This Is The First Book To Focus On Archaeological Evidence From The Recent Past Related To Children, Childhood, And Adolescence Jane Baxter, A Foremost Authority On The Archaeology Of Historic American Childhood, Synthesizes The Growing Variety Of Ways Researchers Have Been Approaching The Topic, Guiding Readers Through An Abundance Of Current Data On The Experiences Of Children In American History Baxter Begins With A Historical Overview Of The Changing Views On Childrearing And Definitions Of Childhood From Colonial Times To The Present Next, She Examines Archaeological Studies Of Children From Household Environments, Including Farms, Plantations, Urban Settings, Industrial Communities, And Military Sites She Looks At Studies From Institutions Where Children Have Resided, Such As Orphanages, Poor Houses, Asylums, Japanese Internment Camps, And Indian Boarding Schools Additionally, Baxter Includes Research On Children Buried In Cemeteries, Showing What Their Skeletal Remains And Gravemarkers Can Reveal About The Importance Of Children In Past Communities Baxter Concludes By Featuring Studies Of Present Day Childhood, Pointing Out How Today S Physical Environments And Material Objects Reflect Ideas About Children That Come From A Long Historical Legacy She Argues That The History Of America Can Be Understood Through The Stories Of The Nation S Children And That With The Unique Insights Provided By Archaeological Evidence, These Stories Can Be Fully Told A Volume In The Series The American Experience In Archaeological Perspective, Edited By Michael S Nassaney
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- 208 pages
- The Archaeology of American Childhood and Adolescence
- Jane Eva Baxter
- 03 May 2017 Jane Eva Baxter