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Chapter 1. Introduction: In Search of Indigenous Voices in the Historical Archaeology of Colonial Encounters
Tiina Äikäs and Anna-Kaisa Salmi

Chapter 2. The Sounds of Colonization: An Examination of Bells at Point Pearce Aboriginal Mission Station/Burgiyana, South Australia
Madeline Fowler, Amy Roberts, and Lester-Irabinna Rigney

Chapter 3. Colonization, Sámi Sacred Sites and Religious Syncretism, c. AD 500–1800
Inga-Maria Mulk and Tim Bayliss-Smith

Chapter 4. Seeking the Indigenous Perspective: Colonial Interactions at Fort Saint Pierre, French Colonial Louisiane (1719–29)
LisaMarie Malischke

Chapter 5. Clockwork Porridge: An Archaeological Analysis of Everyday Life in the Early Mining Communities of Swedish Lapland in the Seventeenth Century
Risto Nurmi

Chapter 6. “Not on Bread but on Fish and By Hunting”: Food Culture in Early Modern Sápmi
Ritva Kylli, Anna-Kaisa Salmi, Tiina Äikäs and Sirpa Aalto

Chapter 7. Landscapes of Resilience at the Cut Bank Boarding School, Montana
William A. White and Brandi E. Bethke

Chapter 8. Conflicts in Memory and Heritage: Dakota Perspectives on Historic Fort Snelling, Minnesota
Katherine Hayes

Chapter 9. Discussion: Colonialism Past and Present: Archaeological Engagements and Entanglements
Carl-Gösta Ojala

Chapter 10. Perspectives on Indigenous Voices and Historical Archaeology
Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi

Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi


The Sound of Silence

Indigenous Perspectives on the Historical Archaeology of Colonialism

Edited by Tiina Äikäs and Anna-Kaisa Salmi
Afterword by Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi

236 pages, 35 illus., blbliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-329-5 Hb Published (September 2019)

eISBN 978-1-78920-330-1 eBook