Examples of the barred neck motif. A: barred motif alone on typical Huron-Wendat sherd; B: in combination with other motif on typical Huron-Wendat sherd; C: applied to “hybrid” sherd with both Huron-Wendat and St. Lawrence Iroquoian attributes. Ramsden Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(1):5.
Photo mosaic showing the Early Maritime Woodland dwelling surface dating to 2400 ± 105 B.P. at the Partridge Island site and the later dwelling features stratified above it. See Table 1 for key to culture historic period acronyms (image credits: D. Black, D. Milley, UNB-Anthropology, GNB-Archaeological Services). Hrynick and Black Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(1):37.
La Société d’art et d’histoire de Beauport a effectué des fouilles pendant plusieurs saisons sur le site de la première église du site patrimonial déclaré de Beauport, l’église de La Nativité de Notre-Dame de Beauport. (Photo de Christian Dionne; gracieuseté de la Société d’art et d’histoire de Beauport.) Moss Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(1):84.
Photo of patterns of overlapping alignments at complex 43-009. The view is toward the north shore of the estuary and the location of K’ómoks First Nation (IR 1). Greene et al., Canadian Journal of Archaeology 39(2):187.
“Man carrying canoe out of the water at Green River (near Edmundston). Top hat on ground at the edge of the River, in right hand corner of photo, 1887” (New Brunswick Provincial Archives: P5-137). Holyoke and Hrynick, Canadian Journal of Archaeology 39(2):218.
Photo of McDougall House 4 (by G. Legault). Legault, Canadian Journal of Archaeology 39(2):247.
A recent aerial view of old “Hull Landing” along the Ottawa River in Gatineau, Quebec, where nineteenth-century antiquarian Dr. Edward Van Cortlandt excavated an ancient aboriginal burial ground on at least two occasions, in 1843 and 1860. (Wikipedia Commons.) Boswell and Pilon, Canadian Journal of Archaeology 39(2):295.
The Union Suspension Bridge between Bytown and Hull, shown after its completion in 1843 and looking west upstream towards the Chaudière Falls. (Preston Frederick Rubidge, 1843, McCord Museum, M8063.) Boswell and Pilon Canadian Journal of Archaeology 39(2):310.
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