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Prisoners of war : archaeology, memory, and heritage of 19th- and 20th-century mass internment / Harold Mytum, Gilly Carr, editors.

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    Overview

    Series
    Contributions to global historical archaeology,
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Springer, [2013]
    ©2013
    Locale
    United States
    Europe
    Contents
    Prisoner of War Archaeology / Harold Mytum and Gilly Carr
    Artifacts of Internment: Archaeology and Interpretation at Two American Civil War Prisoner-of-War Sites / John H. Jameson
    Life and Death at the Florence Stockade, American Civil War, Prisoner of War Camp, South Carolina / Paul G. Avery and Patrick H. Garrow
    Johnson's Island US Civil War Military Prison / David R. Bush
    Norman Cross: Designing and Operating an Eighteenth-Century British Prisoner of War Camp / Harold Mytum and Naomi Hall
    Excavating the World War II Prisoner of War Camp at La Glacerie, Cherbourg, Normandy / Robert Early
    American, British, and French PoW Camps in Normandy, France (1944-1948). Which Role for Archaeology in the Memorial Process? / Valentin Schneider
    Stalag Luft III: The Archaeology of an Escaper's Camp / Peter Doyle, Jamie Pringle, and Lawrence E. Babits
    Reinforced Concrete, Steel and Slaves: Archaeological Studies of Prisoners of World War II in Norway
    The Case of Romsdal Peninsula / Marek E. Jasinski
    Materiality Matters: The Role of Things in Coping Strategies at Cunningham's Camp, Douglas During World War I / Harold Mytum
    "My Home Was the Area Around My Bed": Experiencing and Negotiating Space in Civilian Internment Camps in Germany, 1942-1945 / Gilly Carr
    A Tale of Two Towns: Heritage and Memory of Civilian Internment in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 1942-2012 / Gisela Rothenhäusler and Reinhold Adler
    Writing and Experiencing Internment: Rethinking Paul Jacobsthal's Internment Report in the Light of New Discoveries / Katharina Ulmschneider and Sally Crawford
    "Life in Manzanar Where There Is a Spring Breeze": Graffiti at a World War II Japanese American Internment Camp / Jeffery F. Burton and Mary M. Farrell
    Japanese-Style Ornamental Community Gardens at Manzanar Relocation Center / Ronald J. Beckwith
    An Archaeological and Ethnographic Examination of the Acquisition, Presence, and Consumption of Saké at Camp Amache, a World War II Japanese Internment Camp / Michelle A. Slaughter
    Perseverance and Prejudice: Maintaining Community in Amache, Colorado's World War II Japanese Internment Camp / Dana Ogo Shew and April Elizabeth Kamp-Whittaker
    Prisoner of War Archaeology in an Interdisciplinary Context / Harold Mytum.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Mytum, H. C., editor.
    Carr, Gillian, editor.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Prisoner of War Archaeology / Harold Mytum and Gilly Carr -- Artifacts of Internment: Archaeology and Interpretation at Two American Civil War Prisoner-of-War Sites / John H. Jameson -- Life and Death at the Florence Stockade, American Civil War, Prisoner of War Camp, South Carolina / Paul G. Avery and Patrick H. Garrow -- Johnson's Island US Civil War Military Prison / David R. Bush -- Norman Cross: Designing and Operating an Eighteenth-Century British Prisoner of War Camp / Harold Mytum and Naomi Hall -- Excavating the World War II Prisoner of War Camp at La Glacerie, Cherbourg, Normandy / Robert Early -- American, British, and French PoW Camps in Normandy, France (1944-1948). Which Role for Archaeology in the Memorial Process? / Valentin Schneider -- Stalag Luft III: The Archaeology of an Escaper's Camp / Peter Doyle, Jamie Pringle, and Lawrence E. Babits -- Reinforced Concrete, Steel and Slaves: Archaeological Studies of Prisoners of World War II in Norway--The Case of Romsdal Peninsula / Marek E. Jasinski -- Materiality Matters: The Role of Things in Coping Strategies at Cunningham's Camp, Douglas During World War I / Harold Mytum -- "My Home Was the Area Around My Bed": Experiencing and Negotiating Space in Civilian Internment Camps in Germany, 1942-1945 / Gilly Carr -- A Tale of Two Towns: Heritage and Memory of Civilian Internment in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 1942-2012 / Gisela Rothenhäusler and Reinhold Adler -- Writing and Experiencing Internment: Rethinking Paul Jacobsthal's Internment Report in the Light of New Discoveries / Katharina Ulmschneider and Sally Crawford -- "Life in Manzanar Where There Is a Spring Breeze": Graffiti at a World War II Japanese American Internment Camp / Jeffery F. Burton and Mary M. Farrell -- Japanese-Style Ornamental Community Gardens at Manzanar Relocation Center / Ronald J. Beckwith -- An Archaeological and Ethnographic Examination of the Acquisition, Presence, and Consumption of Saké at Camp Amache, a World War II Japanese Internment Camp / Michelle A. Slaughter -- Perseverance and Prejudice: Maintaining Community in Amache, Colorado's World War II Japanese Internment Camp / Dana Ogo Shew and April Elizabeth Kamp-Whittaker -- Prisoner of War Archaeology in an Interdisciplinary Context / Harold Mytum.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781461441656
    146144165X (acid-free paper)
    1461441668 (eBook)
    9781461441663 (eBook)
    Physical Description
    x, 341 pages : illustrations, some in color ; 24 cm.

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