Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 1
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Author/Editor: None cited
Publisher: National Historic Sites Service, National and Historic Parks Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
Pub Date: 1970
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No marks, tears. The foot of the spine has been bumped, affecting the entire front and rear lower corners at the spine. There’s an approx. 1″ fold at lower front corner. Pages 15/16 and 17/18 have lower folded corners (approx. 1/4″ each)
Notes: Journal. Three papers: Archaeological Investigations of the National Historic Sites Service, 1962-1966, by John H. Rick; A Classification System for Glass Beads for the Use of Field Archaeologists, by Kenneth E. and Martha Ann Kidd; and The Roma Settlement at Brudenell Point, Prince Edward Island. The glass bead section is marvelously illustrated. The first paper, Archaeological Investigations, covers at least one excavation in each of ten provinces (six each in New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec), and there’s a section on underwater archaeological investigations.
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