- Title Pages
- Introduction: Children in Prehistory
1Death and the Special Child
3Chinchorro Mortuary Practices on Infants
4The “Other” Burials at Torre de Palma
5The Bioarchaeology of the Homicide of Infants and Children
6Sense or Sensationalism?
7A Disciplined Childhood in Nineteenth-Century New York City
8Childhood, Colonialism, and Nation-Building
9Little Helping Hands
10Children of the Working Class
12Tracing Tiwanaku Childhoods
- Conclusion: Little Bodies, Big Voices
Bioarchaeological Investigations of Early Lives in Antiquity
- Tracing Childhood
- University Press of Florida
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