At home in the Illinois country : French colonial domestic site archaeology in the Midwest, 1730-1800

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Abstract

At Home in the Illinois Country begins with an overview of the French settlement of Illinois, an examination of the villages where sites have been investigated, and also new research into the origins of the French community of Peoria. The second part of the volume includes an in-depth examination of traditional French ceramics and an illustrated overview of the material culture affiliated with the sites of French households. Part Three presents detailed excavation reports and artifact analyses from recently investigated sites at the villages of Cahokia, Peoria, and Prairie du Rocher. Finally, Part Four revisits older excavations and collections for reference and comparative discussion. The result is an exhaustive resource for those interested in the archaeology of colonial North America.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationUrbana, Ill. :
PublisherIllinois State Archaeological Survey, University of Illinois,
StatePublished - 2011

Publication series

NameISAS Studies in Archaeology v. 9

Keywords

  • ISAS

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