An Appraisal of the Indigenous Acquisition of Contact-Era European Metal Objects in Southeastern North America View Full Text


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2018-03-19

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James B. Legg, Dennis B. Blanton, Charles R. Cobb, Steven D. Smith, Brad R. Lieb, Edmond A. Boudreaux

ABSTRACT

Investigations at two sites in southeastern North America have yielded an unanticipated abundance of European artifacts that largely date to the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries CE. On other sites in the region, such objects have been documented in mortuary and special-use contexts. However, the volume and provenience of these recent finds, many of which were recovered in apparently domestic loci, are suggestive of a more secular context than is typical. These assemblages indicate that, even in the early era of Contact, Native Americans had developed a variety of ways to obtain European goods that were equally important as gifting. Despite strides that are being made in research on European commodities in Indigenous contexts, comparative studies continue to be hampered by lack of consistency in recovery techniques. More... »

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81-102

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