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Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie Corridor
|Statement||by Jacques Cinq-Mars ; with appendices by Paul F. Donahueand Timothy C. Losey for the Environmental-Social Program, Northern Pipelines.|
|Series||Environmental-Social Committee, Northern Pipelines, Task Force on Northern Oil Development, Report No. 74-11|
|Contributions||Task Force on Northern Oil Development. Environment-Social Committee Northern Pipelines.|
For Students Chapter 1: Archaeological Reconnaissance Multiple Choice Questions. Test me now. Weblinks Desktop study. Archaeological work undertaken in an office, archive or online prior to field work is often referred to as a desktop study. Relief Route was completed by the Office of Archaeological Studies in July and August of Forty-nine archaeological sites and 72 isolated occurrences were identified (Maxwell ). The parcels were located between County Road 70 centerline stations 20 + 00 and 42
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Get this from a library. Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie corridor: (final report ). [Jacques Cinq-Mars; Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs,; Arctic Land Use Research Program (Canada)] -- Last of three reports assessing archaeological potential of Mackenzie corridor.
Get this from a library. Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie corridor. [Jacques Cinq-Mars; Environmental-Social Program, Northern Pipelines (Canada)]. Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie corridor (second report) ([INA publication]) [Jacques Cinq-Mars] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Jacques Cinq-Mars.Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie Corridor, by Jacques Cinq-Mars for the Environmental-Social Program, Northern Pipelines Information Canada [Ottawa] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
The results of recently conducted archaeological surveys in the lower Mackenzie Valley, N.W.T., demonstrate a greater archaeological potential than hitherto assumed.
These data modify the widespread view according to which few archaeological sites. Cinq-Mars, Jacques (). “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. Millar, James F. & Fedirchuk, Gloria J. Report on investigations: Mackenzie River archaeological survey / by James F. Millar and Gloria J.
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Wikipedia Citation. This was the first book-length archaeological study of Micronesia, a collection of island groups in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Drawing on a wide range of archaeological, anthropological and historical sources, the author explores the various ways that the societies of these islands have been interpreted since European navigators first arrived there in the sixteenth by: lic.
"Guidelines for Archaeological Excavations in the District of Columbia" have been developed which standardizes the process. Case Study: Excavation at the Whitehurst Freeway In the early s, during the planning stages for repairs and ren- - ~ ovations to the Whitehurst Freeway, a preliminary archaeological study occurred.
T.J. Kristensen et al. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23 () overlook or misidentify in knapped stone tool assemblages because of superficial similarities to non. Yentsch's book is a comprehensive study of the Calvert family in eighteenth-century Annapolis, Maryland, with several chapters devoted to the archaeological evidence of urban slavery.
Yentsch describes her effort as a "historical ethnography"--a study that examines a past culture, insofar as possible, using the methods an anthropologist would. Archaeological Sciences Proceedings of a conference on the application of scientific techniques to the study of archaeology: Archaeological Survey and the City: Archaeological Survey Between Cape Parry and Cambridge Bay, Northwest Territories, Canada in points of his study, he does not apply the most elementary CINQ-MARS, J.
Preliminary archaeological study, Mackenzie Corridor. Report of the Environmental-Social Committee, Northern Pipelines, Task Force on Northern Oil Development, t concerned with the human prospect needs the challenge of this book."-Richard A.
Falk a; pp. MjTp-1, the Whirl Lake Site, near the southeast Mackenzie Delta in Canada, consists of upper and lower artefact components. The former represents occupation by Mackenzie Flats Kutchin Indians, and. LIST OF HISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN SAMPLE STUDY CORRIDORS. Historic Archaeological Sites State Route 1 Corridor Augustine Creek North 7NC-GHistoric Archaeological Sites State Route 7 Corridor Armor House Site 7NC-DB Archaeological Institute of America 2 AIA Education Department Bibliographies: Books for Adults Bibliographies Roisman, J.
Brill’s companion to Alexander the. The first people to migrate into the Americas, likely more t years ago, probably traveled down the western coast rather than along an inland route, according to an environmental study of.
Archaeological Ethnography Among Mackenzie Basin Dene, Canada Paperback – November 1, by Robert R. Janes (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, November 1, Cited by: Incorporating Traditional Land Use Data into GIS-Based Models of Archaeological Potential: A Case Study from the Yukon.
MacKenzie, Sarah and Kirby Booker. Inherent management difficulties of unpredictable distribution of lithic reduction sites near dacite.
As a route to understanding the diverse civilizations of the ancient world and their interactions with one other through the study of material traces that have been left behind, the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World sponsors a robust program of archaeological fieldwork activity focusing on periods ranging from the 5th millennium BCE to the early medieval period.
archaeological and cultural landscape in New England as measured through LiDAR. This study will contribute to the growing international dialogue regarding LiDAR and its use for studying the archaeological land-scape, and speciﬁcallywill contribute newdata regarding the types of features present in New England’s unique historical and.Archaeology: The Key Concepts is the ideal reference guide for students, teachers and anyone with an interest in archaeology.
Colin Renfrew is Emeritus Disney Professor of Archaeology and Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge. Paul Bahn is a freelance writer, translator and broadcaster on archaeology.Archeology and Landscapes.
Erika Martin Seibert “Landscape Archeology is concerned with both the conscious and unconscious shaping of the land: with the processes or organizing space or altering the land for a particular purpose, be it religious, economic, social, political, cultural, or symbolic; with the unintended consequences of land use and alteration; with the role and symbolic content.