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Adams, Eric
     1994 ''Religion and Freedom: Artifacts Indicate That African Culture Persisted
            Even in Slavery'' African-American Archaeology Summer 1-2 11

Agbe-Davies, Anna S.
      1995 ''African American Archaeology in the Public Eye''


Agorsah, E. Kofi
      ND ''Maroon Heritage as a New World Experience''


       1999 ''African Burial Systems and the African Diaspora''


       1994 ''Maroon Heritage: Archaeological Ethnographic and Historical
            Perspectives [Excerpts]'' Maroon Heritage: Archaeological Ethnographic
             and Historical Perspectives v-xviii
       1990 ''Ethnoarchaeology: the search for a self-corrective approach to the
            study of past human behaviour'' African Archaeological Review 189-208
             8

Allen, Peter S.
        1995 ''African Burial Ground Revisited: A first rate account of an historic
              excavation.'' Archaeology November/ December 87-88

Angel, J. Lawrence
       ND ''Early Colonial Skeletons at Carter's Grove [Ms. On file, Natl.
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       1980 ''Family Skeletons at Stratford Plantation [Ms. On file, Natl.
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       1978 ''Early Colonial Settlers in Virginia (Carter's Grove)'' Smithsonian
            Institute's National Anthropology Archives

       1976 ''Colonial to Modern Skeletal Change in the U.S.A.'' American Journal of
            Physical Anthropology 723-735 45

Annis, Darius A.
       1994 ''Notes from the Howard University Biological Anthropology
             Laboratory'' Update Fall 3 1 5


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Armstrong, Douglas V.
       1985 ''An Afro-Jamaican Slave Settlement: Archaeological Investigations at
            Drax Hall'' The The Archaeology of Slavery and Plantation Life 201-
            287

Armstrong, Patricia
       1991 ''Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Nails: An Analysis of
            the William Stewart Site [Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation,
            Monticello, Charlottesville, VA; Manuscript]''

Ascher, Robert and
       1971 ''Excavation of a Slave Cabin: Georgia, U.S.A.'' Historical Archaeology
            3-17 5

Askins, William V.
       1988 ''Sandy Ground: Historical Archaeology of Class and Ethnicity in a
              Nineteenth-Century Community on Staten Island [Ph.D. dissertation;
              Dept. of Anthropology, City University of New York, NY''
       1985 ''Material Culture and Expressions of Group Identity in Sandy Ground,
              New York'' American Archaeology 209-218 5 3

Aufderheide, Arthur C.,
       1981 ''Lead in Bone II: Skeletal-Lead Content as an Indicator of Lifetime Lead
              Ingestion and the Social Correlates in an Archaeological Population''
             American Journal of Physical Anthropology 285-291 55

Barry, Dan
        1999 ''Preserving a Buried Legacy: In Restoring Park, Digging Carefully Into
             Storied Past'' New York Times March 6 1 & 4

Bell, Edward L.
        ND ''The Historical Archaeology of Mortuary Behavior: Coffin Hardware
             from Uxbridge, Massachusetts'' Historical Archaeology 54-78 24

       1986 ''Historical Archaeology of Mortuary Behavior [Unpublished MA Thesis,
             Dept of Anthropology, Boston University, Boston, MA]''

Binford, Lewis R.
        1988 ''In Pursuit of the Past: Decoding the Archaeological Record'' In Pursuit
              of the Past: Decoding the Archaeological Record




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       1971 ''Mortuary Practices: Their Study and Their Potential [Edited by Brown]''
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Bingham, Alfred M.
      197? ''Squatter Settlements of Freed Slaves in New England'' Connecticut
             Historical Society Bulletin 73-78 41 3

Bingham, Lucretia
       2001 ''Hallowed Ground: An Investigation of Old Grave Sites in New England is
              Unearthing Hard Truths About Yankees and Slavery'' Smithsonian
             November 30-32
Blakely, Robert L. and
       1982 ''Bioarcheology in the Urban Context'' The Archeology of Urban
             America: The Search for Pattern and Process 175-207

Blakey, Michael L.
       2001 ''Bioarchaeology of the African Diaspora in the Americas: Its Origins and
             Scope'' Annual Revue of Anthropology 387-422 30

       1998 ''Beyond European Enlightenment: Toward a Critical and Humanistic
            Human Biology'' Building a New Biocultural Synthesis: Political-
            Economic Perspectives on Human Biology 379-405
       1997 ''Past Is Present: Comments On "In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for
            Public Participation in African-American Plantation Archaeology"''
            Historical Archaeology 140-145 31 3
       1996 ''Notes from the Howard University Biological Anthropology
            Laboratory'' Update Winter 3-7 1 10

