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Down Little Lon: An Introduction to the Casselden Place Archaeological Excavations, Melbourne

Richard Mackay, Justin McCarthy, Andrew Sneddon and Graham Wilson
International Journal of Historical Archaeology
Vol. 10, No. 4 (December 2006), pp. 305-316
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20853110
Page Count: 12
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Down Little Lon: An Introduction to the Casselden Place Archaeological Excavations, Melbourne
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Abstract

In 2002 Melbourne's Casselden Place excavation provided a window into the urban past opened by an innovative relationship between the development industry, heritage consultancy and La Trobe University. The project demonstrated that with the support of consent authorities and the co-operation of the development industry, collaborations between the academic world and heritage consultants could be highly successful. The Casselden Place Project made a significant contribution to the 'slum debate' in Australia and delivered an enhanced understanding of the cultural, social and scientific significance of an inner-city block, and shed new light on a notorious chapter in the city's history.

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