Social Approaches to an Industrial Past: The Archaeology and Anthropology of Mining

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3.1 The location of Dolly’s Creek 44
3.2 The study area at Dolly’s Creek 45
3.3 Ages of the population at Dolly’s Creek in 1861 46
3.4 Site plan of House C75 at Dolly’s Creek 51
3.5 Site plan of House C45 at Dolly’s Creek 53
4.1 An early street scene in the Ahaura gold-mining settlement, Napoleon Hill, west coast, South Island, New Zealand, 1866 62
5.1 Map showing locations of sites mentioned in the text 83
5.2 Photograph (c. 1910) of Reipetown, Nevada 91
5.3 Site map, Reipetown, showing superimposed 1907 town plan. 93
8.1 Map of the Toro and Nyoro kingdoms in Uganda during colonial times 126
9.1 Mining malachite in Katanga (1924) 143
9.2 Washing malachite ore in Katanga (1924) 144
9.3 Iron mining in Lopanzo, Zaïre (1989) 147
9.4 Iron mining in Banjeli, Togo (1985) 148
10.1 Cornish humour illustrated in the cartoons of Oswald Pryor (also 10.2 and 10.3) 164
12.1 Copper sources and known early Bronze Age/middle Bronze Age settlements in the Mitterberg copper production region of the Salzach valley 194
12.2 The exchange region of the Mitterberg mining region, showing documented contacts 195
12.3 View of the Klinglberg and its topographic location from the southwest 196
13.1 Map of major prehistoric sites in Southeast Asia and Thailand Archaeometallurgy Project study areas 206
13.2 Contour map of Phu Lon 208
13.3 The ore body at Phu Lon 209
13.4 View of the copper-mining area at Phu Lon 210
13.5 River cobble mining maul from Phu Lon 211
14.1 Map of Cyprus with sites mentioned in the text 228

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