Interesting Papers from the Society for Historical Archaeology

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Interesting Papers from the Society for Historical Archaeology

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Post by keithker » Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:23 pm

While researching the "crimped steel question asked by @Mark (expired) I happened to find some more interesting papers.
The_Aluminum_Beverage_Can.pdf
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A_Brief_and_Condensed_History_of_the_Bee.pdf
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Evaluation_of_the_Functional_Performance.pdf
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Marketing_Milwaukee_Schlitz_and_the_Maki.pdf
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What_Can_This_Be_A_Practical_Workshop_on.pdf
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Victory_Culture_Archeological_Investigat.pdf
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Re: Interesting Papers from the Society for Historical Archaeology

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Post by buckeyerust » Wed Nov 07, 2018 7:32 am

I perused the Victory Culture paper, very scientific/interesting. I found a couple things interesting. first this block of crushed cans that they excavated: - who knows maybe the ones on the middle are still salvagable
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then towards the end of the report part was this pic of the crusher at work.. another photo says 1927. - wonder if they were still crushing t hem in the early can era
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here are some cans they found:
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And some reference material on the cans:
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THANKS, I enjoyed the read

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