       1990 ''American Nationality and Ethnicity in the Depicted Past'' The Politics
            of the Past 38-48

Blakey, Michael L. et al.
       1997 ''Dental Indicators of Fetal and Childhood Health in the Archaeological
             Remains of a Nineteenth Century African-American Community''
             Pathways to Success 177-193

Bograd, Mark D. and
      1997 ''The Interpretation of Slavery: Mount Vernon, Monticello, and Colonial
             Williamsburg'' Presenting Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths
             193-204



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Bolton, H. Carrington
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Bolton, H. Carrington and
        1892 ''Decoration of Negro Graves'' Journal of American Folklore January-
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Bonasera, Michael
      1998 ''African Burial Ground: Lithic Specimens'' February 26


Bower, Beth Anne
       1991 ''Material Culture in Boston: The Black Experience'' The Archaeology of
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Bower, Beth Anne and
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             American Community in Boston'' Archaeological Perspectives on
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       1978 ''Doing History and Material Culture'' Material Culture and the Study of
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Catts, Wade P. and
       1991 ''A Report of the Archaeological Investigations at the House of Thomas
             Cuff, a Free Black Laborer, 108 Cannon Street, Chestertown, Kent
             County, Maryland'' North American Archaeologist 155-81 12 2
Central Courier
       1996 ''CCSU's Perry digs deep into African Burial Ground Project'' Central
             Courier September 6

Chambers, Douglas B.
     1992 ''Afro-Virginian Root Cellars and African Roots? A Comment on the
           Need for a Moderate Afrocentric Approach'' African American
           Archaeology Spring 7-10 6




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Combes, John D.
     1974 ''Ethnography, Archaeology, and Burial Practices Among Coastal South
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Conner, Cynthia
      1989 '''Sleep on and Take Your Rest': Black Mortuary Behavior on the East
            Branch of the Cooper River, South Carolina [MA Thesis, Dept of
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Copes Tobacco Plant
      1895 ''The Pipes of Asia and Africa'' Smoke Room Booklets, 11           11


Corruccini, Robert S.,
       1987 ''Patterning of Skeletal Lead Content in Barbados Slaves'' Archaeometry
              233-239 29 2

Cowan-Ricks, Carrel
      1991 ''African-American Cemeteries: Historical Symbols [Paper presented at
            annual meeting of American Anthropological Assn., Chicago]''

Crist, T., C. Milne and M.
        ND ''African and African American Cemetery Archaeology in the New
               World''

Crist, Thomas A.J.
        1991 ''The Bone Chemical Analysis and Bioarchaeology of a Historic South
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              Archaeology, 18
Dallal, Diane
        1992 ''Clay Tobacco Pipes'' Archaeology in New York City 24-28 1


Daly, Michael
       1997 ''Brass Tacks of Slavery Revealed'' New York Daily News December 7
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Davidson, Tom
      1993 ''The First Africans in Virginia'' African-American Archaeology Summer
            4 11




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Davis, Wayne L.
       1973 ''Time and Space Considerations for Diagnostic Northern Plains Glass
            Trade Bead Types'' Historical Archaeology in Northwestern North
            America 3-52

Deagan, Kathleen
      1998 ''Rethinking Modern History: Historical Archaeology Has Critically
            Altered Our Understanding of Colonization, the Growth of Cities, and
            the Lives of Disenfranchised People'' Archaeology September/October

DeCorse, Christopher
      1998 ''African Historical Archaeology: Coastal Ghana'' Society for Historical
            Archaeology Newsletter 28-29 31 4

       1998 ''Culture Contact and Change in West Africa'' Studies in Culture Contact:
            Interaction, Culture Change and Archaeology 358-377

       1989 ''Review of Beads from West Africa Trade, Vols. 1-4, by John Picard and
            Ruth Picard'' Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers 96-98 1

DeCorse, Christopher R.
      ND ''Under the Castle Cannon: An Archaeological View of Africa-European
            Interaction on the Gold Coast, 1400-1900 AD'' Under the Castle
            Cannon: An Archaeological View of African-European Interaction on
      2001 ''West Africa during the Atlantic Slave Trade: Archeological
            Perspectives'' West Africa during the Atlantic Slave Trade: Archeological
             Perspectives
      1999 ''Oceans Apart: Africanist Perspectives of Diaspora Archaeology'' 'I,
            Too, Am America': Archaeological Studies of African-American Life
            132-155
      1998 ''Europeans in West Africa: Culture Contact, Continuity and Change''
            Transformations in Africa: Essays on Africa's Later Past 219-244

