The Archaeology of Land Based Fur Trade Posts in Western Canada
This thesis examines the development and context of fur trade archaeology including the influence of political, social, academic and ideological factors of the time. The sections include: Introduction, Research Strategy Growth of Fur Trade Archaeology in Western Provinces, Theoretical Perspectives and Participants in Fur Trade Archaeology, In Support of Our Cultural Identity, and a Conclusion. Appendix A: People Interviewed, Appendix B: Fur Trade References, Appendix C: Fur Trade Posts Investigated by Province and Decade. Maps, tables and charts are included.
Klimko, Olga. 1994. The Archaeology of Land Based Fur Trade Posts in Western Canada. Burnaby, BC: PhD Thesis, Simon Fraser University.
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