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

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Index

a
Agricola 231
agriculture and mining 15-16, 19, 48, 49, 149, 151
Akan regions, Ghana 142-6
alabarch (customs official) 271
Almyras; see Ayia Varvara Almyras
Alonso, A.M. 284
Amenemhat II, royal annals of 248-50
Amenemhat III 250
anthropology 2-19, 97-8, 99, 106, 207
anvil as Inuit ritual object 117, 118
archaeology:
gendered 17-18, 40, 60;
lack of in Arizona 186;
of mining community 13-15, 87-8, 94, 205-7;
social 18-19
Arizona:
corporate domination of 174-5, 181;
mining industry, race and class in 174-87;
1917 strikes in 184-5;
racial conflict in 175, 176, 178, 179;
statehood campaign in 181;
taxation policies in 183
Australia:
Chinese in 32-3, 45-6;
Cornish in 32;
gender and community structure in 39-55;
gold rush in 28;
mining settlements in 27-38;
tribal ochre miners in 218;
women in mining camps in 27-38, 39-55
Ayia Varvara Almyras226, 229-32;
artefacts from 232-4;
beneficiation at 231, 235;
cultural and historical context of 235-8;
miners in 232-5;
mining at 229-31, 235-6;
production, scale of at 232;
roasting ore 231, 235;
rock chambers at 232-3, 236;
smelting 231-32, 236;
women in 234-5

b
Baffin Island 109, 111
Ban Chiang Cultural Tradition, bronze in 205, 207, 222
basket chains, use of 217
Beit Arieh, I. 243
Bellagio Conference on the Archaeology and Anthropology of Mining xiii-xiv, 2-3, 281, 288
Bellamy, C.V. 146, 149
Best, George 110-15
Bir Umm Fawakhir, Egypt:
artefacts at 263-5;
context of 271-4;
description of 259-62;
Diodorus Siculus and 267-71;
mining at 259-74;
population of 260
Bir Umm Fawakhir Survey Project 259
Bisbee Deportation 185
Bogue, Allan 85
boom aspect of mining settlements 27, 29, 61, 63
Botallack Mine, Cornwall 169-70
Bourdieu, Pierre 87
Brodie, Alexander 180
Bronson, B. 6
Bronze Age, studies of copper mining in 191-3
Brooks, Allyson 83-4
brothel, as household type 71-4
Buckner, J.C. 292-3
Bunting, Jabez 162
burials, use of red ochre in 218
Burke, Gillian 172
Burra, Australia 30, 31, 32
Burton, John 215-17
business, hierarchichal spatial patterns of in mining towns 63
Butler, Jim 103
Butte, Montana, Irish in 85-6
Byrkit, James 176-82
Byzantine empire 271

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