Archaeological Monitoring & Mitigation of the CN Rail Overpass Reconstruction - Mile 0.40 Rivers Subdivision P.D. No.94-32
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.
Monitoring of excavations yielded 1347 artifacts from early 20th century deposits (1900s to ca. 1950), a leather coat from the Homestead Period (1860s to 1880s), and 9789 artifacts from two Protocontact (ca. AD 1650 to 1740) horizons. Artifacts represent the following categories: lithics; architectural objects; lighting and manufacturing equipment; medicine; communication; food procurement and processing; clothing; transportation; trade goods, adornment; recreation; faunal and floral remains; glass, wooden and ceramic storage, cooking, ornamental, toiletry, and waste containers; glass and ceramic dinnerware. Stratigraphy is detailed by layer, and appendices include artifact catalogues from recoveries east and west of Main Street.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 1995. Archaeological Monitoring & Mitigation of the CN Rail Overpass Reconstruction - Mile 0.40 Rivers Subdivision P.D. No.94-32. Winnipeg: Quarternary Consultants Ltd. Submitted to Reid Crowther & Partners Ltd..
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