The Resource The buried past : an archaeological history of Philadelphia, John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington ; with the assistance of Sarah S. Evans

The buried past : an archaeological history of Philadelphia, John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington ; with the assistance of Sarah S. Evans

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The buried past : an archaeological history of Philadelphia
Title
The buried past
Title remainder
an archaeological history of Philadelphia
Statement of responsibility
John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington ; with the assistance of Sarah S. Evans
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eng
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Cotter, John L
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974.8/11
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  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
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F158.39
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.C68 1992eb
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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  • Roberts, Daniel G
  • Parrington, Michael
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  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • Archaeology and history
  • Indians of North America
  • HISTORY
  • HISTORY
  • HISTORY
  • Antiquities
  • Archaeology and history
  • Indians of North America
  • Pennsylvania
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The buried past : an archaeological history of Philadelphia, John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington ; with the assistance of Sarah S. Evans
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=17206
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Publication
Note
"Barra Foundation book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 479-514) and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. I. Setting the Stage. 1. The Philadelphia Region from Prehistory into. History. The Environment. Prehistoric Inhabitants. The Lenape of the Historic Contact Period -- Appendix 1.A: Lenape Settlements and Place Names. 2. Philadelphia in Historic Times. Period of Initial Settlement: 1624-1682. Founding of the Town: 1682-1701. The Colonial City: 1701-1775. The City at War: 1775-1783. The City in the Federal Era: 1783-1830. The Early Industrial City: 1830-1860. The Industrial City in Its Prime: 1860-1901. The City in the Early Twentieth Century: 1901-1930 -- pt. II. Archaeological Sites in Downtown Philadelphia and Philadelphia County. 3. Independence National Historical Park. The Houses of William Penn. Benjamin Franklin's Lost House. Carpenters' Court: A Surprising Find. Archaeology in the Cradle of the Nation: Independence Hall and Its Surroundings. Bishop White's House: How a Good Man Lived above the Evils of Insanitation
  • The Graff House and the Kosciuszko House: Fleeting Visits and Lasting Fame. The McIlvaine House Privy and Area F: Historical Archaeology in Practice -- Appendix 3.A: Artifacts from Franklin's House and Market Street Rental Properties -- Appendix 3.B: Artifacts from Cisterns 3 and 3A, Independence Hall East Wing Basement -- Appendix 3.C: Artifacts from the McIlvaine House Privy. 4. Old Philadelphia. New Market: Of Enterprise and Infanticide. Man Full of Trouble Tavern: Not So Genteel. The Walnut Street Prison Workshop: How to Reduce Recidivism. 310 Cypress Street: Another Surprising Find. The Hill-Physick-Keith House: Down Almshouse, Up Mansion. The U.S. Mint: From Coinage to Coin Bank. Old St. Paul's Church: Philadelphia's Elite Burial Customs. Washington Square: The Saga of the Unknown Soldier and the Anonymous Archaeologist -- Appendix 4.A: Artifacts and Faunal Remains from Feature 16, New Market East -- Appendix 4.B: Artifacts from the Walnut Street Prison
  • Appendix 4.C: Artifacts from the Vicinity of the First U.S. Mint. 5. The Delaware Waterfront. Interstate-95: The Long and the Short of It. West's Shipyard and Its Neighbors: From Sand to Asphalt on the "Hertz Lot" Front and Dock Streets: Some of the Earliest Evidence. The High Ward: Reflections on a Changing Culture. 8 South Front Street: A Study in Continuity. From Porcelain Rosettes to Brass Cannons: The Story of the Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory. Fort Mifflin: Forgotten Defender. The Franklin Square Powder Magazine. The Frankford Arsenal: Nearly Two Centuries of Arming the Nation. 6. The City Beyond the Colonial Core. Bartram's Garden: An Early Botanical Venture. The Gorgas Mill Complex: Early Industry Along the Wissahickon. The First African Baptist Church and the Kensington Methodist Church: Forgotten Burial Grounds. A Site for a New Convention Center: Of Almshouses, Trains and Terminals, and Shelters for Fallen Women
