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December 1, 1978

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Students of the northwestern plains archaeological region have very limited and scattered amounts of historical and ethnographic records available to them for study. This lack has prompted us to develope a new organizational framework which synthesizes ethnohistoric data gathered from previous...


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September 1, 1978

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Occasional Paper No. 8 presents the results of the excavation of two of nine tipi rings at the Lazy Dog Tipi Ring site, a small tipi ring campsite on the northern fringe of the Northwestern Plains Cultural area in Central Alberta. Occasional Paper No. 9 reports on a second season of...


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January 1, 1978

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Salvage excavations were undertaken in 1974 at two sites, one prehistoric and one historic, in the Coal Creek – Grand Valley area west of Cochrane. These sites were to be impacted to varying degrees by the planned revisions of Highway 1a and Grand Valley Road. The prehistoric site was a multiple...


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January 1, 1978

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In this monograph the culture history of the Clearwater River Drainage Basin Area is examined. Drawing upon archaeological materials gathered during fieldwork involving basic survey and test excavations on three archaeological sites, along with supporting data from ethnohistorical sources and the...


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January 1, 1976

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Presents results of a 3-month survey made during the summer of 1975, in order to trace a section of the river, to inventory sites, and to outline the prehistoric character of the region.


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January 1, 1976

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An archaeological survey of the Caribou and Birch Mountains and portions of the Peace, Athabasca and Clearwater rivers in northern Alberta was directed at inventorying sites and assessing whether or not differential occupation of two ecologically dissimilar uplands had occurred. Greater usage of...


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May 18, 1973

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The methodology of environmental impact analyses incorporates the principle of subjective assessment of the impacts of the separate actions which comprise the project upon various factors of the environment. The significant factors relating to effects on the physical and chemical characteristics...