IA Volume 31 to 40


Volume 39, Numbers 1 and 2, 2013

Published in 2016, back issues available.

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Foreword: Carl A. Zimring, Pratt Institute

Theme Issue: Industrial Archeology Of Industrial Waste

  • “It’s Not Time to Be Wasted: Identifying, Evaluating, and Appreciating Mine Wastes in Michigan’s Copper Country,” Sean M. Gohman
  • “The Archeology of Coal Ash: An Industrial-Urban Solid Waste at the Dawn of the Hydrocarbon Economy,” Samantha MacBride
  • “Nuisance, Source of Wealth, or Potentially Practical Material: Visions of Tailings in Idaho’s
  • Coeur d’Alene Mining District, 1888–2001,” Fredric L. Quivik
  • “The Rise and Fall of the Tacoma Arsenic Industry,” Lloyd B. Tepper and Jeffrey H. Tepper
  • “Infamous Past, Invisible Present: Searching for Bubbly Creek in the Twenty-First Century,” Carl A. Zimring and Michael A. Bryson
  • “’Junkyard Jamboree’: Hunting for Automotive Treasure in the Twentieth Century,” David N. Lucsko

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Published in 2015

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Published in December 2014

108pp


ARTICLES

  • “I trust there will be no failure . . .”: The Importance of Bricks and Brickmaking at the Adirondack Iron and Steel Company’s Upper Works by David P. Staley, Peter R. Mills, and Steven P. Lundblad . 5
  • Conspicuous Iron and the Cochituate Aqueduct Gatehouses: The Earliest Extant American Wrought-Iron Roof and Roof Trusses, and the Earliest Extant Cast-Iron Staircases for Public Use Dennis  by J. De Witt 27
  • The Cruttenden Carriage Works: The Development and Decline of Carriage Production in New Haven, Connecticut by Ben Ford . 55
  • The Material Significance of Carriage Drives to the Design of Central Park by Kevin Coffee . 75

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Published in July 2014

188pp

Theme Issue: IA in Montana

FOREWORD: BRIAN SHOVERS, MONTANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

ARTICLES

The Soviet Problem with Two “Unknowns:” How an American Architect and a Soviet Negotiator Jump-Started the Industrialization of Russia, Part II: Saul G. Bron by Sonia Melnikova-Raich

THEME ISSUE: INDUSTRIAL ARCHEOLOGY IN MONTANA

  • “A Wonderful Piece of Engineering”: The Point of Rocks Segment of the Mullan Road and the Milwaukee Road Railroad in Mineral County, Montana by Jon Axline
  • The Short Life of the Montana Smelter, a Custom Silver-Lead Smelter in Great Falls, 1889–1901 byMitzi Rossillon
  • Coloma Mining District: Gold Mining and Community in Western Montana’s Garnet Range by Marta Amelia Timmons and Kelly J. Dixon
  • From the Big Hole to Butte: The Origins and Evolution of a Rocky Mountain Municipal Water System by Brian Shovers
  • Underground Mine Maps & the Development of the Butte System at the Turn of the Twentieth Century by Eric Nystrom
  • Architects as Designers of Pre-World War II, Large-Scale Technological Systems: Edward W. Tanner and the Design of the Fort Peck Townsite by Fredric L. Quivik
  • From State-of-the-Art to Estate for the Arts: The Evolving Cultural Landscapes of the Western Clay Manufacturing Company & the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts by Patty Dean and Sharon Reid
  • Boom, Bust, and the Berkeley Pit: How Insiders and Outsiders Viewed the Mining Landscape of Butte, Montana by Brian Leech

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Published in April 2013

96pp

ARTICLES

  • Meeting the Challenge of a Renewable Energy Resource: Small-Scale Milling and Manufacturing in Southern New England by Robert B. Gordon and Michael S. Raber
  • Reinventing the Waterwheel: Rediscovering the Knowledge of a Mid-Nineteenth Century Millwright in New England by John P. Johnson
  • Electrifying Independence Valley: Mining and Hydroelectricity in Nevada’s Northeastern Frontier (1896–1920) by Christopher W. Merritt and Jacob N. Pollock
  •  The Soviet Problem with Two “Unknowns”: How an American Architect and a Soviet Negotiator
    Jump-Started the Industrialization of Russia, Part I: Albert Kahn by Sonia Melnikova-Raich

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Published in November 2012

104pp

ARTICLES

  • Data-Recovery Excavations at the Plaisance Plantation Sugarhouse, Louisiana by Joanne Ryan, Thurston H. G. Hahn, III, and Donald G. Hunter.
  • The Production and Negotiation of Working-Class Space and Place at Central Aguirre, Puerto Rico by Sam R. Sweitz
  • Industrial Mercurialism: Agricola to the Danbury Shakes by Lloyd B. Tepper
  • The Rise and Fall of the California Stamp: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on the Aging of a Technology by Paul J. White

