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Bollwerk, Elizabeth A.

Perspectives on the Archaeology of Pipes, Tobacco and other Smoke Plants in the Ancient Americas

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Table of contents

1. Expanding Perspectives on the Archaeology of Pipes, Tobacco, and Other Smoke Plants in the Ancient Americas
Elizabeth A. Bollwerk, Shannon Tushingham

2. Smoking Pipes of Eastern North America
Sean M. Rafferty

3. Making Pipes and Social Persons at the Keffer Site: A Life History Approach
John L. Creese

4. An Examination of the Social Dynamics Behind Native Smoking Pipe Variation in the Late Woodland and Early Contact Period Middle Atlantic Region
Elizabeth A. Bollwerk

5. The Potential of Portable X-Ray Fluorescence for Understanding Trade and Exchange Dynamics in the Seventeenth Century Chesapeake: A Case Study Using Native American Tobacco Pipes from the James Fort Site, Virginia
Michael Ligman

6. Evolution of a Ritual: Pipes and Smoking in Etowah’s Realm
Dennis B. Blanton

7. Pipestone’s True Grit: Observations from Experimental Pipe-Making
Alison M. Hadley

8. Central Plains Tradition Smoking Pipes in the Glenwood Locality of Iowa: Within a Landscape of the Rising and Falling Sky
John Hedden

9. Aboriginal Use and Context of Pipes, Tobacco, and Smoking in Northwestern North America
Grant Keddie

10. Restoring Traditional Tobacco Knowledge: Health Implications and Risk Factors of Tobacco Use and Nicotine Addiction
Charles M. Snyder

11. History and Modern Use of Sacred Tobacco on the Central and Southern Oregon Coast
Patricia Whereat Phillips

12. Hunter-Gatherer Tobacco Smoking in Ancient North America: Current Chemical Evidence and a Framework for Future Studies
Shannon Tushingham, Jelmer W. Eerkens

13. Towards the Reconstruction of the Ritual Expressions of Societies of the Early Ceramic Period in Central Chile: Social and Cultural Contexts Associated with the Use of Smoking Pipes
María Teresa Planella, Carolina A. Belmar, Luciana D. Quiroz, Fernanda Falabella, Silvia K. Alfaro, Javier Echeverría, Hermann M. Niemeyer

14. Final Thoughts and Future Directions
Sean M. Rafferty

Keywords: Social Sciences, Archaeology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology
Page amount
276 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319235523
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-23551-6

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