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Ontario Archaeology

Ontario Archaeology is a peer-reviewed journal of The Ontario Archaeological Society. Articles accepted into the journal detail the various aspects of archaeology in Ontario, ranging from the discovery of new sites, heritage preservation concerns, interpretation of archaeological data, analyses in zooarchaeology, paleontology, and osteology, and much more. The journal is edited by Chris Ellis and is distributed once annually to registered members for $12 ($9 for students).

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Ontario Archaeology, Number 95, 2015


The Chew Site (BeGx-9): A Case Study in the Value of Archived Collections
Bonnie Glencross, GaryWarrick, Katherine Anderson, Stefanie MacKinnon, Shannon Millar, and Samantha Patterson

Ethnogenesis in the Lower Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Region
William Fox

“Roger, I think I’ve Found It”: Archaeological Investigations of the Aarel Site (BjGp-2), A Nineteenth-Century Camboose Shanty in Algonquin Provincial Park
Roderick I. MacKay

From Grey to Print

Huron-Wendat Sweat Baths
Allen Tyyska

A.J. Clark: A Life in Art and Archaeology
Martin S. Cooper and GeorgeW.J. Duncan

Book Reviews

Caribou Hunting in the Upper Great Lakes: Archaeological, Ethnographic, and Paleoenvironmental Perspectives (edited by Elizabeth Sonnenburg, Ashley K. Lemke, and John M. O’Shea) 

Rethinking Colonial Pasts Through Archaeology (edited by Neal Ferris, Rodney Harrison, and Michael V.Wilcox)

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