loyer Rousselle and Reginald Auger --
Sugar plantations in the French West Indies: archaeological perspectives from Guadeloupe and Martinique / Kenneth G. Kelly --
Uncovering the French on St. Croix: stories of seventeenth-century settlement and abandonment on the Caribbean frontier / Meredith D. Hardy.
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth M. Scott.


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