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The Archaeology of Villages in Eastern North America

The emergence of village societies out of hunter-gatherer groups profoundly transformed social relations in every part of the world where such communities formed. Drawing on the latest archaeological and historical evidence, this volume explores the development of villages in eastern North America from the Late Archaic period to the eighteenth century.            

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Known for My Work: African American Ethics from Slavery to Freedom

In Known for My Work, Lynda Morgan looks beyond slavery’s legacy of racial and economic inequality and counters the idea that slaves were unprepared for freedom. By examining African American social and intellectual thought, Morgan highlights how slaves built an ethos of "honest labor" and collective humanism. As moral economists, slaves and their descendants insisted that economic motives formed the foundation of their exploitation and made sophisticated arguments about the appropriate role of labor in a just and democratic society.

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The Circus Kings: Our Ringling Family Story

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Victims of Ireland's Great Famine: The Bioarchaeology of Mass Burials at Kilkenny Union Workhouse

By examining the physical conditions of inmates that might have contributed to their institutionalization, as well as to the resulting health consequences, Geber sheds new and unprecedented light on Ireland’s Great Hunger.

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The Spanish Convoy of 1750: Heaven's Hammer and International Diplomacy

The story of several vessels in a Spanish convoy wrecked by a hurricane along the Virginia/North Carolina coastline, the discovery of the wreckage of the convoy's flagship two and a half centuries later, and the legal battle over salvage rights.

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America's Fortress: A History of Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Florida Southern College

An architectural icon's vision for American education

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Broken Chains and Subverted Plans: Ethnicity, Race, and Commodities

Using two case studies from different frontier regions in nineteenth-century America, this book reveals how marginalized ethnic and racial communities resisted the attempts of governing officials and investors to control them through capitalist economic and government frameworks.

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Southern Character: Essays in Honor of Bertram Wyatt-Brown

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The Classic Cattleyas: Updated Second Edition

Cattleyas, first introduced in 1818, are the flowers whose form and color defined the essence of tropical orchids for generations to come. This helpful and informative book describes each classic Cattleya species in fascinating detail and includes all that is required to appreciate and grow cattleyas successfully.