  • Vine Street from River to River: Mixed Nineteenth-Century Neighborhoods. The Ninth Ward: Nineteenth-Century Sanitation Practices. The Commuter Rail Tunnel: Of Schoolboy Pranks and Other Site-Specific Matters. The Point Breeze Gas Works: Archaeology without Digging. The "Saponified" Man and Woman: Some Victorian Archaeology. 7. Germantown. Wyck: Germantown's Oldest Surviving House. Stenton: James Logan's Country Estate. Grumblethorpe: Germantown's First Summer Home. The Deshler-Morris House: The Nation's First "Summer White House" Clivenden: Wounded Veteran of the Revolutionary War. The Story of How an Unknown British Soldier of the Battle of Germantown Regained His Identity -- pt. III. Archaeological Sites in the Surrounding Counties. 8. Bucks County. Pennsbury Manor: Penn's Archaeological Problem. Fallsington: "The Town Time Forgot" The Wynkoop House: A Modest Dutch Dwelling in the Hinterlands. Trevose, the Growden Mansion. 9. Montgomery County
  • Harriton: Witness to National and Personal Frustration. Graeme Park: From Malt House to Georgian Mansion. Hope Lodge: Of Legends and Uncertain Origins. The Peter Wentz Farmstead: Germanic Influence in the Delaware Valley. The Highlands: Social Stratification in Fort Washington. 10. Chester and Delaware Counties. The Printzhof: A Heavy Man with a Heavy Hand. The Morton Homestead and the Mortonson House: The Old Swedes at Home. The Grange: A Welsh Quaker Estate and Its Evolution. The Caleb Pusey House: A Durable Quaker Rustic. Ridley Creek State Park: The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation and Sycamore Mills. Waynesborough: The Estate of General "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Valley Forge: A National Icon Uncovered. The Barns-Brinton House: Archaeological Evidence of Old U.S. Route 1 -- pt. IV. Archaeological Perspectives. 11. A Retrospective View: Interpreting the. Evidence. Stratification and the Open Society. Sanitation and Health Care. Commerce and Industry. Deviant Behavior
  • Sporting Philadelphia. 12. A Prospective View: Directions for Future Research. Archaeological Resources of the Delaware River: Submerged Sites and. Shipwrecks. Transportation Networks. Industrial Sites. A Concluding Note on the Future of Philadelphia's Archaeology -- Appendix: Minor Archaeological Investigations in the Philadelphia Region
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxv, 524 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585191744
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44961780
  • (OCoLC)ocm44961780
Label
The buried past : an archaeological history of Philadelphia, John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington ; with the assistance of Sarah S. Evans
Link
https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=17206
Publication
Note
"Barra Foundation book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 479-514) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. I. Setting the Stage. 1. The Philadelphia Region from Prehistory into. History. The Environment. Prehistoric Inhabitants. The Lenape of the Historic Contact Period -- Appendix 1.A: Lenape Settlements and Place Names. 2. Philadelphia in Historic Times. Period of Initial Settlement: 1624-1682. Founding of the Town: 1682-1701. The Colonial City: 1701-1775. The City at War: 1775-1783. The City in the Federal Era: 1783-1830. The Early Industrial City: 1830-1860. The Industrial City in Its Prime: 1860-1901. The City in the Early Twentieth Century: 1901-1930 -- pt. II. Archaeological Sites in Downtown Philadelphia and Philadelphia County. 3. Independence National Historical Park. The Houses of William Penn. Benjamin Franklin's Lost House. Carpenters' Court: A Surprising Find. Archaeology in the Cradle of the Nation: Independence Hall and Its Surroundings. Bishop White's House: How a Good Man Lived above the Evils of Insanitation
