2 edition of An archaeological survey along the north shore of Lake Superior found in the catalog.
An archaeological survey along the north shore of Lake Superior
Wright, J. V.
|Series||Canada. National Museum, Ottawa. Anthropology papers -- 3|
|LC Classifications||E78.O5 W74|
|The Physical Object|
In a few years the boom turned to bust, and the city died along with the dream that had given it life. On the next edition of ALBUM, Juli Kellner will tell the story of Rainy Lake City, and take a look at current archaeological efforts at the site. Album # Twin Ports' Connections: A Century of Bridges Between Duluth and Superior. Nations Iroquois along the north shore of Lake Ontario. In the late 17th and early 18th centuries, the Ojibwa of central northern Ontario began a remarkable expansion, ultimately pushing west to Lake of the Woods and northern Minnesota, and to the southeast where they spread over much of southern Ontario. Ojibwa bands, typically con-.
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Get this from a library. An archaeological survey along the north shore of Lake Superior. [J V Wright]. Cite this Record. A Cultural Resources Survey Along the North Shore of Lake Superior Between East Beaver Bay and Castle Danger, Minnesota.
et al. Watts. (tDAR id: ). Not surprisingly, the iron ore business has resulted in numerous archaeological resources, both on land and in the waters of Lake Superior.
From the earliest days of the Vermilion Range's production, accidents have occurred along the North Shore of Lake Superior, although the majority of the ships involved were recovered and returned to service.
In the northwestern Lake Superior Basin there is a similar pattern of numerous late Paleoindian (Piano) sites of the Lakehead Paleoindian complex (Fox,; Dawson, ; Julig, ,) found on or near beaches of an earlier, deeper stage of Lake Superior: Lake Minong (Fig.
Tidewater Atlantic Research, Inc., a, A Cultural Resources Survey along the North Shore of Lake Superior between East Beaver Bay and Castle Danger, Minnesota.
In Archaeological and Historical Studies of Minnesota’s Lake Superior Shipwrecks, edited by Scott F. by: 1. Bigony, Beatrice. Archaeological Survey of the Southern Shore of Lake Superior. Typescript. (Fitting Mss Box 3) A report on a survey to locate, record, and photography collections of artifact material to determine the nature and extent of former Indian occupation along the southern shore of Lake Superior.
Bigony, Beatrice. Contact Period An Overview of Contact Period Archaeology in Minnesota ( – ) The Contact Period is named for the initial contact between Europeans and Indians in Minnesota. It is a time dominated by the economy of fur trading, first by the French, then the British, and finally Americans.
Red sandstone deposits were quarried along the south shore of Lake Superior from towhen the prosperity of the copper and iron mining, lumbering, and shipping industries created a and subsequently published in a book titled Then and Now: The Changing Face of tile points while conducting an archaeological survey within theFile Size: 2MB.
North Shore of Lake Superior: Biographical sketches of individuals who explored or lived on the North Shore, Illustrations and maps of the North Shore, IF Research data on the North Shore, 4 folders. North Shore Historical Assembly, Martin, S.R., Wonderful Power, The Story of Ancient Copper Working in the Lake Superior Basin, Wayne State Univ.
Press, Detroit, (ISBN ) Trevelyan, A.M., Miskwabik, Metal of Ritual, Metallurgy in Precontact Eastern North America, U.
Press of Kentucky, Louisville, (ISBN ) The Great Lakes (French: les Grands-Lacs), also called the Laurentian Great Lakes and the Great Lakes of North America, are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes primarily in the upper mid-east region of North America, on the Canada–United States border, which connect to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence consist of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and : EPA.
The next notation of Lake Superior copper deposits is found in the books of the Jesuit missionaries for and The missionary, Father Claude Allouez, was perhaps the first white man who saw copper along the shore of Lake Superior.
Soon thereafter, missions. M y mother’s forebears, McCalls and McInnises, settled in the cradle of Long Point Bay on the north shore of Lake Erie in the s and early s.
I grew up about 20 miles away, still in Norfolk County, at the edge of the Great Norfolk Sand Plain about a metres from a long low hill, the remnants of the Great Galt Moraine, a glacial deposit left at the end of the last Ice Age. The coastal waters surrounding Grand Island, Michigan represent one of the most productive fisheries along the southern shore of Lake Superior.
Archaeological investigations of coastal settings. Paleo-Indians to the Lake Michigan shore. Archaeological records found along streams, rivers, and lakes dating from succeeding time periods are more abundant, furnishing ample evidence of the highly important place of natural waterways in the techniques of subsistence.
Surveying that long period of prehistoric Indian experience before the coming of. “An Archaeological Survey of the Tuscola State Game Area and Peripheral Public and Private Lands: Season.” Michigan Archaeologist 24 (June ): Eight new sites were located in a continuing archaeological survey of the upper reaches of the Cass River in Tuscola County.
The archaeological field survey of the project area was completed on March 8, by RECON archaeologist Harry Price and Native American Monitors. The survey area was inspected for evidence of archaeological materials such as flake debris, flaked and ground stone tools, ceramics, milling features, and human remains.
The entire project area was. Full text of "Archaeological studies of the Susquehannock Indians of Pennsylvania" See other formats. We documented the characteristics and locations of natural wood pieces (> m in diameter for a portion >1 m in length) in nine streams along the north shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota.
The "Turkey Trail" was the route along a narrow and twisting course in the North Channel followed by steamers servicing settlers on the north shore of Lake Huron.
This book, by Canadian historian Longhurst, looks at the passenger and package freight vessels that plied this route.
The ultimate guide to the pictographs of Agawa Rock and the Lake Superior area in general is the following book by Thor Conway – (click on his name to access his site) A YouTube poster, John Wanserski, has a very well done nine-minute video of the Agawa Rock pictographs, complete with the visuals of the trail to get there from the highway.The Late Palaeo-Indian Lakehead Complex of western Lake Superior shows a strong association with abandoned shoreline features of glacial Lake Minong and surface exposures of Gunflint Formation (taconite) bedrock.
Regional occupation has been dated relative to Lake Minong, and provides for initial occupation no earlier than 9, to 9, b.p.passengers and freight along the north shore from Duluth to Forth William with stops at Isle Royale docks from until The ship went down on the night of June 7,in the North Gap coming out of Washington Harbor.
All crew and passengers were rescued with the .