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Author Name:    ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS BEAUDET, Pierre R. HARRIS, Jane E. History and Archaeology, number 45

Title:   Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island[and] Bottle Glass from a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [ and] Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia

Publisher:    National Parks and Historic Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Hull, 1981, ISBN:0660107341 

Seller ID:   98131

ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS. Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island [and] Bottle Glassfrom a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [and] Glassware Exca vated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia. (Hull, Quebec): National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, 1981. Pp. (2),[3]-206,(2). Illustrated in black and white. 4to, brown card covers with orange lettering to front and spine. History and Archaeology, number 45. Alyluia's "Eighteenth-Century Container Glass" (pp. 3-82): "The 18th-century container glass from the Roma site has been divided into three main categories: [...] 1. utilitarian blue-green containers of the wood-burning tradition, 2. darkgreen liquor bottles of the French coal-burning tradition and 3. 'black' g lass liquor bottles of the English coal-burning tradition." - from the abstract. Beaudet's "Bottle Glass from a Privy" (pp. 83-122): "Sixty significant bottle glass artifacts were excavated from the large privy constructed in1835 at the rear of the commandant's quarters at Fort George Military Rese rve. They included numerous types of liquor bottles, egg-shaped soft drink bottles, oil and sauce containers, medicine vials and panelled rectangular bottles." - from the abstract. Harris's "Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne" (pp. 123-203): "The archaeological work at Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, from 1962 to 1969 returned approximately 300 identifiable fragments of glassware. These fragments were mainly liquor bottles, but also included food storage bottles, medicine bottles and tableware dating from the late 17th to the early 20th century." - from the abstract. Covers rubbed, spine creasing, else good. 50.00


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