The Archaeology of Maritime Landscapes

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-8209-4 (Print) 978-1-4419-8210-0 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-9

    Introduction

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    Pages 11-26

    Searching for Santarosae: Surveying Submerged Landscapes for Evidence of Paleocoastal Habitation Off California’s Northern Channel Islands

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    Pages 27-43

    Testing the Paleo-Maritime Hypothesis for Glacial Lake Iroquois: Implications for Changing Views of Past Culture and Technology

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    Pages 45-62

    Lake Ontario Paleoshorelines and Submerged Prehistoric Site Potential in the Great Lakes

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    Pages 63-80

    The Shoreline as a Bridge, Not a Boundary: Cognitive Maritime Landscapes of Lake Ontario

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    Pages 81-97

    Rock, Paper, Shipwreck! The Maritime Cultural Landscape of Thunder Bay

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    Pages 99-128

    Ship to Shore: Inuit, Early Europeans, and Maritime Landscapes in the Northern Gulf of St. Lawrence

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    Pages 129-146

    Temporal Changes in a Precontact and Contact Period Cultural Landscape Along the Southern Rhode Island Coast

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    Pages 147-162

    A Maritime Landscape of Old Navy Cove and Deadman’s Island

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    Pages 163-178

    Potential Contributions of a Maritime Cultural Landscape Approach to Submerged Prehistoric Resources, Northwestern Gulf of Mexico

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    Pages 179-194

    Modeling Maritime Culture: Galveston, Texas, in the Historic Period

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    Pages 195-216

    The Hidden World of the Maritime Maya: Lost Landscapes Along the North Coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico

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    Pages 217-232

    Material Culture and Maritime Identity: Identifying Maritime Subcultures Through Artifacts

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    Pages 233-245

    The “Richest River in the World”: The Maritime Cultural Landscape of the Mouth of the Río Chagres, Republica de Panamá

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    Pages 247-266

    US Shipbuilding Activities at American River, South Australia: Finding Significance of “Place” in the Maritime Cultural Landscape

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    Pages 267-289

    “What Do You Want to Catch?”: Exploring the Maritime Cultural Landscapes of the Queenscliff Fishing Community

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    Pages 291-310

    The Binary Relationship of Sea and Land

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    Pages 311-329

    Places of Special Meaning: Westerdahl’s Comet, “Agency,” and the Concept of the “Maritime Cultural Landscape”

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    Pages 331-344

    Conclusion: The Maritime Cultural Landscape Revisited

  21. Back Matter

    Pages 345-352