Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 41, Issue 1 Published

Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 41, Issue 1 • 2017

In this Issue:

  • The Pender Canal Site and the Beginnings of the Northwest Coast Cultural System – Roy L. Carlson, Paul Szpak, and Michael Richards
  • From Iconic to Narrative: A DStretch Discovery at Writing-On-Stone – James D. Keyser
  • Dog Days on the Plains: A Preliminary aDNA Analysis of Canid Bones from Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan – Bjørn Peare Bartholdy, Tyler James Murchie, Krystyna Hacking, and Christine Verwoerd
  • Burin and Spall Use at an Inland Arctic Small Tool Tradition Site, Southern Baffin Island, Nunavut – Robert W. Park, Brooke Milne, and Douglas R. Stenton
  • Pleistocene Horse and Possible Human Association in Central Alberta, 12,700 Years Ago – Jack W. Brink, Christina I. Barrón-Ortiz, Kathy Loftis, and Robert J. Speakman
  • Pre-contact Pottery Tempering Practices at Sipiwesk Lake, Manitoba: The Effects of Grit Tempering on Drying and Firing – Kent D. Fowler, Kate Basco, and Mostafa Fayek

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