Amérique du Nord.

 

  1. Abbot Patrick, (1996), American Indian and Alaska native aboriginal use of alcohol in the United States. spauthor.oit.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/PublicHealth/research/centers/CAIANH/journal/Documents/Volume%207/7(2)_Abbott_Use_of_Alcohol_1-13.pdf
    • Une très bonne compilation récente sur le sujet. Depuis, quelques découvertes archéologiques ont montré que les Amérindiens brassaient de la bière avant l'arrivée des Européens en Amérique du Nord (Borek 2007, Crown 2018).
  2. Arnold John P. 1911, Origin and History of Beer and Brewing. From prehistoric times to the beginning of brewing science and technology. Alumni Association of the Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermentation, Chicago.
    • La majeure partie de cet essai porte sur la brasserie américaine. Vision de l'histoire globale de la bière quelque peu dépassée.
  3. Arnold John P., Penman Frank 1933, History of the Brewing Industry and Brewing Science in America. Chicago.
    • Complète l'ouvrage de 1911 et célèbre le triomphe de l'industrie brassicole américaine.
  4. Baron Stanley 1962, Brewed in America. The History of Beer and Ale in the United States. Boston, Toronto.
  5. Blitz John 1993, Big Pots for Big Shots: Feasting and Storage in a Mississippian Community, American Antiquity 58, 80:96.
  6. Borek Theodore, Mowry Curtis, Dean Glenna (2007), Analysis of Modern and Ancient Artifacts for the Presence of Corn Beer. https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1426999-analysis-modern-ancient-artifacts-presence-corn-beer-dynamic-headspace-testing-pottery-sherds-from-mexico-new-mexico
    • L'une des premières analyses de résidus de bière archaïque brassée par les Amérindiens du Sud-ouest américain. Pas un mince résultat. Il prouve que les Amérindiens d'Amérique du Nord brassaient de la bière vers le 10ème siècle, avant les premiers contacts avec les Européens.
  7. Cherrington, E. H. (1925). Aborigines of North America. In E. H. Cherrington (Ed.), Standard Encyclopedia of the Alcohol Problem, Vol. 1 (pp. 3-42). https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015027587719&view=1up&seq=25
  8. Cobbett William 1833, Cottage economy containing information relative to the brewing of beer ... to which is added The poor man's friend .... New-York.
  9. Coxe Stevenson Matilda (1908), Ethnobotany of the Zuňi Indians, Bureau of American Ethnology, Thirtieth Annual Report. https://repository.si.edu/handle/10088/91736
  10. Crown Patricia, Hurst Jeffrey (2009), Evidence of cacao use in the Prehispanic American Southwest. PNAS 2009. https://www.pnas.org/content/106/7/2110?ijkey=fecbb732ae76e36f3bd6e830a1b9e45088c57c93&keytype2=tf_ipsecsha
  11. Crown Patricia (2012), Emerson Thomas, Jiyan Gu, Hurst Jeffrey, Pauketat Timothy, Ward Timothy, Ritual Black Drink consumption at Cahokia - PNAS 2012 https://www.pnas.org/content/109/35/13944.full
  12. Crown Patricia & al. (2015), Ritual drinks in the pre-Hispanic US Southwest and Mexican Northwest. PNAS 2015. https://www.pnas.org/content/112/37/11436
  13. Crown Patricia (2018), Drinking performance and politics in pueblo-bonito-chaco canyon. American Antiquity 83(3). cambridge.org/core/journals/american-antiquity/article/drinking-performance-and-politics-in-pueblo-bonito-chaco-canyon/93DD2435534981109BA080C393D452EF
    • L'analyse et la chronologie des formes de récipients à boire montre que vers le 12ème siècle, le rôle de la bière devient plus important.
  14. Devereux, G. (1948), The function of alcohol in Mohave society. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 9, 207-251. https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/The-function-of-alcohol-in-Mohave-society.-Devereux/e94f0959974c93bdfadc6375a7c1e52ba8ec7a66
  15. Durzan don J. 2009, Arginine, scurvy and Cartier's 'tree of life' Spruce Beer, Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine   Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 5.
  16. Fahey David M.2009, Old-Time Breweries: Academic and Breweriana Historians, OhioHistory 116, 101:121.
  17. Ferland Catherine 2005, De la bière et des hommes. Culture matérielle et aspects socioculturels de la brasserie au Canada (17e-18e siècles) (archives), Terrains & Travaux 2005/2, N° 9, 32:50.
  18. Havard Valery (1896), Drink Plants of the North American Indians. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, Vol. 23 Feb. 29. http://www.jstor.com/stable/2478422
    • L'une des premières compilations sur les traditions brassicoles des Indiens  d'Amérique du Nord.  On croyait au 19ème siècle que les Indiens avaient découvert les boissons fermentées grâce aux Européens !
