Table of contents for The archaeology of ethnogenesis : race and sexuality in colonial San Francisco / Barbara L. Voss.

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Contents
List of Illustrations 000
List of Tables 000
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction 000
1. Ethnogenesis and the Archaeology of Identity 000
Part 1: Historical and Archaeological Contexts
2. Spanish-colonial San Francisco 000
3. From Casta to Californio, Part I: Who Lived at El 
Presidio de San Francisco? 000
4. From Casta to Californio, Part II: Social Identities in 
Late Spanish and Mexican-Era Alta California 000
5. From Artifacts to Ethnogenesis: Excavating El Presidio 
de San Francisco 000
Part 2: Spatial and Material Practices
6. Sites of Identification: Landscape 000
7. Structuring Structures: Architecture 000
8. Tradition and Taste: Ceramics 000
9. Consuming Practices: Foodways 000
10. Fashioning the Colonial Subject: Clothing 000
Conclusion 000
Appendix 000
References 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ethnology -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.
Sex role -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.
Ethnicity -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.
Social archaeology -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.
Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- History.
Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- Race relations.
Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- Social life and customs.
California -- History -- To 1846.