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Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie

National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada.

Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie

1969, 1970 and 1972.

by National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesNational Museum of Man Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper Mercury Series -- 27
ContributionsClark, D.W.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21886407M

The North American Plate from the Arctic Archipelago to the Romanzof Mountains. Authors; R. W., and Usher, J. L., , Reconnaissance studies of Proterozoic and Cambrian stratigraphy, lower Mackenzie River area, District of Mackenzie Yorath, C. J., , Geology of the Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin and eastern northern Interior Plains. A Reconnaissance In Northern Alaska, Across The Rocky Mountains, Along Koyukuk, John, Anaktuvuk, And Colville Rivers, And The Arctic Coast To Cape Lisburne, In , - Primary Source Edition [Frank Charles Schrader, William John Peters] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before

Archaeological Reconnaissance at Great Bear Lake. University of Ottawa Press, the fisher resourcy e in both interior Alaska and the Mackenzie is much and will stay within the District of Mackenzie. Th sparse e results of surveys in the Kelly-Brackett Lake. Author/Editor: Tyee Bob,Sa:ya:ch’apis,William,Qwishanishim,Lo:tisim,Tayi:?a,Chief Louie Nookmiis,Edward Sapir,Morris Swadesh,Hamilton George,Alexander Thomas,Frank.

Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie: , and Ottawa: National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper No. -. Archaeological Reconnaissance at Great Bear Lake. Hulk Canadian Museum of Civilization. Archaeological Survey of Canada. Archaeological Reconnaissance at Great Bear Lake: Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie: , and Archaeological Research at Calling Lake, Northern Alberta: Archaeological Research in the Lesser Slave Lake Region: A Contribution to the Pre-Contact History of the Boreal Forest of.


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Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie by National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Duringand the writer made archaeological reconnaissances in the Anderson River, Colville Lake, Horton Lake, Great Bear Lake and Kelly Lake areas of the northern interior District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories (Fig.

Archaeological reconnaissance in northern interior district of Mackenzie, and [Donald W Clark] -- Report on examination of about 75 prehistoric sites and nearly 50 historic and recent camps in area north and west of Great Bear Lake.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Get this from a library. Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie:and [Donald Woodforde Clark; Project Muse.].

Archaeological reconnaissance in northern interior district of Mackenzie, and Donald W. Clark. FC 65 P37 NO Of men & herds in Barrenland prehistory Bryan. This website requires cookies to provide all of its features. For more information on what data is contained in the cookies, please see our Cookie Policy accept cookies from this site, please click the Allow button below.

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27 - Published: Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie:and Archaeological rescue excavations on Packages 3 and 4. Archaeological reconnaissance in northern interior district of Mackenzie, and Donald W.

Clark. FC 65 P37 NO Of men & herds in Barrenland prehistory Bryan H. Gordon. FC 65 P37. The analysis of archaeological specimens gathered in at the mouth of the Thunder River (MiTi-1), lower Mackenzie Valley, indicates that the locality's primary function was as a quarry/: Jean-Luc Pilon.

Among the most common surface indicators of archaeological sites in south central Montana and northern Wyoming are the grey and red porcellanite flakes resulting from tool making activities.

[field_file][field_supplementary_files] Highlights of archaeological surveys in northern interior District of Mackenzie, N. – Donald E. Clark. Early Kachemak Phase on Kodiak Island at Old Kiavak. Early Kachemak Phase on Kodiak Island at Old Kiavak FR.

Menu Search My Account. University of Ottawa Press Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie:and Donald Woodforde Clark. Archaeological reconnaissance in northern interior district of Mackenzie, and Donald W. Clark. FC 65 P37 NO Of men & herds in Barrenland prehistory Bryan H.

Gordon. Archaeological Survey of Canada Annual Review The Prehistory of Lake Athabasca: An Initial Statement Of Men & Herds in Barrenland Prehistory Bryan HC Gordon Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie:, and The Lagoon Site (OjRl-3): Implications for Paleoeskimo Interactions Charles D.

Arnold. Fort Reliance, Yukon. “An Archaeologically Important Raw Material from the Tertiary Hills, Western District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories: A Preliminary Statement, Appendix E.” In A Preliminary Archaeological Study, Mackenzie Corridor, ed.

Cinq-Mars. Environmental-Social Committee Northern Pipelines. IAND Publication No. QSEE-XIA. Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie.and Tales from Cabin 14 and More Tales From Cabin 14 by Harold Ball. Each book contains several stories about Great Bear Lake, the Coppermine and Tree Rivers.

Harold has been visiting Great Bear for over 30 years and brings a somewhat unique perspective to what the area has to offer. Archaeological reconnaissance in the Mackenzie River drainage. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin The Pointed Mountain site near Fort Liard, Northwest Territories, Canada.

American Antiquity, Vol Two archaeological sites on Great Bear Lake, N.W.T. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin results of several years (,) of archaeological recon-naissance in the Great Bear Lake region of the Mackenzie District, North-west Territories (cf.

Clark ). The main purpose of the report is to describe the data from prehistoric sites and present a major synthesis. Archaeology of the Lake Harbour district, Baffin Island [microform] / Author: Moreau S.

Maxwell. - Publication info: Ottawa: Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada, Format: Book, Government Document.Archaeological Reconnaissance in Northern Interior District of Mackenzie:and Clark, Donald W. Published by National Museums of Canada, Ottawa ().Norford, B.

S.,Reconnaissance of the Ordovician and Silurian rocks of northern Yukon Territory: Geol. Survey Can. Paper 63– Google Scholar Norris, D. K.,Structural and stratigraphic studies in the tectonic complex of northern Yukon Territory, north of Porcupine’River, in Report of activities: Geol.

Survey Can. Paper 72–1B.