Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise

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Abstract

This book, compiled by Chris Fennell for the Perspectives from Historical Archaeology series, includes an introduction that reviews the field and 23 articles selected from the Historical Archaeology Journal. The introduction, "Manufacturing Relationships in Industry, Craft, and Heritage," provides a summary of trends in the archaeology of craft and industrial enterprises over the past several decades, outlines ongoing development of theories, research questions, and interpretative frameworks, and provides an overview of the selected readings included in this volume. Industrial archaeology projects provide highly valuable contributions to scientific knowledge and heritage initiatives.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationGermantown, MD
PublisherSociety for Historical Archaeology
Number of pages448
ISBN (Print)9781939531254
StatePublished - Dec 2016

Publication series

NamePerspectives from Historical Archaeology
No.9

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Archaeology
Industrial enterprise
Heritage
Scientific knowledge
Industry
Manufacturing

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Fennell, C. (Ed.) (2016). Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise. (Perspectives from Historical Archaeology; No. 9). Germantown, MD: Society for Historical Archaeology.

Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise. / Fennell, Christopher (Editor).

Germantown, MD : Society for Historical Archaeology, 2016. 448 p. (Perspectives from Historical Archaeology; No. 9).

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Fennell, C (ed.) 2016, Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise. Perspectives from Historical Archaeology, no. 9, Society for Historical Archaeology, Germantown, MD.
Fennell C, (ed.). Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise. Germantown, MD: Society for Historical Archaeology, 2016. 448 p. (Perspectives from Historical Archaeology; 9).
Fennell, Christopher (Editor). / Investigations of Craft and Industrial Enterprise. Germantown, MD : Society for Historical Archaeology, 2016. 448 p. (Perspectives from Historical Archaeology; 9).
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