THE COMET MINE: AN ENGENDERED STUDY OF VICTORIAN CONSUMPTION PRACTICES AND MATERIAL CULTURE ON A SMALL MINING LANDSCAPE
Year of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Department or School/College
Department of Anthropology
Richard Sattler, Maria Craig
Archaeology, Historical Archaeology, Mining, Gender, Victorian, Montana
University of Montana
The Comet mine is an early 20th-century, largely undocumented mining
community that existed along the periphery of the Coloma Mining District in the Garnet Range of western Montana. During the summer of 2010, archaeological excavations occurred at multiple features at the site. Through an analysis of cultural material found in deposits at the Comet, this study interprets the way in which patterns of refuse can reveal information about consumption behavior and evolving gender roles in mining communities in Montana, during late Victorian era.
Wendel, Ryan E., "THE COMET MINE: AN ENGENDERED STUDY OF VICTORIAN CONSUMPTION PRACTICES AND MATERIAL CULTURE ON A SMALL MINING LANDSCAPE" (2014). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 4377.
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