       1997 ''Historical Archaeology: Western African Historical Archaeology''
            Encyclopedia of Precolonial Africa: Archaeology, History, Languages,
            Cultures and Environments 545-549
       1996 ''Archaeological Perspectives of culture contact and trade in West
            Africa'' Aspects of African Archaeology 681-686




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       1994 ''West African Archaeology and the Atlantic Slave Trade [Paper
            presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American
            Anthropologists, Washington, DC]'' West African Archaeology and the
       1993 ''The Danes on the Gold Coast: culture change and the European
            presence'' African Archaeological Review 149-173 11

       1992 ''Culture contact, continuity, and change on the Gold Coast, AD 1400-
            1900'' African Archaeological Review 163-196 10

       1991 ''West African Archaeology and the Atlantic Slave Trade'' Slavery and
            Abolition September 92-96 12 2

       1989 ''An Archaeological Study of Elmina, Ghana: Trade and Culture Change
            on the Gold Coast between the 15th and 19th Century [PhD.
            Dissertation, Archaeology Program, University of California, Los
       1989 ''Beads as Chronological Indicators in West African Archaeology: A
            Reexamination'' Beads: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers 1

       1989 ''Material aspects of Limba, Yalunka and Kuranko ethnicity:
            archaeological research in northeastern Sierra Leone'' Archaeological
            Approaches to Cultural Identity

Deetz, James
       1977 ''In Small Things Forgotten: An Archaeology of Early American Life
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            Life
       1971 ''Man's Imprint From the Past: Readings in the Methods of Archaeology''
             Man's Imprint From the Past: Readings in the Methods of Archaeology

Denteh, A. C.
      1975 ''Ancient Burial Rituals of the Akan'' Legar Journal of Archaeological and
              Historical Studies 32-34 1

Dethlefsen, Edwin and
       1966 ''Death's Heads, Cherubs, and Willow Trees: Experimental Archaeology
             in Colonial Cemeteries'' American Antiquity 502-510 31 4

Dockall, Helen Danzeiser
       1974 ''An Overview of the Phillips Memorial Cemetery'' African-American
             Archaeology Summer 3-4 11




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Emerson, Matthew C.
      1999 ''African Inspirations in a New World Art and Artifact: Decorated
           Tobacco Pipes from the Chesapeake'' 'I, Too, Am America':
           Archaeological Studies of African-American Life 4-82
      1979 ''Afro-American Archaeology: Identifying Black Mortuary Customs in
           the American South [Honors Thesis, Brown University, Rhode Island]''

Epperson, Terrence W.
      1999 ''The Contested Commons: Archaeologies of Race, Repression, and
            Resistance in New York City'' Historical Archeologies of Capitalism 81-
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      1997 ''The Politics of 'Race' and Cultural Identity at the African Burial Ground
            Excavations, New York City'' World Archaeological Bulletin 108-117 7

Ferguson, Leland G.
      1999 ''The Cross Is a Magic Sign': Marks on Eighteenth-Century Bowls from
             South Carolina'' 'I, Too, Am America': Archaeological Studies of African-
             American Life 116-131

Fine, Jonathan
        1992 ''A Trip Into Black History'' New York Newsday September 9 24


Fisher, Charles and Karen
        1983 ''Glass Trade Beads from Waterford, New York'' Pennsylvania
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Fleischmann, Mark
       1992 ''Skeletal Material from Seville Slave Settlement, Jamaica''


Fox, Tracy Gordon
       1994 ''Find might be the remains of slave cabin'' Hartford Courant [Lexis-
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Fremmer, Ray
     1973 ''Dishes in Colonial Graves: Evidence from Jamaica'' Historical
           Archaeology 58-62

Garman, James C.
     1994 ''Viewing the Color Line Through the Material Culture of Death''
           Historical Archaeology Fall 74-93 28 3


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Garrow, Patrick H.
      1993 ''At Rest in the Arms of the Hopewell [Paper presented at Annual
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             On file, Garrow and Associates, Atlanta, GA]''

Geismar, Joan H.
      1982 ''The Archaeology of Social Disintegration in Skunk Hollow: A
            nineteenth-century rural black community'' Studies in Historical
            Archaeology

Goody, John Rankine
      1962 ''Death, Property, and the Ancestors: A Study of the Mortuary Customs
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Grant, Bradford C.
       1996 ''Accomodation and Resistance: The Built Environment and the African
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Grime, William E.
       1979 ''Ethno-Botany of the Black Americans'' Ethno-Botany of the Black
             Americans

