Geochemistry of Pre-Contact Potsherds from Southern Mainland Nova Scotia:
Constraints on Pottery Pathways

Photographs of selected potsherds from (A) Brighton (sample B4), (B) Enfield (E1), (C) Frost Fish Cove (FF5), (D) Melanson (M1), (E) Port Joli (POS2), and (F) Whynacht Cove (Wn4). Owen et al. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(2):238.

Pour une typologie stylistique chrono-thématique des faïences françaises
retrouvées dans les anciennes colonies d’Amérique (XVIIe–XVIIIe s.)

(a) Tasse (Ø 5,5 cm), faïence de grand feu, camaïeu bleu, décor chinois, « enroulements »; (b) Pot de chambre, faïence de grand feu, camaïeu bleu et manganèse, décor de pastorale; (c) Tasse (Ø 7,5 × h. 7,0 cm), faïence de grand feu, camaïeu bleu et manganèse, décor naturaliste, fleurs; (d) Pot de chambre (Ø 18,0 × h. 12,7 cm), faïence de grand feu, camaïeu bleu, décor de « gros lambrequins » et « enroulements chinois » (caption abbreviated). Métreau et al. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(2):284.

Standardization, Reliability, and Paleoindian Ovate Biface Production:
A View from 20-Cl-227, the Round Lake Site Cache, Clinton County, Michigan, USA

Black and white photos of Round Lake cache bifaces and flake (photographs by W. A. Lovis). Carr and Lovis Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(2):302.

The Use of Style in Resistance, Politics and the Negotiation of Identity

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.

Cultural Continuity in Maritime Woodland Period Domestic Architecture in the
Quoddy Region

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.

Le programme archéologique de la Ville de Québec et la Loi sur le patrimoine culturel

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.

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President’s Statement

This is my first message to all of you as CAA President and I want to begin by thanking Greg Hare, Ruth Gotthardt, Jeff Hunston, and the army of volunteers who organized a highly successful conference in Whitehorse in May 2016, packed with great papers, social events, and “Land of the Midnight Sun” hospitality. We gained a new Vice-President at this meeting. Congratulations to Jennifer Campbell who was elected to replace outgoing VP Adrian Burke. I would like to thank Adrian for his dedicated service as Vice-President.

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Since 1998, the Society for American Archaeology has awarded the annual Arthur C. Parker Scholarship (up to $4,000) in support of archaeological training for Native Americans who are students or employees of tribal, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian cultural preservation programs. The SAA also each year awards three National Science Foundation Scholarships for Archaeological Training for Native Americans and Native Hawaiians (up to $4,000).

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