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French colonial archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean

Kenneth Goodley Kelly

French colonial archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean

by Kenneth Goodley Kelly

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Published by University Press of Florida in Gainesville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology and history,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Colonies,
  • French,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Kenneth G. Kelly and Meredith D. Hardy
    SeriesFlorida Museum of Natural History. Ripley P. Bullen series
    ContributionsFlorida Museum of Natural History
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF212 .F74 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25109007M
    ISBN 109780813036809
    LC Control Number2011011172

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French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series)Price: $   This book provides insights into their interactions with their English and Spanish rivals south of the border."—Charles Ewen, East Carolina University "The first collection of broadly multiregional and multidisciplinary archaeological studies addressing the French colonial experience in the southern United States and the : University Press of Florida.

French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean is a fine pick, much recommended for history, archaeology, and anthropology collections." --The Midwest Book Review "While the French colonial experience in Canada and the Great Lakes is well known, the French presence (which was extensive) in the American Southeast and Caribbean is not.

Buy This Book in Print summary This innovative collection of essays brings together archaeological research on French colonial sites from Maryland, South Carolina, the Gulf Coast and Lower Mississippi Valley, the Caribbean, and French Guiana to explore the nature of French by: 7.

Early --Colonial and Creole diets in eighteenth-century New Orleans / Elizabeth M. Scott, Shannon Lee Dawdy --Colonoware in Western colonial Louisiana: makers and meaning / David W. Morgan, Kevin C. MacDonald --Living on the edge: foodways and early expressions of Creole culture on the French colonial Gulf Coast frontier / Meredith D.

Hardy. Get this from a library. French colonial archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean. [Kenneth Goodley Kelly; Meredith D Hardy; Florida Museum of Natural History.;] -- The French colonial presence in the southern United States and Caribbean shaped the history and development of these regions in unique ways.

These case studies analyze and assess the French impact. French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean. likes. If you are interested in buying it, contact Ken Kelly directly for more info.

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At the Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology held in St. Louis, MO January, a symposium on French Colonial Archaeology of the Southeastern United States, Gulf Coast, and Caribbean.

Book review: Kenneth G. Kelly & Meredith D. Hardy (eds.) French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean. French interest in overseas colonization developed early in the sixteenth century, at first focusing primarily on the Americas newly discovered to Europeans (for a comprehensive overview, see Boucher, ).The archaeological discussion that follows this section is limited to that region, and more specifically to North America, where most French colonial archaeological research has so far.

"We are reminded that the Caribbean was a more complicated place than we usually imagine."--Kenneth G. Kelly, coeditor of French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean "These thirteen lucidly written case studies examine diverse communities, histories, and landscapes, demonstrating that the Caribbean offers historical archaeology a great deal more than the study of sugar and.

The Colonial Caribbean - by James A. Delle May Beckford, William () A Descriptive Account of the Island of Jamaica: With Remarks Upon the Cultivation of the Sugar-Cane, Throughout the Different Seasons of the Year, and Chiefly Considered in a Picturesque Point of View; Also, Observations and Reflections Upon What Would Probably Be the Consequences of an Abolition of the Slave-Trade.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen: French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean (Paperback) at "A refreshing and long-overdue perspective in historical archaeology that has the potential to provide new insights into the ways in which colonial relations were played out not just in the Colca Valley but elsewhere as well.

This is a groundbreaking book that will inspire historical archaeologists to systematically examine the broader social. “We are reminded that the Caribbean was a more complicated place than we usually imagine.”—Kenneth G. Kelly, coeditor of French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean Caribbean plantations and the forces that shaped them—slavery, sugar, capitalism, and the tropical, sometimes deadly environment—have been studied s: 1.

Kelly, Hardy: French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean, Kimura: Archaeology of East Asian Shipbuilding, Klaus, Harvey et al: Bones of Complexity, Knudson, Stojanowski: Bioarchaeology and Identity in the Americas,   SPECIAL PUBLICATION NUMBER 1: Historical Archaeology in the French Caribbean, edited by Kenneth G.

Kelly () Historical Archaeology in the French Caribbean: An Introduction to a Special Volume of the Journal of Caribbean Archaeology (Kenneth G.

Kelly) Fortifications Militaires de Martinique, (Laurence Verrand). Taboui no. 1, Caribbean Archaeology Series. Leiden, NL, Sidestone Press. Kelly, Kenneth G. and Meredith D. Hardy, eds. French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean. Gainesville, University Presses of Florida. pages.

Referred Articles and Chapters. shadowed the potentially valuable findings from the French Caribbean. As a scholarly work, French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean achieves Kelly and Hardys goal of tracing "dynamism and diversity, contact and change, hybridity, and adaptation" (p.

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Free shipping for many products!Kenneth G. Kelly & Meredith D. Hardy (eds.)French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and ville: University Press of Florida, vii + pp. (Cloth US$) In: New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids.The book is an excellent complement to the increasingly rich historiography of colonial Vietnam.

Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French.