Time Detectives: Clues From Our Past Toronto: Annick Press, 1992
-for Junior and Intermediate students; outlines stories of the people and excavations of ten
Canadian archaeological sites
The Artifact: What Can It Tell Us About the Past? Approaching Ontario's Past Series
No. 4 Toronto: The Ontario Historical Society, 1981.
-for teachers and Intermediate students; this is one of many resources Ms. Duncan has published
with the Ontario Historical Society about how to use objects and artifacts to learn about the past
Ellis, Chris and Neal Ferris (eds.)
The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to A.D. 1650 Occasional Publication
of the London Chapter, No. 5, Ontario Archaeology Society, 1990.
-for teachers and Intermediate/Senior students; a professional exploration of archaeological
work in southern Ontario before the Historic/Post-Contact Period
Iroquoian Peoples of the Land of Rocks and Water A.D. 1000-1650 Vols. I-IV
London: London Museum of Archaeology, 1995.
-for teachers and Intermedate/Senior students; a four volume, professional series about the
archaeological understanding of Iroquoian peoples in Ontario before the Historic/Post-Contact
Finlayson, William De., David G. Smith and Ben Wheeler
What Columbus Missed Toronto: St.
George Press, 1989.
-for Junior and Intermediate students; a well-illustrated examination of life at the Keffer Site in
Ontario at the time of Columbus' voyages, and of the archaeological work done there
Discover: Mysteries of the Past and Present Toronto: The Royal Ontario Museum
Kids Can Press, 1989.
-for Junior and Intermediate students; an activity book that looks at mysteries in archaeology as
they are explored by museum workers
Kelly, Robert W.
The Huron: Corn Planters of the Eastern Woodlands Canadian Native Peoples
Series, Toronto: Nelson Canada, 1986.
-for Junior and Intermediate students; a well-illustrated book about Huron life and an
archaeological site, with activities and questions
The Upper Ottawa Valley Pembroke, Ontario: Renfrew County Council, 1970.
-for Intermediate and Senior students; an illustrated book about the Upper Ottawa Valley
in the Pre-and Post-contact periods
Kenyon, W.A. and J.R. Turnbull
The Battle for James Bay 1686 Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1971.
-for Intermediate and Senior students; an examination of archaeological work done in northern
The Grimsby Site Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1982.
-for Senior students; an examination of archaeological work done at a famous southern
Litt, Paul, Rone Williamson and Joseph Whitehorne
Death at Snake Hill Toronto: Dundurn Press,
-for Intermediate and Senior students; an engagingly written account of events at and the
exploration of a War of 1812 site
Ridington, Robin and Jillian Ridington
People of the Trail Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1978.
-for Junior and Intermediate students; a well-illustrated work about life in northern Ontario before the
Historic/Post-contact Period and after contact with Europeans
The Huron: Farmers of the North New York: Hold, Rinehard and Winston, 1969.
-for Intermediate students who read well and Senior students; a text-heavy examination of the life of
the Wendat (Huron) people, but a thin volume
Williamson, Ronald F. and Robert MacDonald
Legacy of Stone Toronto: Eastend Books, 1998.
-for Intermediate and Senior students; an illustrated and interestingly written account of pre-contact
life along the Niagara in southern Ontario
Ontario Prehistory Toronto: Van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd., 1972.
-for Intermediate students who read well and Senior students; a text-heavy examination of pre-contact
peoples of Ontario and archaeological evidence about them
Ontario Archaeological Society
-has chapters throughout Ontario
-provides opportunities for children and adults to be involved in Ontario archaeology
Ontario Archaeological Site Museums and Programs