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Historical Archaeology and Indigenous Collaboration

Discovering Histories That Have Futures

«“Excellent. . . . Based on archival research, oral history, and archaeological excavation and analyses of three sites centered around the Nipmuc people in southern New England, the text . . . tell[s] the stories of both the historical events and the work to understand them.”—Choice

“A rich and humanistic story of Nipmuc continuance in New England since the 1600s. . . . Offers an in-depth account of silenced regional histories in the heart of the American empire and gestures towards futurity as a major theoretical intervention for collaborative and decolonizing archaeologies.”—Historical Archaeology»

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Forlag
University Press of Florida
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780813080611
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«“Excellent. . . . Based on archival research, oral history, and archaeological excavation and analyses of three sites centered around the Nipmuc people in southern New England, the text . . . tell[s] the stories of both the historical events and the work to understand them.”—Choice

“A rich and humanistic story of Nipmuc continuance in New England since the 1600s. . . . Offers an in-depth account of silenced regional histories in the heart of the American empire and gestures towards futurity as a major theoretical intervention for collaborative and decolonizing archaeologies.”—Historical Archaeology»

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