Publications



“A Gentleman's Banyan, or the Best of Everything”, Historic New England v. 6 #3 Winter 2005/ Spring 2006 pp.6-7.

“Portraying the 18th Century Baby & Child”, Muzzleloader, vol XXX # 6 Jan/Feb 2004 pp.49-53

“Reenacting the Passover”, Muzzleloader, vol XXX # 1 March/April 2003 pp. 55-60

“What's in a Pocket?”, Historic New England v. 1 #4 Spring 2001 pp.6-8.   It is available online at: SPNEA.org

Fitting and Proper: 18th Century Clothing from the Collection of the Chester County Historical Society, Scurlock Publishing Company, Texarkana TX, 1999

“Babies in the Well: An Insight into Deviant Behavior in 18th Century Philadelphia”, In Remembrance: Archaeology and Death, ed. David Poirier & Nicholas Bellantoni, 1997

“The Invisible People: The Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace”, In Remembrance: Archaeology and Death, ed. David Poirier & Nicholas Bellantoni, 1997

“Babies in the Well: An Underground Insight into Deviant Behavior in 18th Century Philadelphia”, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography , v. 106 #2 1982

“The Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace Md: The Invisible People”, Maryland Archaeology, v. 17 #2, 1981

Archaeological Data Recovery at Catoctin Furnace Cemetery, Frederick County MD, with Ronald A. Thomas, on file Maryland Department of Transportation, 1981

Archaeological Investigations at Catoctin Furnace, Frederick County MD, with Ronald A. Thomas et al, on file Maryland Department of Transportation, 1980


On-line Publications

“Inside, Outside, In My Lady’s Chamber, An Analysis of an Eighteenth Century Woman’s Quilted Waistcoat” http://www.sallyqueenassociates.com/waistct.htm Also here.


Papers

"The Soldier's Wedding Gown: Deborah Sampson---Reconstructing a Dress, Reconstructing a Life", read at symposium "Peculiarly New England", Lexington MA, May 20, 2006.

“There's More Than One Way to Skin a Cap”, read at an Association of Living History, Farms, and Agricultural Museums conference, Connecticut Historical Society, March 22, 2003.

“Simply Sophisticated, An Open Robe of c. 1795”, read at Costume Society of America Region I meeting, 2000.

“William Buckley’s Banyan”, read at Costume Society of America Region I meeting, 1997

“Not Survival of the Fittest”, read at Tidy’s Clothing Symposium, 1997

“The Fruit of Our Labors, The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation Fruit Preservation Project”, read at annual meeting, Association for Living History Farms and Agricultural Museums, 1985

“Grammatical Modeling and Material Culture: Mid 18th Century Working Class Clothing as a Test Case”, read at annual meeting, Society for Historical Archaeology, 1984

“Occupational Dress as a Key to Status and Interaction among 18th Century Groups”, read at annual meeting, Society for Historical Archaeology, 1983

“Form, Fantasy and Fashion Plates, Changing Images of the Female Figure 1690-1982”, read at Drexel University, 1982

“Four-Footed Philadelphians: The Zooarchaeology of Historical Philadelphia”, read at annual meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, 1982

“Toward a More Holistic Perspective in Historic Sites Faunal Analysis”, read at annual meeting, Society for Historical Archaeology, 1982

“Human Infant Remains from an Eighteenth Century Philadelphia Trash Deposit”, read at annual meeting, Society for Historical Archaeology, 1977

“Animal Bones and the Social System-Man-Animal Relationships in Colonial Philadelphia”, read at annual meetings, Society for Historical Archaeology, 1976



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