Soldiers, cities, and landscapes : papers in honor of Charles L. Fisher /
edited by Penelope Ballard Drooker and John P. Hart, [foreward by Charles E. Orser, Jr.].
Albany, N.Y. : New York State Museum, c2010.
xix, 295 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
1555572537 (pbk.), 9781555572532 (pbk.)
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Albany, N.Y. : New York State Museum, c2010.
1555572537 (pbk.)
9781555572532 (pbk.)
contents note
Foreword / Charles E. Orser, Jr. -- Remembrance / Karen Hartgen -- Preface / John P. Hart -- Program for the colloquium: Soldiers, cities, and landscapes, December 1, 2007 -- Charles L. Fisher Bibliography -- Soldiers, missionaries, merchants, and natives: The Canadian journeys of Louis Franquet / James L. Hart -- The Flat site--an eighteenth-century skirmish line? / Bruce B. Sterling -- Ticonderoga: French fort construction on the eighteenth-century frontier / Elise Manning-Sterling -- An overview and interpretation of the Fort Gage excavations at Lake George, 1975 / Paul R. Huey -- A tale of two middens / William A. Griswold and Tonya B. Largy -- Distressed for the want of provisions: Supplying the British soldier on Carleton Island (1778-1784) / Douglas J. Pippin -- Hart Tyles and histories: Dutch Bible tiles in eighteenth-century New York / Leslie E. Gerhauser -- "Once adorned with quaint Dutch tiles ...": A preliminary analysis of Delft tiles found in archaeological contexts and historical collections in the Upper Hudson Valley / Walter Richard Wheeler -- Stewart Dean: The archaeology of a pilot, privateer, and entrepreneur / Matthew Kirk -- Life in the hollow and the bowery: The archaeology of Albany's working class / Tracy Shaffer Miller -- New Amsterdam: The subordination of native space / Anne-Marie Cantwell and Diana diZerega Wall -- The Sundler sites: Reconstructing the late Pleistocene landscape and its people in the capital region of New York / James W. Bradley, Meredith Younge, and Andrew Kozlowski -- Connecticut Yankees on the New York frontier: The archqeological and historical records of the Olmsted site / Kevin Moody and Adam Luscir -- Out of the frying pan and into the fire: A Revolutionary War veteran on the Northern Frontier, 1796-1846 / J. W. Bouchard -- The landscape archaeology of the agrarian myth: Tenant-to-owner transition on a nineteenth-century Adirondack farmstead / Corey McQuinn -- A local industry reflects a local community--The Watts blacksmith shop / Martin Pickands.
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"Charles L. Fisher bibliography"--P. xviii.
Includes bibliographical references.

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