MTO contributions to the archaeology of the late Woodland period in Southwestern Ontario Download PDF EPUB FB2
The Woodland Period (2, – B.P.) is divided into four major subdivisions: Early, Middle, Transitional, and Late. The people of the MTO contributions to the archaeology of the late Woodland period in Southwestern Ontario book and Middle Woodland periods were largely hunters and gatherers, and there is evidence that they used small special purpose camps to exploit natural resources, including fish and chert.
The following is a general outline of the chronology / culture groups of the Late Woodland period in Ontario: SOUTH EASTERN SOUTH CENTRAL ONTARIO Princess Point / Sandbanks A.D. Early Ontario Iroquoians A.D. - In southern Ontario, famous Woodland period sites include (see site locations on this map): 1.
The Crawford Lake Site, near Kelso Park on Highwaywest of Mississauga 2. The Lawson Site at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, in London 3.
Mnjikaning Fish Weirs at Atherly Narrows between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching 4. The Woodland Period of Georgia prehistory is broadly dated from around B.C.
to A.D. This period witnessed the development of many trends that began during the preceding Late Archaic Period (– B.C.) and reached a climax during the subsequent Mississippian Period (A.D.
These trends included increases in sedentariness and social stratification, an elaboration. Spence and Fox focus on the Meadowood occupation of southwestern Ontario. Early Woodland sites have Vinette 1 interior-exterior cordmarked ceramics and/or bifacially worked tools made from Onondaga or Selkirk chert.
Some authors also consider Middlesex to be Early Woodland although it dates from B.P B.P. ( B.C. to 1 A.D.). The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to A.D. O.A.S., - Excavations (Archaeology) Ontario - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book scrapers evidence excavated faunal Figure Finlayson fish forms Glen Meyer grave groups historic Iroquoian sites Iroquois Kapches Kenyon Late Woodland Lawrence Iroquoian Lennox lithic located.
A Public Guide to Archaeology in London, Ontario. Page 3 This map details known chert sources in southwestern Ontario. The Woodland Period site.
Vessels vary from pots, smoking pipes, game pieces, and even some statues. The temper and overall fabric used to File Size: 3MB.
Late Late Woodland Period B.P. A.D. Saylor ware near Iowa's center, Minott's ware in Eastern Iowa (extends from center of state to Eastern border and then South in a circular shape), Maples Mills Ceramics just under Minott's ware circle from Iowa's center to it's Southeastern corner (extends into Missouri and Illinois).
The Early Woodland people of Ontario were the first to use pottery in this province. In may other respects, people of the EARLY WOODLAND PERIOD (c. B.C. - B.C.) continued to live in much the same way as their predecessors of the Late Archaic. The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to A.D [Chris J.
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) using stable isotopic analyses of faunal material Zoe H. Morris The University of Western Ontario Supervisor Dr. Christine White The University of Western Ontario Joint Supervisor Dr. Fred Longstaffe The University of Western Ontario.
MTO Contributions to the Archaeology of the Late Woodland Period in Southwestern Ontario: Small Sites London Museum of Rchaeology Lennox, Paul A (Editor) London Museum of Archaeology London, Ontario English The White Roots of Peace Wallace, Paula W University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania English It is the best dated Late Archaic site in Ontario and perhaps in the whole Great Lakes area.
Now, to provide some context background for this researcand h: over 25years ago Ellis co-edited a weighty, almost page volume on the First Nations archaeology of southern Ontario (Ellis and Ferris ).File Size: 5MB.
A communities-of-practices approach has been employed in this paper to investigate potting traditions of Late Woodland potters. The author has integrated Wenger’s (, Organization 7(2)–, ) constellation of practice and boundary objects with Smith’s (, a) attribute combination system to study decorative practices of Middle Iroquoian potting communities in southern Cited by: 3.
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Evidence for Bow and Arrow Use in the Small Point Late Archaic of Southwestern Ontario Kristen Snar e y and Christopher Ellis Life and Death at the Quarry: The Early Woodland Archaeology of. This is a list of historic places in Southwestern Ontario, containing heritage sites listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places (CRHP), all of which are designated as historic places either locally, provincially, territorially, nationally, or by more than one level of government.
The following subregions have separate listings: County of Brant. Review of Ontario Archaeology - John Reid Canadian Conservation Institute: An Open-House Visit Gordon D. Watson 24 O.A.S. Receipts & Disbursements 32 a.A.S. Treasurer's Report for 33 The Ontario Archaeological Society (Incj.
Using Archaeology to understand First Nation Histories and Traditional Territories Situated between parts of the Great Lakes, Southwestern Ontario was home to the Neutral Iroquoians who after dispersed from the region, but within a century or two returned.
Late in the 17th Century, the Algonquian-speaking Anishnabeg peoples, such as the Potawatomi and more distant. In North Carolina, the Woodland is divided into Early, Middle, and Late periods. Along the coast and through much of the Piedmont, the Late Woodland continues until the Contact period, while in the Appalachian Summit and in the Southern Piedmont, Mississippian and Mississippian-influenced societies developed after A.D.
The Early Island period has been dated between ca. B.C. and A.D. 1, while the Late Island period extended from A.D. 1 to the historic period. As defined by Mark Q. Sutton, it refers to a late Holocene pattern on the southern Channel Islands of Santa Catalina, San.
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology (formerly the Museum of Indian Archaeology and Pioneer Life, the Museum of Indian Archaeology (London) and the London Museum of Archaeology) is a museum located in northwest London, Ontario, is dedicated to the study and public interpretation of o years of human history in Ontario.
It is adjacent to a reconstruction of the Lawson Site, a Coordinates: 43°00′48″N 81°18′20″W / °N. the Ontario government, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Niagara Escarpment Commission, Grey County Planning, Parks Canada, and numerous private property owners on archaeological and historic matters.
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light on a dynamic period of Ontario's past. Ma Heather Henderson and Megan Brooks. “Urban Archaeology: Excavation of a 19th century Toronto Boarding House.” In the summer of Historic Horizon Inc. carried out excavations behind a store frontage on Queen Street West, now one of Toronto's trendiest commercial areas.
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Along The River Near Chappell's: Gundy And Gundy Laying Of The First Steel In Ojibway: Near Chappell's Petite Cote: Shore Acres, Windsor, Canada. Important notice The library building is closed until further notice due to the Covid disruption. Library services and electronic resources are available remotely during the Covid disruption.Southwestern Ontario Community-Based & Consultation Archaeology Project Establishing trust and sharing knowledge Home» First Nation Communities in Southwestern Ontario» Terminology: .The Antiquity of the Ojibwa Leo Pettipas of scholars in the sister disciplines of historical linguistics and Indigenous historiography.
The Ojibwa language is one of a dozen that evolved at one time or other in the general Great Lakes region during the Woodland Period of ~ BCE CE. They all.