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Published in August 2012

140pp

ARTICLES

  • Industrial Archaeology and the West Point Foundry by Patrick Martin
  • The West Point Foundry in Larger Perspective by Steven A. Walton
  • The Diary of the Setting-Out of the West Point Foundry by Gouverneur Kemble
  • Founding A Foundry: The Diary of the Setting-Out of the West Point Foundry, 1817 by Steven A. Walton
  • Using Maps to Aid Our Understanding of a Site’s History by Alicia B. Valentino
  • From Forest and Mine to Foundry and Cannons: An Archaeological Study of the Blast Furnace at the West Point Foundry by T. Arron Kotlensky
  • The Gun Foundry Recast by Dan Trepal
  • Housing A Foundry Community with a “Liberal And Philanthropic Spirit” by Elizabeth N. Hartnell
  • Two Seasons of Excavation at the 1865 Office Building at Scenic Hudson’s West Point Foundry Preserve by Timothy James Scarlett, Michael Deegan, and Renée Blackburn

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Published in 2011

188pp

ARTICLES

  • Industrial Archeology and Art: Negotiating the Past and Present by Betsy Fahlman
  • “Under a Spreading Chestnut-Tree”: The Blacksmith and His Forge in Nineteenth-Century American Art by James C. Boyles
  • Cropsey’s Paintings of the “Fog Company” and the Industrial Riverside of Hastings-on-Hudson by Kenneth W. Maddox
  • John White Alexander’s Industrial Lunettes for the Pennsylvania State Capitol: The Unfinished Story by Mary Anne Goley
  • From Mayville to Milwaukee: The Visual Culture of the Iron and Steel Industry in Southeastern Wisconsin by John H. Kopmeier, Jr.
  • Maria Martinez, Industrial Designer by Cody Hartley
  • The Town That Photography Built: Images from the Consolidation Coal Company Photograph Collection, 1911–1946 by Rosalind Shipley
  • From Monuments to Memory Sites: Representing Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Industry in Public Sculpture, 1855–2010 by Jadviga M. da Costa Nunes
  • Connecticut’s Tobacco Industry: Harold Barbour, Jack Delano, and the WPA by Cynthia Roznoy
  • Midwestern Images of Labor: Wisconsin Artists and Their Portrayal of Industry by James R. Kieselburg, II
  • Erich Mercker and “Technical Subjects”: Industrial Painting in the Eras of Weimar and Nazi Germany by Patrick J. Jung

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Published in 2011

84pp

ARTICLES

  • St. Andrew’s Caméré Curtain Bridge Dam, Lockport, Manitoba by Robert W. Passfield
  • The Historical Significance of Tailings and Slag: Industrial Waste as Cultural Resource by Fredric L. Quivik
  • Industrial Plumbism: Antiquity to Modern Times by Lloyd B. Tepper

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Published 2007

56pp.

ARTICLES

  • An Archaeological Survey of the Whiteport Cement Works by Dennis E. Howe
  • The Turnkey Factory: Technology Transfer from America to Spain in the Portland Cement Industry byJames Douet

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Published in 2008

80pp

ARTICLES

  • Towers for Telegrams: The Western Union Telegraph Company and the Emergence of Microwave Telecommunications Infrastructure by David S. Rotenstein
  • The Evolution of the Warren, or Triangular Truss by David Guise

REVIEW ARTICLE

  • Current Research on the Art of Industry-Artists at Work: Imaging Place, Work, and Process by Betsy Fahlman

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Published in 2008

100pp

ARTICLES

  • Troubled Waters: Timbisha Shoshone, Miners, and Dispossession at Warm Spring by Paul J.White
  • Industrial Archeology and Environmental Assessments by Michael Bernstein
  • Sugar Mills, Technology, and Environmental Change: A Case Study of Colonial Agro-Industrial Development in the Caribbean by Marco Menketti

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Published in 2007

76pp

ARTICLES

  • Evaluating Authenticity: Reconstructed Timber Swing Bridges by Robert W. Passfield
  • The F. & H. Benning Company Grinding Mill: A Case Study by Justine christianson
  • Trace Element Constraints on the Source of Silica Sand Used by the Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. (c. 1826-1 888), Massachusetts by J. Victor Owen, Katherine Irwin, Charles L. Flint, and John D. Greenough

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Published in 2006

64pp

ARTICLES

  • Extant Approach Spans of the Dunleith and Dubuque Bridge by Robert W. Jackson
  • Surplus Water, Hybrid Power Systems, and Industrial Expansion in Lowell by Patrick M. Malone
  • GPR and Archaeological Excavations at the West Point Foundry, New York by Charles T. Young and Kimberly Finch

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