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(Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI)
At every stage from initial conception to final analysis, the greatest bulk of the work has been undertaken by the following student-scholars, in an honours course at McGill University entitled Archaeological Methods:
Dialogue with both supporters and critics is the fundament of sound scholarship. If you have inquiries or comments on the Dollarware Project, please feel free to email me, . I will be happy to pass on any comments or suggestions to the individual authors of research reports.
Many thanks to Prof. Michael Bisson, Rose Marie Stano, and James Savelle for providing and organizing funding for the purchase of dollarware and equipment. Thanks to Andre Costopoulos and all the students and faculty at the McGill archaeology laboratory for their patience with us over the duration of the project. Special thanks to Julia Pope for her design of the header and advice on other graphic elements of the site.
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