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Introduction: The Long Shore. Perspectives on Maritime Cultural Landscapes
Marco Meniketti

Part I: Before the Invasion. The Indigenous Maritime World: Ancient Landscapes

Chapter 1. Marine Cultural Heritage, Landscapes, and the Human Dimension of Marine Ecosystems: Building Bridges Between Marine and Social Science: Chumash
Amy Gusick, Jillian Maloney, Todd Braje, Shannon Klotsko, Jon Erlandson, Luke Johnson

Chapter 2. Life at Tsiyiwi (CA-SLO-51/H), A Northern Chumash Maritime Community on the Pecho Coast of Central California
Terry Jones and Brian Codding

Chapter 3. The Drake’s Bay Historic and Archaeological District: Encounters at tamàl-húye
Mathew Russell

Part II: Immigrant Communities and Economies

Chapter 4. California’s Nineteenth Century Chinese Fisheries and the Dawn of Commercial Abalone Fishing
Todd Braje and Linda Bentz

Chapter 5. Feluccas on the San Francisco Bay: Italian Fishermen and the Meaning of Community and the Mediterranean Connection
Marco Meniketti

Chapter 6. A Case Study of the Portuguese and Shore Whaling Linking the Azores to California
Catherine Mistely, Karen Johannson, and Marco Meniketti

Part III: Opportunistic Industry and Enterprises

Chapter 7. Repurposing and Reusing Ships
Sheli Smith

Chapter 8. The Redwood Coast’s Doghole Ports: The Interplay Between Resource Extraction, Shipping, and Community
Deborah Marx and Denise Jaffke

Amy Gusick


The Long Shore

Archaeologies and Social Histories of Californias Maritime Cultural Landscapes

Edited by Marco Meniketti

236 pages, 32 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-865-2 Hb Published (February 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80073-866-9 eBook