By Paul A. Shackel
The authors during this assortment convey how the production of a collective reminiscence of hugely noticeable gadgets and landscapes is an ongoing fight, their meanings constantly being built, replaced, and challenged. The websites and emblems the authors deal with are nationally well-known and contain a stability of locations that remove darkness from category, ethnic, racial, and historic reports. targeting fabric tradition, they discover the tensions that exist between numerous groups--elite landowners, the nationwide Park carrier, preservationists, minority groups--who compete for keep an eye on over the translation of yank public background.
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Extra resources for Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape
Whitehaven, despite the handicap of a small, artificial harbor, soon took its place as one of England’s six largest ports outside of London (Collier 1991). While Jamestown may now be remembered as an isolated outpost where the nascent seeds of Americanness were sown, its seventeenth-century occupants remained blissfully unaware of their future, maintaining constant contact with England. Impressed by the model of Lowther and entrepreneurs of his ilk, developers in Jamestown attempted to replicate the success of the British towns.
At Jamestown, despite Herculean efforts to interpret the complex history of the site, visitors have only to step onto the property of the APVA to rub the bronze hands of the 1907 Pocahontas statue. Interpretation of the excavations sponsored by the APVA on the site of the original James Fort continues to emphasize the sanctity of the site because of its “early” nature (Kelso 1994, 1995, 1996; Kelso, Luccketti, and Straube 1997, 1998). Even preeminent historical archaeologist Ivor Noël-Hume waxed poetic over the opportunity to dig the First Fort: “Few archaeologists are privileged to excavate ground so close to the heart of a nation.
Blanton, Dennis, and Patricia Kandle 1997 The Archaeological Survey of Jamestown Island. Jamestown Archaeological Assessment Technical Report Series 2, submitted to and on file at Colonial National Historical Park, Jamestown, Virginia. Brannon, Nick, and Audrey J. Horning 1999 English Towns in Unfamiliar Landscapes: Seventeenth-Century Coleraine and Jamestown. Paper presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Salt Lake City, January 8. , III 1993 National Park Service Archaeological Assessment of Jamestown, Virginia: Research Plan, 1992–1994.
Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape by Paul A. Shackel