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9-1-10-2.Out - Franciscan Missions, Colony Ross (Fort Ross)...

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1 Anthro 2 Reading: Deagan 91, Lightfoot 07 9/1/10 II. WHY STUDY ARCHAEOLOGY? 1. Study of Ancient History (Prehistory) 2. Study of Recent History – Historical Archaeology A. Selective Representation of Past – Excluded Pasts Africans and African-Americans – Kathleen Deagan Archaeology – can study both rich and poor – study of material culture of day-to-day lives B. Biases of Historical Record Earliest Written Accounts of Native Americans by Literate European Men – emphasize bizarre and strange customs – sometimes even intentionally distort the past Colonial California – Spanish and Russian Colonizers
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Unformatted text preview: Franciscan Missions, Colony Ross (Fort Ross) Used Native Californians as Laborers But Employ Different Policies and Practices Surprisingly Little Written about Native Workers And When Written Often Skewed or Biased Emphasize Primitiveness Archaeology provides Independent Data Set Can Help Democratize the Past Archaeology of Native Places in Colonial World C. Contemporary Perspective William Rathje Garbage Project i) Analyze garbage collections from households ii) Excavate Landfills 9 US cities...
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