2 edition of Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site found in the catalog.
Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site
|Statement||David A. Meyer.|
|Series||Mercury series, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) -- no. 57|
|Contributions||Jenness, Diamond, 1886-1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
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$ Pre-Dorset Settlements At The Seahorse Gully Site (National Museum of Man Mercury Series) Paperback – by David A. Meyer (Author) See all 2 formats Author: David A.
Meyer. Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site Book Description: A study of technology, subsistence and settlement patterns of the late Pre-Dorset people who occupied a large coastal site near Churchill, Manitoba around 3, years ago.
A study of technology, subsistence and settlement patterns of the late Pre-Dorset people who occupied a large coastal site near Churchill, Manitoba around 3, years by: 6. Get this from a library. Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site. [David Meyer; Diamond Jenness] -- Masters thesis. Attempt to recreate the settlement pattern of pre-Dorset Eskimos.
Get this from a library. Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site. [Meyer David A]. Pre-Dorset settlements ate Seahors th e Gully site have been presented.
These settlements occupied geographically separate areas and each was distinguished by (1) differing house styles, (2) the presence or ab sence of certain tool categories and varieties and (3) by the nature. Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site David A. Meyer Published by University of Ottawa Press Meyer, David A.
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The Wapusk harpoon is based on pre-Dorset artifacts found at the Seahorse Gully site, near the park. There were a couple of ivory harpoon heads found at Seahorse Gully, so I worked off of those pieces to determine the harpoon material and style of the base and line hole, although the one complete harpoon head was self-bladed.
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On the Shelf. Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site David A. Meyer. The Seahorse Gully site is located on the Churchill West Peninsula, across the Churchill River from the town of Churchill, Manitoba on the west coast of Hudson Bay (Fig.
The Pre-Dorset lithic assemblage at IeKn-6 includes chert tools and debitage, as well as a large number of adzes manufactured from a red, coarse-grained pyroclastic by: 3. APA Reference List Models This guide contains examples of references in APA style.
The references are grouped Books and reference books such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, and discipline -specific Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site. (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from WorldCatDissertations (Accession No. OCLC: ). Reports of the Lillooet archaeological project [microform] / Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site David A.
Meyer. FC 65 P37 NO The Princess Point Complex David Marvyn Stothers. -- Reports of the Lillooet archaeological project [microform] / edited by Arnoud H. Stryd and Stephen Lawhead ; contributions by Dorothy I. At Churchill, the Seahorse Gully Site, which represents the largest excavated Pre-Dorset occupation in Manitoba was located a rocky archipelago in the ancient Tyrrell Sea in the present Hudson Bay region.
Summer access to this site would have required water craft, although faunal remains suggests a late winter camp (Meyer ). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site, Twenty thousand roads, Training for competition, The Red Earth Crees,Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing, Legerdemain, or, Sleight of hand, The Wizard exposed, Psalm Canning Dry Sink.
Ready to go with a new red coat and bronze View piece. 2: From: Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site by David Meyer Photo Captions: 1: Exploded view of the endblade, harpoon head, and foreshaft of the harpoon for Wapusk National Park 2: Reference drawings of the complete, self-bladed harpoon head found at Seahorse Gully 3: The ivory harpoon head and antler foreshaft.
The cactus flower site in southeastern Alberta: excavations / John H. Brumley. FC 65 P37 NO The Grant Lake site, Keewatin district, N.W.T. Wright. David A. Meyer - Pre-Dorset Settlements At The Seahorse Gully Site (National Museum of Man Mercury Series) - Published: David A.
Pyner - Simplified Painless Endodontics for the General Dentist: The Alternative to N2 - Published: David A. Reeder, ed. Seahorses in Poole Harbour in Dorset. Neil Garrick-Maidment The Seahorse Trust, Escot Park, Ottery St Mary, Honiton, Devon EX11 1LU Corresponding author: N.
Garrick-Maidment email: [email protected] Keywords: Hippocampus guttulatus, ampus, Zostera marina, National Seahorse. Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site. National Museum of Man, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series No. The Prehistory of Northern Saskatchewan, Chapter In Tracking Anc ient Hunters: Prehistoric Archaeology in Saskatchewan.
