46: 2 (Fall 2007) Special Issue: Historical Archeology in Connecticut

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2007, Vol. 46, No. 2

Special Issue: Historical Archeology in Connecticut

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

Nick Bellantoni and David Poirier, “Hidden History: The Relationship of Archaeology to the Study of History”

Janet Woodruff, Gerald F. Sawyer, and Warren R. Perry, “How Archaeology Exposes the Nature of African Captivity and Freedom in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Connecticut”

Kenneth L. Feeler, “Digging in the Documents, Digging in the Dirt: The Historical Archeology of the Legendary Lighthouse Community”

Nicholas Bellantoni, Roger Thompson, David Cooke, Michael Park, and Cynthia Trayling, “The Life, Death, Archaeological Exhumation and Re-interment of Opukaha’ia (Henry Obookiah), 1792-1818”

Robert Gordon and Michael Raber, “Jared Eliot and Ironmaking in Colonial Connecticut: An Archaeological Study of the Eliot Ironworks Site in Killingworth”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2007, Vol. 46, No. 2

Special Issue: Historical Archeology in Connecticut

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

Nick Bellantoni and David Poirier, “Hidden History: The Relationship of Archaeology to the Study of History”

Janet Woodruff, Gerald F. Sawyer, and Warren R. Perry, “How Archaeology Exposes the Nature of African Captivity and Freedom in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Connecticut”

Kenneth L. Feeler, “Digging in the Documents, Digging in the Dirt: The Historical Archeology of the Legendary Lighthouse Community”

Nicholas Bellantoni, Roger Thompson, David Cooke, Michael Park, and Cynthia Trayling, “The Life, Death, Archaeological Exhumation and Re-interment of Opukaha’ia (Henry Obookiah), 1792-1818”

Robert Gordon and Michael Raber, “Jared Eliot and Ironmaking in Colonial Connecticut: An Archaeological Study of the Eliot Ironworks Site in Killingworth”

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The Connecticut Curriculum

Exhibition Reviews

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