The next London Chapter
will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology. The
speaker will be the Colin Wallace (PhD Candidate,
Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of
Waterloo) on "Untapping the Potential of 3D Archaeological
Modeling." Doors open at
7 PM and the meeting will begin at 7:30 PM. All are welcome to
as always there is free juice and cookies!!
available as pdfs for a computer near you:
Kewa: The First Thirty Years (1977-2007) & The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to AD 1650
(edited by Chris J. Ellis and Neal Ferris)
We are pleased to announce the
release of two different publications as high quality, searchable, pdfs.
The first thirty years of issues of our popular academic
newsletter the Kewa, including all the Nineteenth
Century Notes and Point Types series, is available on a single DVD.
So here is a chance to get copies of each and every issue of this
popular and useful publication outlet together in one convenient small place for $20 plus postage/handling
($5.00 to Canada, $8.00 to USA; currently we treat US dollars at par). In addition, we have reissued on a single CD our best
selling, 570 page 1990 volume: The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to
AD 1650, Occasional Publications of the
London Chapter No. 5, edited by Chris J. Ellis and Neal
Ferris for the same price. Get both discs
for $45, postage included to USA or Canada. We take cheques only written on Canadian and
USA banks that are made payable to: London Chapter OAS.
Orders can be sent to: London Chapter, OAS, c/o Museum of Ontario
Archaeology, 1600 Attawandaron Road, London, Ontario, Canada N6G 3M6
or contact Chris Ellis (email@example.com).
We are behind in the issuing of our newsletter Kewa
for the simple reason people have not been submitting papers for
publication (Issue 16 is the last issue to date but
16[5-6] will appear shortly). The Kewa is a great way to get
into a more accessible form important data, information and ideas about
the archaeology of Ontario. Short reports on sites excavated through CRM
activities are especially welcome. There must be lots of CRM reports out
there that could be easily cleaned up and published. More and more sites
are found each year and yet less are published -- and unless they are
published the data might as well not exist -- see Chris
Ellis' editorial from Kewa 10(3-4) by clicking
here! Contact co-editor Chris Ellis if you
have something of interest: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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