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Unformatted text preview: need to know) ii. Lack of some emic sources 1. So research oral histories a. Spacial interactions between spaces b. Time changes over time iii. Story Corps b. Art i. c. Interviews d. Linguistics i. Word comparisons and usage ii. Place names iii. Insights into history iv. Tells you about migrations/social interaction v. e. Archaeology i. Systematic landscape surveys ii. Systematic excavations at key sites iii. Land Surveys from the air iv. Excavations v. Artifacts vi. Environmental data vii. Architecture viii.Skeletons 1. Biological anthropology teeth example (marks show up on teeth if they were malnourished at one point) 2. Medical treatments f. Ecology g. Others 4) Why study ethnohistory a. Who controls/owns history? i. Powerful governments and individuals can influence it b. Many groups of people are left out and information is lost c. Achieve self awareness d. Acknowledges authority/power via knowledge e. Lessons from the past...
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