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A Bibliography on Commodity Flows and National Market Access

compiled by William Hampton Adams (bill.adams@flinders.edu.au)


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Adams, William Hampton
	1976a	Silcott, Washington: Ethnoarchaeology of a Rural American
		Community. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Department of
		Anthropology. Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Adams, William Hampton
	1976b	Trade Networks and Interaction Spheres^╦A View from
		Silcott. Historical Archaeology 10:99-112.

Adams, William Hampton
	1991	Trade Networks and Interaction Spheres^╦A View from
		Silcott. Approaches to Material Culture Research for
		Historical Archaeologists. edited by Lester A. Ross
		George L. Miller, Olive R. Jones, and Teresita Majewski,
		pp. 385-98. Society for Historical Archaeology,

Adams, William H., Peter M. Bowers, and Catherine M. Williams
	1997	Commodity Flow and Access to the Market. Historical
		Development of the Chena River Waterfront, Fairbanks,
		Alaska: An Archaeological Perspective. edited by Brian L.
		Gannon Peter M. Bowers, pp. Alaska Department of
		Transportation and Public Facilities, Fairbanks, AK.

Baugher-Perlin, Sherene
	1982	Analyzing Glass Bottles for Chronology, Function, and
		Trade Networks. Archaeology of Urban America: The Search
		for Pattern and Process. edited by Roy S. Dickens, pp.
		259-290. Studies in Historical Archaeology. Academic
		Press, New York, NY.

Brooks, Richard D.
	n.d.	Economic Networks and Ashley Plantation.

Cabak, Melanie A., and Mark D. Groover
	1993a	An Archaeological Analysis of Urban Economic History and
		Industrial Networks in Peoria, Illinois. Ohio Valley
		Historical Archaeology 10:17-30.

Cabak, Melanie A., and Mark D. Groover
	1993b	The Archaeology of Urban Economic History and Industrial
		Networks: An Example from Peoria, Illinois. Midwest
		Archaeological Research Center, Illinois State
		University, Normal, IL.

Campbell, Hannah
	1964	Why Did They Name It...? Fleet, New York, NY.

Carson, Gerald C.
	1965	The Old Country Store. Dutton, New York, NY.

Elliot, Suzanne W. [Spencer^╦Wood]
	1977	Historical Archaeology and the National Market: A Vermont
		Perspective 1795-1920. Unpublished Unpublished Ph.D.
		Dissertation, Department of . University of
		Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.

Groover, Mark D.
	1995	Archaeological Identification of Core-Periphery
		Industrial Networks in Knoxville, Tennessee: 1915-1955.
		Manuscript on file, Department of Anthropology,
		University of Tennessee,

Klein, Joel
	1973	Models and Hypothesis Testing in Historical Archaeology.
		Historical Archaeology 7:68-77.

LeeDecker, Charles H.
	1991	Historical Dimensions of Consumer Research. Historical
		Archaeology 25(2):30-45.

Miller, Daniel
	1987	Material Culture and Mass Consumption. Basil Blackwell,
		Oxford.

Orser, Charles E., Jr.
	1992	Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities,
		Artifacts, and Slave Plantations. Historical Archaeology
		26(3):95-104.

Pred, Allan
	1964	Toward a Typology of Manufacturing Flows. The
		Geographical Review 54:65^╦84.

Pred, Allan
	1970	Toward a Typology of Manufacturing Flows. Economic
		Geography: Selected Readings. edited by Fred E. Dohrs and
		Lawrence M. Sommers, pp. 267^╦86. Thomas Y. Crowell, New
		York, NY.

Riordan, Timothy B., and William Hampton Adams, Ed.
	1980	Economic Interaction. Waverly Plantation:
		Ethnoarchaeology of a Tenant Farming Community. National
		Technical Information Service, Washington, D.C.

Riordan, Timothy B., and William H. Adams
	1985	Commodity Flows and National Market Access.  Historical
		Archaeology 19(2):5-18.

Speulda, Lou Ann, and Gary C. Bowyer
	1996	Out in the Country: Archaeological Correlates of Rural
		Consumer Strategies. Northwest Anthropological
		Conference, Moscow, ID,

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