H.T. Ep and Ian Dyck (Eds.). Saskatchewan Archaeological Society, Regina. Pre-Dorset Settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site: Prehistoric Cultural Change at Kitselas Canyon: Prehistoric Occupations of Black Lake, Northern Saskatchewan: Prehistory of Lake Athabasca: An Initial Statement: Prehistory of Saglek Bay, Labrador: Archaic and Palaeo-Eskimo Occupations: Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully Site Palacio, Joseph O.
M.A. degree Advisor: Dwight Rokala. The Seahorse Gully site on Churchill’s West Peninsula and the glacial kame at Twin Lakes are both key sites in understanding Churchill’s extended history. The Pre-Dorset culture ( B.C.) lived a semi-nomadic lifestyle in the Churchill area, hunting caribou in the summer and ringed seal in the winter.
Before I get to them, here's the goggles with the original and below is a shot of all the reproductions with the original pre-Dorset artifacts from the Seahorse Gully site. The goal of this project was not to reproduce the artifacts as they appear today, but as they would have looked when they were being used by the people who made them.
L'archéologie des provinces de Québec et d'Ontario Roger J.M. Marois. FC 65 P37 NO Origins and development of early Northwest Coast culture to about B.C. Charles E. Borden. The lithics in the collection come from a Pre-Dorset site within the park called Seahorse Gully.
The Pre-Dorset component of the site has a date of BP, and the styles of artifacts remind me a lot of some of the earlier Groswater Palaeoeskimo tools found in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Comprehensive APA Reference List Models This guide contains examples of references in APA style. The references are grouped by published proceedings from a book, use the same format as a book or chapter from a book.
Pre–Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site. (Master's thesis). Retrieved from WorldCatDissertations (Accession NoFile Size: 77KB. Jenness, Diamond, Jenness, Diamond Diamond Jenness anthropologue, en poste au Muséum national d'Ottawa, Canada Diamond Jenness Canadian anthropologist.
seen at the Pre-Dorset settlement of Seahorse Gully, near Churchill Manitoba (Meyer ). The faunal remains analysed by H. Savage demonstrated the predominant exploitation of ringed seal.
Research at the Lagoon site on Banks Island provides a much more extensive examination of Pre-Dorset faunal remains.
Arnold (, ). Pre-Dorset Asymmetric Knife: Chert, spruce, hide glue and baleen.I've only seen a tiny sample of the artifacts from the Seahorse Gully site, and my attention has been focused on hafting them, which is fortunate because the tools are so well worn and used that the hafting area is pretty much all that remains in most cases.
The working area of the tool was sharpened and re-sharpened right. Jenness, Diamond The second part of the book describes the tribes in different groupings: the migratory tribbes of the eastern woodlands, the plains tribes, tribes of the Pacific coast, of the Cordillera, and the Mackenzie and Yukon River basins, and finally the Eskimo Pre-Dorset settlements at the Seahorse Gully site by.
In general, it appears that Pre-Dorset settlement along the west shore of Hudson Bay was light, occurred relatively late in the Pre-Dorset period, and quite likely emphasized interior adaptation as well.
larger Seahorse Gully site is dated at ±95 B.C. (Nash ); and Harp has excavated a. Formal tools from Burton Rock are also compared to those from the nearby and roughly contemporaneous Seahorse Gully site in order to determine whether activities at Burton Rock were typical of late Pre-Dorset sites in the area.
Comparison of Elevations of Archaeological Sites and Calculated Sea Levels in Arctic Canada. Pre-Dorset Components, 4, BP Locations on Fig.
Seahorse Gully. Buchanan. Menez. Hike into Horsnell Gully and Giles Conservation Park to explore the Giles Ruins, and spot koalas along the way. Charles Giles and John Horsnell settled the area in the s, building three stone cottages here.
The cottages were build from local stone with stone lined. rings near Seahorse Gully has since yielded a C date of B.C.k95, and there is no apparent connection between the pre-Dorset and Dorset occupations of the area. Nash’s final chapter discusses his three sites in the context of the circumpolar North, and it is here that we find a thorough and.Arctic Small Tool people of Pre-Dorset age and affiliation whose sites can be found unequally distributed across the Canadian barrens and into the northern Boreal forest in the period B.C.
Of 68 sites encountered in the field work, 18 of these had Arctic Small Tool components, including the stratified Junction Site (KjNb-6). These.Reference List Format Symposium Contributors Last Name Initials Year Month from ENG at Ashford University.