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Residue analysis of pre-contact small and miniature pottery: a multi-proxy approach
Small and miniature pottery vessels are common in North American archaeological sites, although they have rarely been the focus of study. These vessels are variously interpreted to be mortuary or ceremonial vessels, ...
Managing Canada's Park Systems: Exploring Aboriginal Involvement in Canadian National Parks
In recent years attempts have been made to bridge Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal interests in the management of Canadian federal parks. In part this reflects increasing recognition of Aboriginal rights to lands and resources, ...
The functional interpretation of quartz and amethyst artefacts from the Mackenzie I site (DdJf-9)
Mackenzie I is the largest excavated archaeological site that is attributed to the Lakehead Complex, the first known occupants of the area surrounding modern day Thunder Bay, Ontario. As such, it has garnered much academic ...
A physical and spatial assessment of remediated submerged habitats within the Thunder Bay area of concern
The designation of Thunder Bay’s Harbour as an Area of Concern (AOC) by the International Joint Commission prompted the need for Remedial Action Plans to improve historically significant habitats (RAP, 1991; RAP 2004). In ...