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0000 0000 8368 2991
Name: 
Shackel, Paul
Shackel, Paul A.
Dates: 
1959-
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cre
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Chambers, Erve
ebrary, Inc
Little, Barbara J.
Mortensen, Lena
Moyer, Teresa S. (1976-)
Nassaney, Michael S.
Ravenhorst, John W.
Regional Archeology Program (U.S.)
Smith, Laurajane
State University of New York at Buffalo
Warner, Mark S.
Young-Ravenhorst, Cari
Titles: 
Ancestors of worthy life : plantation slavery and black heritage at Mount Clare
Archaeology and Created Memory Public History in a National Park
Archaeology, heritage, and civic engagement : working toward the public good
archaeology of American labor and working-class life, The
Archeological overview and assessment and identification and evaluation study of the Best Farm, Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
Archeological views of the upper Wager Block, a domestic and commercial neighborhood in Harpers Ferry
Culture change and the new technology : an archaeology of the early American industrial era
Domestic responses to nineteenth-century industrialization an archeology of park building 48, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Ethnographies and archaeologies : iterations of the past
Heritage, labour, and the working classes
historical archaeology of personal discipline, A
Historical archaeology of the Chesapeake
Interdisciplinary investigations of domestic life in government block B : perspectives on Harpers Ferry's armory and commercial district
Meanings and uses of material culture
Memory in black and white race, commemoration, and the post-bellum landscape
Myth, memory, and the making of the American landscape
New Philadelphia an archaeology of race in the heartland
Personal discipline and material culture : an archaeology of Annapolis, Maryland, 1695-1870
Places in mind public archaeology as applied anthropology
Slavery behind the wall : an archaeology of a Cuban coffee plantation
they worked regular”: craft, labor, family and the archaeology of an industrial community
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Thesis (Ph.D.)--State University of New York at Buffalo, 1987
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