Handler, Jerome S.
      1996 ''A Prone Burial from a Plantation Slave Cemetery in Barbados, West
             Indies: Possible Evidence for an African-type Witch or Other Negatively
              Viewed Person'' Historical Archaeology 76-86 30 3
      1995 ''African-Type Burial Newton Plantation Barbados'' African-American
             Archaeology Fall 15

       1994 ''Update #4: New York's African Burial Ground'' African-American
            Archaeology Winter 12
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Handler, Jerome S., A. C.
      1986 ''Lead Contact and Poisoning in Barbados Slaves: Historical, Chemical,
             and Biological Evidence'' Social Science History Winter 399-425 10 4

Handler, Jerome S.,
      1979 ''Carnelian Beads In Necklaces from a Slave Cemetery in Barbados, West
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Higman, Barry
      1988 ''Archaeology of Slavery'' Slavery and Abolition 85-92 9 1


Himelfarb, Elizabeth J.
       1999 ''Cover-Up at City Hall?'' Archaeology Online September/October 52 5
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Holl, Augustin F.C.
        2001 ''500 Years in the Cameroons: Making Sense of the Archeological
              Record'' West Africa during the Atlantic Slave Trade 152-178

       2000 ''Toward the Archaeology of Urban Slavery: The Spatial Analysis of the
            African Burial Ground ca. 1650-1796'' Department of Anthropology,
            University of California, ABG Report March

Howson, Jean
     1999 ''African Burial Ground Update: Status of the Archaeological
            Investigation'' Update Winter 2-4 2 9

       1999 ''African Burial Ground Update: Status of the Archaeological
            Investigation--Part 2'' Update Spring 3-4 2 10

       1992 ''The Foley Square Project: An 18th Century Cemetery in New York
            City'' African American Archaeology Spring 3-4 6

       1991 ''Analyzing colonial interpretations of nineteenth-century African-West
            Indian material culture'' Paper presented at the American
            Anthropological Association, Chicago November 20-25

Howson, Jean and Sherrill
     1991 ''Downtown excavation uncovers early black burial ground'' Through
            Black Eyes: Revisioning New York History November/ December 1 1



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Howson, Jean E.
     1990 ''Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of
            Plantation Slavery'' Historical Archaeology 78-91 24 4

Humphreys, A.J.B.
     1982 ''Cultural material From Burials on the Farn St. Clair, Douglas Area,
            Northern Cape'' South African Archaeological Bulletin 68-70 37 136

Jamieson, Ross W.
      1995 ''Material Culture and Social Death: African-American Burial Practices''
            Historical Archaeology 39-58 29 4

Janowitz, Meta
       1992 ''Ceramics'' Archaeology in New York City 29-33 1


John Milner Associates
      ND ''Ear Bobs, Ear Bangles, and/or Tinkling Cones [Fax]'' John Milner
             Associates

Johnson, Marion
      1982 ''Two Pottery Traditions in Southern Ghana'' Earthenware in Africa and
            Asia 208-217

Jones, Steven L.
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        1995 ''Slave Graves revealed: Amateur archeologist finds headstones on Salem
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Kelly, Kenneth G.
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Kelso, William M.
       1986 ''The Archaeology of Slave Life at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello: 'A
              Wolf by the Ears''' Journal of New World Archaeology 5-21 6 4

Khudabux, Mohamed
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           in Suriname'' Effects of Life Conditions on the Health of A Negro Slave
           Community in Suriname

Kroeber, A.L.
      1927 ''Disposal of the Dead'' American Anthropologist 308-315 29


Laird, Niven
        1993 ''Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia'' African-American Archaeology
             Summer 11

Lange, Frederick W. and
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            and Plantation Life 15-32

LaRoche, Cheryl J.
      1994 ''Beads from the African Burial Ground, New York City: A Preliminary
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LaRoche, Cheryl J., and
      1997 ''Seizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the New York Burial
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Lherisson, Camille
       1935 ''Diseases of the Peasants of Haiti'' American Journal of Public Health
             August 924-929 25 8

Mack, Mark E.
      1994 ''New York Burial Ground Project- From the Field to the Laboratory''
            African-American Archaeology Winter 12

       1994 ''Report on the Activities of the African Burial Ground Project Biological
             Anthropology Laboratory'' Update Spring 3-4,12 1 4




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Mack, Mark E. and
      1995 ''Notes… Recent Research Findings Concerning the African Burial
            Ground Population'' Update Fall 3 1 9

