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Double Consciousness and the Intersections of Beliefs in an African American Home in Northern New Jersey

Springate, Megan

Historical Archaeology, 2014, Vol.48(3), pp.125-143 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Double Consciousness and the Intersections of Beliefs in an African American Home in Northern New Jersey
  • Autor: Springate, Megan
  • É parte de: Historical Archaeology, 2014, Vol.48(3), pp.125-143
  • Descrição: Archaeological investigations at a house in northwestern New Jersey, owned by a free African American family from 1862 to 1909, identified at least one ritual deposit within the structure. A concealed iron hoe blade was found in the liminal space between the first-story ceiling and the second-story floor, next to the former location of the chimney of the household’s cast-iron stove. Two other possible ritual concealments—a shoe and a brass locket—ere also found within the structure. This article addresses facets of Christian and folk religious beliefs and practices of an African American family living in a predominantly European American neighborhood in the late 19th century.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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