A Survey of Historical Archeology in New England
Marley R. Brown III
SECTION I: ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE REPORTS
Historians in the Woods: Historical Archeology at the Clarke and Lake Site, Arrowsic, Maine.
James S. Leamon
Urban Process in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: an Archeological Perspective.
Steven R. Pendery
Archeological Investigations at the Grounds of the Henry Whitfield Site Historical Museum in Guilford, Connecticut.
Beverly Anderson, Sarah Langley, Abbie Morasky-Smith
The Line of Forts: Archeology of the Mid-Eighteenth Century on the Massachusetts Frontier.
Michael D. Coe
Doctor Williams’ Privy: Cultural Behavior as Reflected in Artifact Deposition at the Dr. Thomas Williams House, Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Brooke S. Blades
A Middlesex Farm: An Archeological Perspective from Rural Massachusetts.
William T. Brandon
The Excavation of the New England Glassworks in Temple, New Hampshire.
David R. Starbuck
SECTION II: HISTORICAL ARCHEOLOGY AND THE COMMUNITY
Fort Dummer: An Archeological Investigation of the First Permanent English Settlement in Vermont.
Walter L. Harrington
The Golden Ball Tavern, Weston, Massachusetts. Liberation Philosophy: The Golden Ball Tavern
Howard Gambrill, Jr.
Excavation of the East Ell.
Constance A. Crosby
The Richards Grant Project, Dover, Massachusetts: Defining and Redefining the Problems.
Robert M. Campbell, Electa W. Kane, Philip M. Pochon
Urban Archeology in Boston, Massachusetts. Archeology and the Museum of Afro American History.
Archeology Programs at the Museum of Afro American History: the African Meeting House and Dig Roxbury.
Beth Anne Bower
Historic Archeology and Preservation Legislation
David A. Poirier
Panel: The Future of Historical Archeology and its Relationship to Cultural Resource Management.
Moderator: Marley Brown III
Panelists: David R. Starbuck, Giovanna Neudorfer, David Poirier, Gary Hume, Suzanne Elliott, Roland W. Robbins
SECTION III: COMMENTARY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
New England Historical Archeology: the Response of a Historian
Charles E. Clark
Bibliography of New England Historical Archeology
Notes on Contributors
Photo and Illustration Credits