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Alameda-Stone Cemetery: Gendered artifacts part 1

Buttons, buckles, hooks and eyes are informative. As objects of personal adornment, they provide an opportunity to discuss, among other topics, mortuary practices including spatial organization within the cemetery, kinship groups, socioeconomics, eschatology, and folklore. These objects also have strong … Continue reading

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