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PUNCH HERE) Date Range: 1900-1980s Resources for dating: Description: Cylindrical can with double rolled end seams and side seams. Typically opened with knife or sometimes various can openers.
Lead soldered cap covering a filler hole in one end with a small soldered vent hole. Function: Milk or Fruits/Vegetables How to record: Don’t measure unless it is a milk can; instead note single serve if 5 inches in diameter. Date Range: mid 1800s-1920s Resources for dating: Description: Cylindrical can with stamped ends and a double side seam. Function: Milk How to record: Measure: to 1/16th of an inch (d x h) Note: side seam and soldering if any Note: embossing (i.e.The date ranges offered are generally accurate, but a number of archaeologists from regions outside of Arizona have been able to better refine Simonis’ with other can types and updated the date ranges for some of Simonis’ types (Reno 2012 and Kimball 2014).Online Sources: Asian American Comparative Collection (AACC) 2013 Artifact Illustrations.The workshop will focus on how to recognize the most common tin can types and how to identify their chronologically diagnostic characteristics.The workshop will also cover how to use data gathered from the analysis of tin cans to interpret a site.Solder was applied by hand to the side seam and ends of the can.
Hand soldering tends to be sloppy and extends from the top edge to the bottom edge of the can and is often visible around the ends of the can (Rock 1987:7).
Mills has assigned date ranges to four separate embossed Lipton Tea tin types based on her research of historical advertisements and tins which retain their lithography. Archaeological Research Services, Virginia City, NV. Sagstetter, Beth and Bill 1998 The Mining Camps Speak: A New Way to Explore the Ghost Towns of the American West. This is a fun book that covers all aspects of the archaeology of mining towns. The authors have also included a section on tin cans (pgs 226-240).
Keep in mind that the authors use “Hole-and-cap” where I use “hole-in-cap.” Simonis, Don 1997 Condensed/Evaporated Milk Cans: Chronology for Dating Historical Sites. This source offers a way to date milk cans based solely on their size.
This book is most useful when the beer can has legible lithography, but Martells also includes information for dating beer cans by the morphology of their side seam and pull tab. This article also contains numerous photos of beer cans and a beer can stylistic timeline. 2015 A Chronological Guide to Embossed Lipton Tea Tins. Sometimes you will need to sift through a lot of detail to get the date range you are seeking. Forest Service, Klamath National Forest, Yreka, California. I’ve found it to be less useful for dating cans from sites than Rock’s more detailed works, but it includes some terrific drawing of cans.
Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Fairbanks District Office. This two-page guide is pretty much what you would expect based on the title. Rock, Jim 1989a Tin Canisters: Their Identification. Rock, Jim 1989b Tin Canisters: Their Identification. Can Chronology has been published as a facsimile by Coyote Press. Lynn 1997 Making Camp Chinese Style: The Archaeology of a V&T Railroad Graders’ Camp, Carson City, Nevada. It is one recommended to me by Rob Mc Queen for background on Chinese cans.
Priscilla Wegars (volunteer curator), Asian American Comparative Collection, Laboratory of Anthropology, University of Idaho.