Some books that have a slant toward Industrial/Historical Archaeology:
Palmer, M. Neaverson, P. 1998 'Industrial Archaeology - Principles and
Practice' London Routledge
Cossons, N. (ed) 2000 'Perspectives on Industrial Archaeology' London
Burton, A. 1977 'Industrial Archaeological Sites of Britain' London
Butler and Tanner
Newman, R. 2001 'The Historical Archaeology of Britain, c. 1540-1900'
Stroud Sutton Publishing
Morris, R. K. 2000 'The Archaeology of Buildings' Stroud Tempus
Hills, R. L. 1989 'Power from Steam' Cambridge Cambridge University
Hoover, H.C. & Hoover, L.H (trans.) 1950 'Georgius Agricola - De Re
Metallica' New York, Dover
Engels, F. 1892 'The Condition of the Working Class in England' Penguin
Just a few suggestions!
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> David Connolly
> Kevin Greene: Archaeology : An Introduction (Online) 4th Edition
> Peter Drewett 'Field Archaeology: An Introduction' (UCL Press; ISBN
> is probably the most comprehensive and useful book for teaching the
> practical aspects of Field Archaeology.
> Stephen Wass 'The Amateur Archaeologist' , Batsford 1992 (isbn - 0 7134
> 6896 3)
> for teaching the practical elements
> Collis, J 2001 Digging up the past (Sutton) 0 7509 2737 2
> Greene, K 2002 (4th ed.) Archaeology: an Introduction (Batsford) 0 415 23355
> McIntosh, J 1999 The Practical Archaeologist: How We Know What We Know
> About the Past (Thames & Hudson) 0 500 28181 5
> The Archaeology Coursebook: An Introduction to Study Skills, Topics, and
> The Archaeology Coursebook is an unrivalled guide to students studying
> archaeology for the first time. Comprehensive and user-friendly, it will
> interest pre-university students and teachers as well as undergraduates and
> Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice
> An introduction for students and enthusiasts of archaeology, expanded to
> incorporate advances in the field. Topics covered range from underwater
> methods to radiocarbon dating and 30 influential excavations are summarized.
> Modern techniques include DNA analysis and rock dating using chlorine 36.
> Nick Griffiths and Anne Jenner,with Christine Wilson 'The Drawing of
> Archaeological Finds' by has a large and comprehensive section on both the
> drawing of pot sherds and complete vessels.
> It details the conventions and processes in laymans terms and is good for
> both the professional and amateur illustrator. Archetype books publish it
> and there is an updated 2002 reprint. ISBN 1 873132 00 X
> Barker, P, Techniques of Archaeological Excavation, CUP 1996
> Renfrew and Bahn, Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice, Thames &
> Hudson 2000
> Bettes, F, Surveying for Archaeologists, Univ of Durham 1992
> Brown A, Fieldwork for Archaeologists and Local Historians, Batsford 1987
> Clark, A, Seeing Beneath the Soil, 1996 (geophysics surveying)
> Leach P. E. Surveying of Archaeological Sites
> Landscape Archaeology:
> BAR and CBA have monographs on landscape arch.,
> Pollard & Reynolds, Avebury: The Biography of a Landscape, Tempus 2002.
> Taylor, C, Fields in the English Landscape, from Dent's Archaeology in the
> Field series
> Stoddart S (ed), Landscapes from Antiquity, Antiquity Papers 1, 2000 (which
> also contains articles re survey techniques)
> Matthews, SK, Photography in Archaeology and Art, John Baker 1968
> John Hedgecoe, The New Manual of Photography, Dorling Kindersley, 2003