  19. Heidegger Stack Martin 1998, Liquid Bread: an Examination of the American Brewing Industry, 1865-1940. PhD Notre Dame, Indiana.
  20. Hrdlička Aleš (1904), Method of preparing tesvino among the White River Apaches. American Anthropology, 6, 190-191. jstor.org/stable/659308?seq=1#metadata_info_tab_contents
  21. Hrdlička Aleš, Physiological and Medical Observations among the Indians of Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico (Bulletin, Bureau of American Ethnology, No. 34, 1908), 26-29. library.si.edu/digital-library/book/bulletin341908smit
  22. Izumi Ishi 2003, Alcohol and Politics in the Cherokee Nation before Removal, Ethnohistory 50(4), 671:695.
  23. Jones Olive R. 1986, Cylindrical English Wine and Beer Bottles 1735-1850, National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Environment Canada-Parks, Ottawa.
  24. Kalm Pehr 1751, Pehr Kalm's Description of Spruce Beer, translated by Esther Louise Larsen, Agricultural History 22(3) 1948, 142:143.
    • Article en suédois publié en 1751 par la Kongl. Svenska Academien, Handlingar, 12 (1751), et traduit par L. Larsen. Kalm décrit dans le détail les méthodes amérindienne, française et anglaise. Où l'on apprend que la spruce beer n'a jamais été une bière, mais une décoction fermentée de brindilles d'épinette et de sucre.
  25. Knight Vernon James 2001, Feasting and the Emergence of Platform Mound Ceremonialism in Eastern North America, In Feasts: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Food, Politics, and Power, M. Dietler and B. Hayden (ed.), Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 311:333.
  26. Lockhart Bill 2001, The Beer Bottles and Breweries at Fort Stanton, New Mexico.
    • La micro-histoire des brasseurs de Fort Stanton rejoint, à partir de 1866, la grande révolution de la brasserie. Des bouteilles de bières jetées par milliers à l'époque dans des décharges témoignent de ces bouleversemets : les lignes de chemins de fer, la mise en bouteille, la production de masse, l'avènement des marques commerciales,  etc.
  27. Madsen William 1964, The Alcoholic Agringado, American Anthropologist 66(2), 355:361.
  28. Mancall Peter C. 1995, Deadly Medecine. Indians and Alcohol in Early America. Cornell University, New York.
  29. Musson Robert A. 2011, Brewing Beer Since 1829. A pictorial saga of the D. G. Yuengling & Son Brewing Company in Pottsville, Pennsylvania (2nd edition). Zeep Publications, Ohio, USA.
  30. Olsen Stanley J. 1965,Liquor Bottles from Florida Military Sites, American Antiquity 31(1), 105:107.
  31. Pauketat T., Kelly L., Fritz G., Lopinot N., Elias S., Hargrave E. 2002, The residues of feasting and public ritual at early Cahokia. American Antiquity 67 : 257–279.
  32. Potter J. M. 2000, Pots, parties, and politics: Communal feasting in the American southwest. American Antiquity 65 : 471–492.
  33. Romieux Yannick 1993, L'arbre de vie qui a guéri du scorbut les compagnons de Jacques Cartier : Emmanuel Bévillon, Jacques Cartier, le scorbut et la bière de sapinette, Revue dHistoire de la Pharmacie 81, 113:114.
  34. Salem, F.W. 1880, Beer, its history and its economic value as a national beverage, Hartford C.T.
  35. Smith Gregg 1998, Beer in America. The Early Years — 1587-1840. Beer's Role in the Settling of America and the Birth of a Nation. Siris Book, Colorado.
  36. Thomann G. 1886, Effects of beer upon those who make and drink it. A statistical sketch. United States Brewers' Association. New York.
  37. Trasher Ronald Ray 1999, A social control explanation of relationship between serious crime and the public consumption of beer. PhD Oklahoma State University.
  38. Waddell, Jack O and Everett, Michael W, (Eds.), 1979, Drinking behavior among southwestern Indians: an anthropological perspectivearchive.org/details/drinkingbehavior00wadd/page/n1/mode/2up
  39. Waddell Jack (1980), The Use of Intoxicating Beverages Among the Natives of the Greater Aboriginal Southwest, in Drinking behavior among southwestern Indians : an anthropological perspective (ed. Jack O. Waddell, Michael W. Everett, Donald Nelson Brown), University of Arizona Press. https://archive.org/details/drinkingbehavior00wadd
    • Quand  et comment les traditions brassicoles du centre du Mexique, la bière de maïs notamment, ont diffusé vers le Sud-ouest du sous-continent Nord américain ?
  40. Weston La Barre (1938), Native American Beers, American Anthropologist 40-2. http://www.jstor.org/stable/661862

 

07/02/2013  Christian Berger