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Janowitz, Meta F.

Tales of Gotham, Historical Archaeology, Ethnohistory and Microhistory of New York City

Janowitz, Meta F. - Tales of Gotham, Historical  Archaeology, Ethnohistory and Microhistory of New York City, ebook

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Table of contents

1. New Amsterdam: Americans and Europeans, Historical Background
Meta F. Janowitz, Diane Dallal

2. Penhawitz and Wampage and the Seventeenth-Century World They Dominated
Anne-Marie Cantwell

3. A Manhattan Hortus Medicus?: Healing Herbs in Seventeenth-Century New Amsterdam
Richard G. Schaefer

4. Dutch Women in an English Colony, Historical Background
Meta F. Janowitz, Diane Dallal

5. Sara Roelofse, Matron of New Amsterdam
Meta F. Janowitz

6. Maria and Alida: Two Dutch Women in the English Hudson Valley
Nan A. Rothschild

7. Ann Elizabeth Staats Schuyler, an Eighteenth-Century Woman Who Helped Shape Manhattan
Joan H. Geismar

8. Africans in New York, Historical Background
Meta F. Janowitz, Diane Dallal

9. The African Burial Ground in the Age of Revolution: A Landscape in Transition
Cheryl Janifer LaRoche

10. HW: Epitaph for a Working Man
Jean Howson

11. Finding Pinkster: The Ethnoarchaeology of Dancing in the Street
Kate Tarlow Morgan

12. Merchants Craftsmen and Working Men, Historical Background
Meta F. Janowitz, Diane Dallal

13. The Van Voorhis Family: Artisans in Post-Colonial New York City
Diana diZerega Wall

14. John Zuricher, Stone Cutter, and His Imprint on the Religious Landscape of Colonial New York
Sherene Baugher, Richard F. Veit

15. Wiert Valentine: Cartman of New York City Politics, Food and Drink in Early Republican New York
Charles D. Cheek

16. Evidence of Public Celebrations and Feasting: Politics and Agency in Late Eighteenth-Early Nineteenth Century New York
Marie-Lorraine Pipes

17. Place and Memory on the City Streets: The Revolutionary War Childhood of New York’s Artisan-Mayor, Stephen Allen
Wendy E. Harris

18. Public Life, Personal Grief: The Contrasting Existence of a Nineteenth Century New York Family
Elizabeth D. Meade, Rebecca L. White

19. Anthony Van Arsdale Winans: New York Merchant, and His Daughter—The Canary of Lago Maggiore

Diane Dallal

Keywords: Social Sciences, Archaeology, Anthropology, Regional and Cultural Studies

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
2013
Page amount
20 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781461452720

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