OAS - London Chapter

Occasional Publication No 1.

Studies in Southwestern Ontario Archaeology



Table of Contents

Table of Contents .....................................................................i Preface - William A. Fox ............................................................iii Research Articles Published in KEWA: 1978 to May 1986 ................................iv Introduction - Bruce G. Trigger .....................................................xxi The Role of the Amateur Archaeologist .................................................1 James Keron The Archaeology of the Southeastern Huron Basin .......................................2 Brian Deller, Chris Ellis and Ian Kenyon An Early Woodland Camp on Inverhuron Bay .............................................13 William A. Fox The Culture History of Long Point: An Interim Report .................................18 William A. Fox The Mill Stream Cluster: The Other Side of the Coin ..................................25 Ronald F. Williamson An Initial Report on the Dymock Villages (AeHj-2) ....................................32 William A. Fox Middle Iroquoian Settlement Along the Lower Nith River and Horner Creek Drainages ....35 Charles Nixon Dolls, Demons or Dice: An Introduction to the Savage Site Figurines ..................38 Carl R. Murphy The Foliate Biface and The Foliate Biface As Knife ..............................43 & 44 William A. Fox Lithic Tools from the McEwen Site (BcHb-17) ..........................................45 William A. Fox In Case of Fire: Burned Longhouses in a Neutral Village ..............................49 Gary Warrick Sagard's "Rassade Rouge" of 1624 .....................................................53 J. Bruce Jamieson The Grimsby Cemetery - A Second Look .................................................59 Ian Kenyon and William A. Fox Echo the Firekeeper: A Nineteenth Century Iroquois Site ..............................68 Ian Kenton and Thomas Kenyon There Was an Englishman, a Scotsman and an Irishman ..................................91 Neal Ferris and Ian Kenyon Buttons I Have Known .................................................................98 Neal Ferris Age and Sex Identification in the Stirrup Court Cemetery ............................107 Megan Cook, Linda Gibbs and Michael W. Spence You, Your Microcomputer, and Basic Decay ............................................117 Peter Reid The Walls That Wouldn't Be Straight .................................................120 Peter Reid Reference ...........................................................................123


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