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  • 30 b/w illus. 6 maps 9 tables
  • Page extent: 284 pages
  • Size: 247 x 174 mm
  • Weight: 0.46 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521796828 | ISBN-10: 0521796822)




Contents




  List of figures   [page ix]
  List of tables   [xii]
  List of contributors   [xiii]
 
  1 The archaeology of contact in settler societies   [1]
  TIM MURRAY
 
  PART I DIVERSE CONTACTS AND CONSEQUENCES
 
  2 Beads, bodies and regimes of value: from France to North America, c. 1500–c. 1650   [19]
  LAURIER TURGEON
 
  3 Ships for the taking: culture contact and the maritime fur trade on the Northwest Coast of North America   [48]
  STEVEN ACHESON AND JAMES P. DELGADO
 
  4 Culture contact viewed through ceramic petrography at the Pueblo mission of Abó, New Mexico   [78]
  PATRICIA CAPONE
 
  5 The transformation of indigenous societies in the south-western Cape during the rule of the Dutch East India Company, 1652–1795   [91]
  YVONNE BRINK
 
  6 Contact archaeology and the landscapes of pastoralism in the north-west of Australia   [109]
  RODNEY HARRISON
 
  7 Tenacity of the traditional: the first hundred years of Maori–European settler contact on the Hauraki Plains, Aotearoa/New Zealand   [144]
  STUART BEDFORD
 
  PART II ISSUES AND METHODS
 
  8 Fur trade archaeology in western Canada: who is digging up the forts?   [157]
  OLGA KLIMKO
 
  9 Contact archaeology and the writing of Aboriginal history   [176]
  CHRISTINE WILLIAMSON
 
10 In the footsteps of George Dutton: developing a contact archaeology of temperate Aboriginal Australia   [200]
  TIM MURRAY
 
  Bibliography   [226]
  Index   [263]

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