The Resource Women of New France : Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project, Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology

Women of New France : Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project, Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology

Label
Women of New France : Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project
Title
Women of New France
Title remainder
Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project
Statement of responsibility
Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BAL
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • photographs
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
Series statement
Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project, Booklet Series, no. 1
Label
Women of New France : Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project, Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Fort St. Joseph ... was located in the third ward of the present city of Niles, Michigan."
  • "This project is funded by the Michigan Humanities Council."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 29)
Contents
Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project -- What was New France? : Struggle for a continent -- Intercolonial relations : Algonquian Society ; Iroquoian Society -- Metis Society -- The diversity of women's roles : Finding a wife in the Illinois country ; Women merchants and their other business ventures ; Women fur traders ; Diplomacy -- The social and legal status of women : Maids and matrons ; Wives and widows ; Religious vocation -- Women's domestic lives : Fiber arts ; Weaving ; Sewing -- Dressing up in the colony : Form and function ; Adorning the body -- Culture and cuisine : Open fire cooking ; On the table -- Music, dancing, and diversions : Music ; Dancing -- "To employ themselves to the best of their ability ..." : Religious life ; Literacy ; Education -- Degrees of freedom : Slavery ; Servitude -- Concluding thoughts
Control code
712050270
Extent
31 p.
Other physical details
ill., maps, photos.; 28 cm.
System control number
(OCoLC)712050270
Label
Women of New France : Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project, Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology
Publication
Note
  • "Fort St. Joseph ... was located in the third ward of the present city of Niles, Michigan."
  • "This project is funded by the Michigan Humanities Council."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 29)
Contents
Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project -- What was New France? : Struggle for a continent -- Intercolonial relations : Algonquian Society ; Iroquoian Society -- Metis Society -- The diversity of women's roles : Finding a wife in the Illinois country ; Women merchants and their other business ventures ; Women fur traders ; Diplomacy -- The social and legal status of women : Maids and matrons ; Wives and widows ; Religious vocation -- Women's domestic lives : Fiber arts ; Weaving ; Sewing -- Dressing up in the colony : Form and function ; Adorning the body -- Culture and cuisine : Open fire cooking ; On the table -- Music, dancing, and diversions : Music ; Dancing -- "To employ themselves to the best of their ability ..." : Religious life ; Literacy ; Education -- Degrees of freedom : Slavery ; Servitude -- Concluding thoughts
Control code
712050270
Extent
31 p.
Other physical details
ill., maps, photos.; 28 cm.
System control number
(OCoLC)712050270

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