Rear cover notes: "Few sources before have dealt with the archaeology of black settlements outside the Atlantic seaboard and the southern states. This book describes in detail the archaeological investigations conducted at the townsite of Buxton, Iowa, a coal mining community inhabited by a significantly large population of blacks between 1900 and 1925. David Gradwohl and Nancy Osborn present the archaeology of Buxton from 'the ground up' to articulate the material remains with the data acquired from archival studies and oral history interviews. They also examine the broader significance of the Buxton experience in terms of those who lived there and their children and grandchildren who have heard about Buxton all their lives."
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