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Fish remains from Ontario Indian sites 700 to 2500 years old

Don E. McAllister

Fish remains from Ontario Indian sites 700 to 2500 years old

by Don E. McAllister

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Published by National Museum of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fish remains (Archaeology) -- Ontario -- Saugeen River,
  • Paleontology -- Ontario -- Saugeen River.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.E. McAllister.
    SeriesNatural history papers / National Museum of Canada -- no. 17, Natural history papers (National Museum of Canada) -- no .17
    ContributionsNational Museum of Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE851 M25
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19366223M

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Fish remains from Ontario Indian sites 700 to 2500 years old by Don E. McAllister Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Archeologists say they believe they have found a much older weir in an area that could have been a village. This is a list of National Historic Sites (French: Lieux historiques nationaux) in the province of are sites designated in Ontario, 39 of which are administered by Parks Canada (identified below and on the cluster pages listed below by the beaver icon).Of all provinces and territories, Ontario has the greatest number of National Historic Sites, and the largest number under.

Stanford and Bradley maintain that sites dating betw years ago, namely the offshore Cinmar site, Meadowcroft Rock Shelter in Pennsylvania, Oyster Cove on the Chesapeake Bay,Cactus Hill in Virginia, and the Miles Point site have tool kits not found in Siberia.

They claim that tools at these site resemble Solutrean tools, not. Data compiled for the database were also used to prepare a book entitled Handbook of Ontario Freshwater Fishes including adjacent Great Lakes.

This handbook contains current information pertaining to life history, habitat, size and age, distribution, status, reproduction and nomenclature for species, 3 subspecies and 2 established hybrids. A dig of around 18 locations on the occupied land uncovered stones left behind by nomadic hunting groups thousands of years ago and the remains of an year-old longhouse, complete with refuse.

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Wikimedia Commons. The first vertebrates on the planet, prehistoric fish lay at the root of hundreds of millions of years of animal evolution. On the following slides, you'll find pictures and detailed profiles of over 30 different fossil fish, ranging from Acanthodes to Xiphactinus.

Hunters and Gatherers is a series looking at hunting and fishing in northern Ontario, how Indigenous rights can divide people, how some northerners find ways to share the resources and what. Welcome to Old Maps Online, the easy-to-use gateway to historical maps in libraries around the world.

Find a place Browse the old maps. Share on. One group called the claim by the Taiaiako'n Historical Preservation Society — that a 3,year-old section of the park contained human remains — a. Pottery fragments from a 2, year old vessel found in Of particular interest, a petrofrom, or an arrangement of stones that denote a special use area, was also uncovered.

Speculation that is may have been part of a burial ritual was substantiated by the discovery of mica dust and red ochre, sprinkled over the buried dead and the remains. A million-year old fish fossil uncovered in the Canadian Arctic has revealed a key link in the evolution of fins to feet.

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Perhaps ‘Grandfather Long-tail’, or something like him is linked to the Red Horse Portage site in Charleston Lake Provincial Park, near Kingston, Ontario, where the remains of 46 pottery vessels – some of them almost whole – were discovered on two underwater ledges 9 and 18 m below the surface (Wright ).

These vessels represent a. The book says that trout and salmon eat Alewives. Alewives apparently displace native small fishes like Perch and Cisco. Lake Ontario also interferes with the Alewives. For some reason, these small fish are not well suited to sudden changes in water temperature or in the amount of oxygen in the water.

Indians of the Columbia River Basin were salmon fishers. Salmon spawned as far inland as the headwaters of the Columbia River, 1, miles from the ocean and were an important food to the people who lived along the river, and also to those who traveled far to trade for fish at established fisheries like those at Kettle Falls and Celilo Falls.

By about 1, years ago, Northwest Indians were. According to consensus in modern genetics, anatomically modern humans first arrived on the Indian subcontinent from Africa betw years ago. However, the earliest known human remains in India date to 30, years ago.

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