Mack, Mark E., E.G.
      1999 ''Toiling Through Our Troubles: Exploitation and Resistance of African
            New Yorker in the Eighteenth Century'' World Archaeological Congress
            4 January 10-14 1-21
      1999 ''Toiling Through Our Troubles: Exploitation and Resistance of African
            New Yorkers in the Eighteenth Century'' Howard University January 10-
            14 1-18

Maitland, Errol
       1996 ''WBAI (On-the-Air) Interview: Dr. Warren Perry'' WBAI Radio June 21


Manhein, Mary Huffman
      1987 ''Archaeological Testing of the Horton Family Cemetery'' Tennessee
            Anthropological Association Newsletter 1-5 12 2

Mann, Robert W., Lee
      1987 ''Description of Skeletal Remains from a Black Slave Cemetery From
            Montserrat, West Indies'' Annals of Carnegie Museum November 20
            319-337 56 19

Manzo, Kathleen
      1994 ''Unearthing the African American Past: Discoveries Point to Critical
            Need for Diversity in Anthropology'' Black Issues in Higher Education
            April 21 cover, 14-19 11 4

McCarthy, John P.
      1999 ''African-American Archaeology: Newsletter of the African-American
            Archaeology Network'' African-American Archaeology Early Winter
            26 http://www.newsouthassoc.com/newsletter26.html

McCarthy, John P.,
      1991 ''A Tale of Two City Cemeteries: The 19th Century Burial of the First
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McKee, Larry
      1992 ''The Ideals and Realities behind the Design and Use of 19th Century
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             Essays in Honor of James Deetz 195-214

McKillop, Heather
       1995 ''Recognizing Children's Graves in Nineteenth-Century Cemeteries:
             Excavations in St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard, Belleville, Ontario,
             Canada'' Historical Archaeology 77-99 29 2

Medford, E.G., W. Perry,
      2000 ''Historical and archaeological evidence of the origins of enslaved
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Meighan, Clement W.
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        1991 ''Teeth as Artifacts of Human Behavior: Intentional Mutilation and
             Accidental Modification'' Advances in Dental Anthropology 357-378

Morris, Alan G.
        1981 ''Some Thoughts on Double Burials'' South African Archaeological
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Nassaney, Michael S.
      1989 ''An epistemological enquiry into some archaeological and historical
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OPEI
       1999 ''Who's Who in the African Burial Ground Project'' Update Spring 10-12
            2 10

       1999 ''Who's Who in the African Burial Ground Project'' Update Winter 9 2 6



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Orser Jr., Charles E.
       1992 ''Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts , and
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       1992 ''Bibliography of Slave and Plantation Archaeology'' Slavery and
            Abolition 316-337 13 3

Owsley, Douglas W.
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             in Science: Papers in Honor of J. Lawrence Angel 6

Pagano, Daniel N.
      1992 ''How It Happens'' Archaeology in New York City 3-6 1


Parrington, Michael
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             Century Free Black Population in Philadephia, Pennsylvania'' A Life in
             Science: Papers in Honor of J. Lawrence Angel

Parrington, Michael and
       1986 ''Acculturation in an Urban Setting: The Archaeology of a Black
             Philadelphia Cemetery'' Expedition 55-62 28 1

Parrington, Michael,
       1989 ''The First African Baptist Church Cemetery: Bioarchaeology,
             Demography, and Acculturation of Early 19th Century Philadelphia
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Paynter, Robert
       1999 ''The Cult of Whiteness in New England'' November 1-31




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Pearce, Susan C.
       1995 ''Collective Amnesia, Knowledge Recovery: The Significance of the
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Pearson, Mike Parker
      2000 ''The Archaeology of Death and Burial'' The Archaeology of Death and
            Burial

Perry, Dr. Warren
        1996 ''New York City's African Burial Ground'' Africa Update Fall 7-8 3 4


Perry, Warren and Robert
       1999 ''Artifacts, Ethnicity and the Archaeology of African Americans'' 'I,
             Too, Am America': Archaeological Studies of African-American Life
             299-310

Perry, Warren Dr.
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             10 3 4 http://www.ccsu.edu/afstudy/fall96.html

Perry, Warren R.
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            Spring 3-5 2 6

       1997 ''Archaeology as Community Service: The African Burial Ground Project
            in New York City'' North American Dialogue September 1-5 2 1

Perry, Warren R., Ph.D.
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             February/March 1,3-5,14 2 2

Perry, Warren, Jean
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             Perspective''




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Perry, Warren, K.
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Posnansky, Merrick
       1994 ''Toward an Archaeology of the Black Diaspora'' Journal of Black Studies
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