  • The Graff House and the Kosciuszko House: Fleeting Visits and Lasting Fame. The McIlvaine House Privy and Area F: Historical Archaeology in Practice -- Appendix 3.A: Artifacts from Franklin's House and Market Street Rental Properties -- Appendix 3.B: Artifacts from Cisterns 3 and 3A, Independence Hall East Wing Basement -- Appendix 3.C: Artifacts from the McIlvaine House Privy. 4. Old Philadelphia. New Market: Of Enterprise and Infanticide. Man Full of Trouble Tavern: Not So Genteel. The Walnut Street Prison Workshop: How to Reduce Recidivism. 310 Cypress Street: Another Surprising Find. The Hill-Physick-Keith House: Down Almshouse, Up Mansion. The U.S. Mint: From Coinage to Coin Bank. Old St. Paul's Church: Philadelphia's Elite Burial Customs. Washington Square: The Saga of the Unknown Soldier and the Anonymous Archaeologist -- Appendix 4.A: Artifacts and Faunal Remains from Feature 16, New Market East -- Appendix 4.B: Artifacts from the Walnut Street Prison
  • Appendix 4.C: Artifacts from the Vicinity of the First U.S. Mint. 5. The Delaware Waterfront. Interstate-95: The Long and the Short of It. West's Shipyard and Its Neighbors: From Sand to Asphalt on the "Hertz Lot" Front and Dock Streets: Some of the Earliest Evidence. The High Ward: Reflections on a Changing Culture. 8 South Front Street: A Study in Continuity. From Porcelain Rosettes to Brass Cannons: The Story of the Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory. Fort Mifflin: Forgotten Defender. The Franklin Square Powder Magazine. The Frankford Arsenal: Nearly Two Centuries of Arming the Nation. 6. The City Beyond the Colonial Core. Bartram's Garden: An Early Botanical Venture. The Gorgas Mill Complex: Early Industry Along the Wissahickon. The First African Baptist Church and the Kensington Methodist Church: Forgotten Burial Grounds. A Site for a New Convention Center: Of Almshouses, Trains and Terminals, and Shelters for Fallen Women
  • Vine Street from River to River: Mixed Nineteenth-Century Neighborhoods. The Ninth Ward: Nineteenth-Century Sanitation Practices. The Commuter Rail Tunnel: Of Schoolboy Pranks and Other Site-Specific Matters. The Point Breeze Gas Works: Archaeology without Digging. The "Saponified" Man and Woman: Some Victorian Archaeology. 7. Germantown. Wyck: Germantown's Oldest Surviving House. Stenton: James Logan's Country Estate. Grumblethorpe: Germantown's First Summer Home. The Deshler-Morris House: The Nation's First "Summer White House" Clivenden: Wounded Veteran of the Revolutionary War. The Story of How an Unknown British Soldier of the Battle of Germantown Regained His Identity -- pt. III. Archaeological Sites in the Surrounding Counties. 8. Bucks County. Pennsbury Manor: Penn's Archaeological Problem. Fallsington: "The Town Time Forgot" The Wynkoop House: A Modest Dutch Dwelling in the Hinterlands. Trevose, the Growden Mansion. 9. Montgomery County
  • Harriton: Witness to National and Personal Frustration. Graeme Park: From Malt House to Georgian Mansion. Hope Lodge: Of Legends and Uncertain Origins. The Peter Wentz Farmstead: Germanic Influence in the Delaware Valley. The Highlands: Social Stratification in Fort Washington. 10. Chester and Delaware Counties. The Printzhof: A Heavy Man with a Heavy Hand. The Morton Homestead and the Mortonson House: The Old Swedes at Home. The Grange: A Welsh Quaker Estate and Its Evolution. The Caleb Pusey House: A Durable Quaker Rustic. Ridley Creek State Park: The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation and Sycamore Mills. Waynesborough: The Estate of General "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Valley Forge: A National Icon Uncovered. The Barns-Brinton House: Archaeological Evidence of Old U.S. Route 1 -- pt. IV. Archaeological Perspectives. 11. A Retrospective View: Interpreting the. Evidence. Stratification and the Open Society. Sanitation and Health Care. Commerce and Industry. Deviant Behavior
  • Sporting Philadelphia. 12. A Prospective View: Directions for Future Research. Archaeological Resources of the Delaware River: Submerged Sites and. Shipwrecks. Transportation Networks. Industrial Sites. A Concluding Note on the Future of Philadelphia's Archaeology -- Appendix: Minor Archaeological Investigations in the Philadelphia Region
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxv, 524 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585191744
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44961780
  • (OCoLC)ocm44961780

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