2 edition of Middleport pattern in Ontario Iroquoian prehistory. found in the catalog.
Middleport pattern in Ontario Iroquoian prehistory.
Mima Cora Grant Brown Kapches
Written in English
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In light of the socio-political model suggested in part one of this book, the second study interprets changes in longhouse village planning, throughout the Ontario Iroquois sequence (A.D. – ), as responses to evolutionary trends in Iroquoian warfare patterns and political organization. "St. Lawrence Iroquoian Burial Practices". Ontario Archaeology. Pendergast, James F. "Emerging St. Lawrence Iroquoian Settlement Patterns." Man in the Northeast. Pfeiffer, S. "Spatial Distribution of Human Skeletal Material Within an Iroquoian Ossuary". Canadian Journal of Archaeology. Pfeiffer, Susan.
shared stylistic similarities between the Juntunen phase ceramics and the Middleport and Uren substages of the Ontario Iroquois Tradition. and the suggestion of a longhouse structure at the Juntunen site, McPherron suggested that the Juntunen phase was best considered the product of an Iroquoian . Genre/Form: Electronic books: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: ISBN:
The precontact Iroquoian occupation of southern Ontario p. Aboriginal settlement patterns in late Woodland upper New York State p. The Iroquoian longhouse: architectural and cultural identity p. Early historic exchange between the Seneca and the Susquehannock p. New York Iroquois political development p. An eighteenth. Middle Woodland site clusters in south-central Ontario. Early Iroquoian sites in south-central Ontario. Miller village site plan. (Adapted from Kenyon ) Uren sites in south-central Ontario. Middleport sites in south-central Ontario. Reconstruction of .
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The lithics from four Middleport Iroquoian sites in the Markham area, east of Toronto were analyzed. Thomson, Elliot, Robb and New were occupied between AD and AD The study of the lithic Author: Mima Kapches.
Journal of World Prehistory DecemberVol Issue 4, pp – | Cite as The Precontact Iroquoian Occupation of Southern OntarioCited by: The Middleport Pattern in Ontario Iroquoian Prehistory. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
Google ScholarCited by: 8. This thesis is concerned with documenting and explaining patterns of chipped stone source use on Ontario Iroquoian sites (ca. A.D. to A.D. ) in southwestern Ontario focusing on sites in the area of London, Ontario.
The aim is to gain insights into changing patterns of social interaction over time and into how chipped stone acquisition. The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to A.D.
Christopher J. Ellis, Neal Ferris London Chapter, O.A.S., - Excavations (Archaeology) Ontario - pages. Middleport and Lalonde periods in Simcoe County (circa A.D.
DATA Houses from the Carson, Baumann, and Wiacek sites in Simcoe County (Figure 1) illustrate a distinctive pattern of hearth spacing within longhouses. The earliest village of the three is the Wiacek site, a late Middleport village south of Barrie (Lennox et al. During the field season, archaeological survey undertaken by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications in the area of a proposed highway interchange south of the City of Barrie, Ontario, identified and led to the salvage excavation of threatened portions of the Wiacek site, a small (2 acre) Iroquoian hamlet.
Ontario Iroquoian (Lalonde) periods that have been documented in recent years by archaeologists. Also settlement patterns of the indigenous groups as they tried to accommodate the large immigrant population.
4 ONTARIO ARCHAEOLOGY NO. 55 Figure 1: Middleport, Lalonde and Late Prehistoric Sites in Huronia 1 Methodist Point (BfHa-2) 2 Gwynne. The Bonisteel Site: An Ontario Iroquoian Settlement on Lake Erie – Pengelly, J., and Pengelly, S.
The Making of a 17th c. Iron Trade Axe – Kenyon, T. Brodie and Parkhill: An Analysis of Two Late Archaic Broadpoint Samples from Southwestern Ontario – Fisher, J.
i) Dunk’s Bay Archaeology ii) A Dog from Dunk’s Bay. historic Ontario Iroquoian society and these changes can be detected by archaeological means.
Introduction The conquest theory was originally proposed to explain the sudden and massive cultural changes which took place in the Ontario Iroquois Tradition around the end of the 13th century (Wright, ). The substantive evidence for the proposal.
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Mima Cora Grant Brown Kapches has written: 'The Middleport pattern in Ontario Iroquoian prehistory' -- subject(s): History, Iroquois Indians, Indians of North America.
Iroquoian Settlement and Subsistence Patterns Near Crawford Lake, Ontario William D. Finlayson The University of Western Ontario of the settlement and subsistence patterns of the prehistoric small but is diagnostic of the Middleport substage as defined by Wright ().
In terms of the existing chronology for the Ontario. In many ways, the search for St-Ignace II is the early history of Ontario archaeology. Ontario Iroquoian Sweat Lodges Volume: OA48 Year: Author: MACDONALD, R.
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