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April 2005 Newsletter

For this month's online newsletter, we reproduce an online version of an article entitled Rediscovering New Philadelphia: Race and Racism on the Illinois Frontier, by Paul A. Shackel, Terrance J. Martin, Joy D. Beasley, and Tom Gwaltney. This article was published in Illinois Antiquity, Vol. 39, Issue 1, pp. 3-7 (March, 2004), and is presented here with permission from the Illinois Association for Advancement of Archaeology, which publishes Illinois Antiquity.



Rediscovering New Philadelphia:
Race and Racism on the Illinois Frontier

By Paul A. Shackel, Terrance J. Martin, Joy D. Beasley, and Tom Gwaltney

Figure 5, Large Scale Version


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Figure 5.   A distribution of domestic artifacts. The squares are doll parts, the hexagons are buttons, the triangles are curved glass, and the circles are ceramics. (Courtesy, HistArc Consultants, LLC).


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