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By Eugenia W. Herbert, A. Bernard Knapp, Vincent C. Pigott
Social techniques to an commercial Past addresses the social problems with mining groups in study spanning a interval of 4,500 years. the amount considers subject matters that are fairly new to archaeology:
* the social context of production
* strength and labour exploitation
* imperialism and colonialism
* construction and know-how.
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Grundzüge einer systematischen Bergbaukunde für Vorund Frühgeschichte und Antike, Teil 1. A. Wagner (eds), Old World Archaeometallurgy, Der Anschnitt 7: 79–98. Bochum: Deutsches BergbauMuseum. Weisgerber, G. and Pernicka, E. (1995) Ore mining in prehistoric Europe: a short overview. Northover (eds), Prehistoric Gold in Europe, pp. 159–182. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Wylie, A. (1993) Invented lands/discovered pasts: the westward expansion of myth and history. Historical Archaeology 27(4): 1–19. Part I Historical archaeology Chapter 2 The fabric and structure of Australian mining settlements Peter Bell ABSTRACT There seem to be distinctive elements identifiable in the plans of towns and the forms of buildings that served the mining industry throughout the world in the nineteenth century.
But there are no descriptions of the Chinese in Victoria building culturally distinctive houses; only temples and clubhouses were built in the Chinese architectural tradition. However, this was to change in later decades. In the 1870s, a second phase of Chinese immigrants arrived on the mining fields of northern Australia, numerous and well organized. On the sparsely settled tropical goldfields they quickly came to dominate the population: at the 1876 census, the Palmer goldfield was 73% Chinese, and in the Northern Territory, the entire population was over 50% Chinese from 1879 to 1910 (Jones 1990:131).
Society for Historical Archaeology, Special Publication Series no. 6. Pleasant Hill, CA: SHA. ——(1992) The miner’s domestic household: perspectives from the American West. ), Towards a Social History of Mining in the 19th and 20th Centuries (International Mining History Congress, Bochum, 3–7 September 1989), pp. 180– 196. Munich: Beck. W. (1993) Iron, Gender, and Power: Rituals of Transformation in African Societies. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press. Heskel, D. C. (1980) An alternative sequence for the development of metallurgy: Tepe Yahya, Iran.
Social Approaches to an Industrial Past: The Archaeology and Anthropology of Mining by Eugenia W. Herbert, A. Bernard Knapp, Vincent C. Pigott