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Title Uncovering identity in mortuary analysis : community-sensitive methods for identifying group affiliation in historical cemeteries / Michael P. Heilen, editor
Published Walnut Creek, Calif. : Left Coast Press ; Tuscon, Ariz. : SRI Press, ©2012
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Description 1 online resource (311 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series Statistical Research, Inc
Statistical Research, Inc
Contents List of Illustrations; Foreword by Roger Anyon; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Introduction, by Michael P. Heilen ; Chapter 2. Historic and Archaeological Overview for The Alameda-Stone Cemetery, by Michael P. Heilen, with contributions by Kristin J. Sewell; Chapter 3. Cultural Affinity, Identity, and Relatedness: Distinguishing Individuals and Cultural Groups, by Lynne Goldstein, Joseph T. Hefner, Kristin J. Sewell, and Michael P. Heilen
Chapter 4. Life, Death, and Dying in Southeastern Arizona, 1860-1880: Historical Accounts and Bioarchaeological Evidence, by Michael P. Heilen, Joseph T. Hefner, and Mitchell A. Keur; Chapter 5. Deathways and Tucson''s Living Population 1860-1880, by Kristin J. Sewell, Michael P. Heilen, and Lynne Goldstein; Chapter 6. Mortuary Synthesis, by Lynne Goldstein, Kristin J. Sewell, Michael P. Heilen, and Joseph T. Hefner; Chapter 7. The Alameda-Stone Cemetery and Mortuary Archaeology, by Lynne Goldstein
Chapter 8. Cemeteries, Consultation, Repatriation, Reburial, and Sacred Spaces Today, by Lynne Goldstein and Roger Anyon; References; Index; About the Authors
Summary This volume presents a sophisticated set of archival, forensic, and excavation methods to identify both individuals and group affiliations - cultural, religious, and organizational - in a multiethnic historical cemetery. Based on an extensive excavation project of more than 1,000 nineteenth-century burials in downtown Tucson, Arizona, the team of historians, archaeologists, biological anthropologists, and community researchers created an effective methodology for use at other historical-period sites. Comparisons made with other excavated cemeteries strengthens the power of this toolkit
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
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Subject Cemeteries -- Arizona -- Tucson -- History
Demographic archaeology -- Arizona -- Tucson
Ethnic groups -- Arizona -- Tucson
Ethnoarchaeology -- Arizona -- Tucson
Forensic anthropology -- Arizona -- Tucson
Forensic archaeology -- Arizona -- Tucson
Human remains (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Tucson
Antiquities.
Cemeteries.
Demographic archaeology.
Ethnic groups.
Ethnoarchaeology.
Forensic anthropology.
Forensic archaeology.
Human remains (Archaeology)
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Archaeology.
Tucson (Ariz.) -- Antiquities
Arizona -- Tucson.
Genre/Form Electronic books
History.
Form Electronic book
Author Heilen, Michael
ISBN 1611321859
9781611321852