Commentary on the History of Public Archaeology at Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
This commentary reflects on the ways Strawbery Banke Museum archaeology was affected by, and in turn, influenced the field of historical archaeology. It can be argued that in the late 1960s urban historical archaeology got its start in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The stories and narrative histories told in these articles are essential to the success of the Strawbery Banke archaeology program, as they reach to the heart of the importance the Portsmouth community attaches to this place. The process of community building has always been at work in Portsmouth and has been what makes Strawbery Banke the museum that it is today. The story of public archaeology and its development at Strawbery Banke discussed in these articles has been a key part of its institutional history.
Brown III, Marley R.
"Commentary on the History of Public Archaeology at Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, New Hampshire,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
49, Article 9.
Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol49/iss1/9