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Index to the library holdings of the Ontario Archaeological Society, 1967

Charles Garrad

Index to the library holdings of the Ontario Archaeological Society, 1967

by Charles Garrad

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Published by Ontario Archaeological Society in Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Ontario Archaeological Society. -- Library -- Catalogs

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    Cover title.

    Statementcompiled by Chas. Garrad.
    SeriesSpecial publication (Ontario Archaeological Society)
    ContributionsOntario Archaeological Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ 664 O5 G23 1967
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 leaves ;
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18523509M

    Annual Archæological Report by Ontario Archaeological Museum (Toronto), David Boyle, Roland B. Orr, Dept. of Education, Ontario, Provincial Archaeological Museum (Ont. Publication date Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to . The name of the museum appears in these reports in various forms, and sometimes does not appear at all: /97, , Ontario Archaeological Museum; , /11, , Provincial Museum; Ontario Provincial Museum.

    The Ontario Archaeological Society is a registered charitable organization promoting the ethical practice of archaeology within the Province of Ontario, is a public and professional society formed in The Society produces a peer-reviewed journal Ontario arters are located in the Ashbridge Estate in the east end of Toronto with regional chapters throughout Ontario. A guide to the collections of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario, compiled by Nick G. Forte ; edited and with an introduction by Gabriele Scardellato. Toronto Public Library.

    Illustrated historical atlas of Oxford County, Ontario. G O94 W34 A Illustrated historical atlas of the counties of Oxford, by Walker & Miles, , and Brant, by Page & Smith, / compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys ; editor, Ross Cumming. Illustrated historical atlas of the County of Elgin, Ontario / Author: compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys by H.R. Page & Co. [Edited by Ross Cumming]. --Publication info: Stratford [Ont.]: Cumming Atlas Reprints, , Format: Book.


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Index to the library holdings of the Ontario Archaeological Society, 1967 by Charles Garrad Download PDF EPUB FB2

A special publication, "Index to the Library Holdings of the Ontario Archaeological Society, ?", is now ready for distribution to the mem-bership and should be in the mail within the next few days. This publica-tion, prepared by Mr. Charles Garrad, our Librarian, is a cross-indexed list of publications now in the O.A.S.

library. cient funds are available (The Society has petitioned the Ontario Govern-ment for a grant to assist in the publication of archaeological reports, but the outcome is still in doubt as Arch-Notes goes to press).

As a member society, the O.A.S. has been advised that the meeting of the Eastern States Archeological Federation (E.S.A.F.) will. Historic Ontario / Author: [compiled by the Dept. of Public Records and Archives ; illustrated by William Kettlewell]. --Publication info: Toronto: Dept. of Tourism and Information, [?].

Format: Book, Government Document. Government of Ontario to assist the Society in publishing archaeological field reports. With expenses of $1, and additional receipts of | since the previous meeting, this left us with a bank balance of {l, on March 19th - sufficient to authorize the printing of another issue of Ontario Archaeology (Publication No.

11). Abstract: Historic Site Archaeology in Ontario. The Functions of a Fur Trade Centre. Address at the Annual Meeting of the Ontario Archaeological Society Conference on Underwater Archaeology-Trade Goods.

Some Approaches to the Problem of Identification of Historical Materials. European Trade Goods Distributed to the. The Local History & Genealogy room is open the same hours as the library.

The branch holdings include: Over books, Including references, indexes, histories, genealogies, transcriptions, registers, lineages, and more. The book collection is accessible by searching the Richmond Hill Public Library Catalogue.

Call numbers end in “OGS” and. Ontario Archaeological Society arker ' [email protected] Director ofPublications Eva MacDonald ' [email protected] Executive Director Jo Holden [email protected] Publications Editors, Ontario Archaeology Susan Jamieson, David Robertson, Andrew Stewart [email protected] Editor, Arch.

ward them to the Ontario Archaeology Editorial Board for consideration. Finally, I would like to inform the membership that the Ontario Archaeological Society's Ontario Archaeology Endowment Fund is the ptoud and grateful recipient of a bequest from the estate of Robert G.

Mayer of$10, This is the single largest donation ever received from. Ontario Archaeological Society website: Wednesday, Febru Dr.

Steven Dorland, Ph.D, University of Toronto and Daniel Ionico,McMaster University. Hey Teacher. Leave Those Kids Alone!: A Communities of Practice Approach to Ceramic Traditions in the Lower Great Lakes. New Brunswick, index to urban and resource mapping / Land Registration and Information Service.

TA N4 C68 Land surveys of southern Ontario: an introduction and index to the field notebooks of the Ontario land surveyors, / [by] Louis Gentilcore [and] Kate Donkin. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Annual Archaeological Report by Ontario Archaeological Museum (Toronto), Dept. of Education, Ontario Dept. of Education, David Boyle, Ontario, Provincial Archaeological Museum (Ont.), Roland B. Orr, Provincial. Library. The collection is particularly strong in the fields of the Canadian Arctic, ornithology, systematics and taxonomy.

Our collection specializes in the subject areas of interest to the museum, including biology, biodiversity, botany, conservation and care of collections, ecology, mineral sciences, natural history, wildlife and zoology.

5 issued without series title or number. 6 called also ser. A, no. 5; no. called also ser. B, no. Title varies: no. 1, Ontario archaeologist, v. Unveiling of the Auld Kirk Cemetery Plaque.

CA BWGPL LHC-Scot; Item; ; Article on the Auld Kirk Cemetery plaque unveiling to take place the. The Ontario Archaeological Society, Inc The Ontario Archaeological Society, founded inis a registered charitable institution.

The aims of the Society are: 1. To bring together individuals interested in archaeology, particularly in the province of Ontario. To foster, elevate and advance archaeology in the fields of learning and culture 3.

Designation handbook: a guide to procedures under part IV of The Ontario heritage act, / [Ministry of Culture and Recreation, Heritage Conservation Division]. FC O Annual review: archaeology / Donald Macleod.

Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Ontario history, Volumes Ontario history, Volumes by Ontario Historical Society. Publisher Kraus Reprint Co., Collection. Includes: Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education, Ontario.

catalogue key. "Before Ontario there was ice. As the last ice age came to an end, land began to emerge from the melting glaciers. With time, plants and animals moved into the new landscape and people followed.

For alm years, the land that is now Ontario has provided a home for their descendants: hundreds of generations of First Peoples.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Annual Archæological Report by Ontario Archaeological Museum (Toronto), David Boyle, Roland B. Orr, Dept. of Education, Ontario, Provincial Archaeological Museum (Ont.

Journals & magazines. See Archaeology: SFU Library Databases for a list of databases subscribed to by the SFU Library which contain articles. You may also want to view database lists such as Biological Sciences, Geography, Indigenous Studies, etc.

as appropriate for your specific research topic. Site reports. For information on a specific site, try searching.Founded inThe Ontario Historical Society is a non-profit corporation and registered charity; a non-government group bringing together people of all ages, all walks of life and all cultural backgrounds interested in preserving some aspect of Ontario’s history."The challenges provided by The Archaeology Workbook are vastly superior to many routine exercises commonly used to show how archaeologists think and work.

This modest, well-constructed, and frequently funny paperback can be strongly recommended to anyone teaching beginning archaeology. May there be many editions!"-- American Antiquity.