Tag: Mission Archaeology

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3. “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. Pp. 58-82.In Archaeological Perspectives on the French in the New World, ed

Cabezas-Trofeo y Tzompantlis en los Confines de Mesoamérica. Arqueología Mexicana 25(148):64-69 [2017]

Te Puna: The Archaeology of a New Zealand Mission Station, 1832-1874: a Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of …

LE JEUNE'S INHABITANTS OF NEW ZEALAND, WITH A VIEW OF THEIR FORTIFIED STRONGHOLD OR A . 10 APRIL 1824 : A CORRECT IDENTIFICATION OF …

Silent Voices, Hidden Lives: Archaeology, Class and Gender in the CMS Missions, Bay of Islands, New Zealand, 1814–1845

Mission station as trading post: The economy of the Church Missionary Society in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, 1814–1845

Maori and European landscapes at Te Puna, Bay of Islands, New Zealand, 1805–1850

Panier percé, passé entre les mailles du filet : Pour la restauration d’un objet marquisien ‘retrouvé’ au Musée d’Aquitaine.

Is the Heart at Home? E.B. Tylor’s collections from Somerset

Contested Visions: Fray Junípero Serra, Native Californians, and the Legacy of the Franciscan Missions [2013]

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