Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 40, Issue 1 Published

Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 40, Issue 1 • 2016

In this Issue:

  • The Use of Style in Resistance, Politics and the Negotiation of Identity: St. Lawrence Iroquoians in a Huron-Wendat Community – Peter Ramsden
  • Cultural Continuity in Maritime Woodland Period Domestic Architecture in the Quoddy Region Gabriel Hrynick, David W. Black
  • Le programme archéologique de la Ville de Québec et la Loi sur le patrimoine culturel – William Moss
  • Geochemical Fingerprinting of Dacite Tool Stone from the Punchaw Lake Village Site (FiRs-1), Nechako Plateau, British Columbia: Implications for Exchange and Transport – W. S.Lorenz Brüchert, John D. Greenough
  • 6100 B.P. at the Below Forks Site (FhNg-25), Central Saskatchewan – David Meyer, Jenna S. Johnston, Steven C. Kasstan, Laura Roskowski-Nuttall
  • What Makes Us Squirm—A Critical Assessment of Community-Oriented Archaeology – Marina La Salle, Rich Hutchings
  • Archaeology as Partnerships in Practice: A Reply to La Salle and Hutchings – Andrew Martindale, Natasha Lyons, George Nicholas, Bill Angelbeck, Sean P. Connaughton, Colin Grier, James Herbert, Mike Leon, Yvonne Marshall, Angela Piccini, David M. Schaepe, Kisha Supernant, Gary Warrick

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