North Assiniboine Node Archaeological Impact Assessment (Volume I), Catalogue of Recovered Artifacts (Volume II)
Impact assessment conducted on the area on the north bank of the Assiniboine River recovered artifact samples from: Historic Railroad (AD 1888 to 1988); Historic Early Industrial; Precontact Native Ceramic (possibly Selkirk, AD 1000-1750); and Archaic (920 ± 80 BC) Periods. Precontact artifacts include lithic tools, ceramics, and faunal remains. Historic artifacts include: architectural objects; lighting and manufacturing equipment; science, medicine, communication, commerce, transportation, and recreation related artifacts; food procurement and processing; clothing and clothing manufacture; adornment; house wares; dinnerware; storage, cooking and ornamental containers; floral and faunal remains. Historic glass and ceramic wares were identified by maker’s mark. Features include remnants of a spur railroad line and the Hudson’s Bay Company Flour Mill complex (1872-1907).
Kroker, Sid. 1989 . North Assiniboine Node Archaeological Impact Assessment (Volume I), Catalogue of Recovered Artifacts (Volume II). Winnipeg: The Forks Renewal Corporation.
[ CRM monograph report (Vol. I, 225pp)(FNHSC, TFNP pdf, MM (Vol. I only), on file at PC) ]