5 edition of Archaeology in Alberta found in the catalog.
Archaeology in Alberta
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|Statement||Jack W. Brink, John F. Dormaar, editors.|
|Contributions||Brink, Jack., Dormaar, J. F. 1930-, Archaeological Society of Alberta.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A34 A69 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||2005362757|
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OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: List of table --List of figures --A review of archaeology in Alberta in / Paul Donahue --Alberta homestead archaeology: some thoughts about present research and future needs / Heinz Pyszczyk --Parks Canada archaeology in Alberta, / Ian Sumpter, Rod Pickard, Darly Fedje, James White, Lynda Gullason.
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Archaeological investigations in Alberta, --Historic resources assessment, Fort Chipewyan III,project c --Alberta Forest Service campground survey, Northwestern Alberta, permit ; and Alberta Provincial Parks Branch survey, Northwestern Alberta,permit --The Upper Peace.
Two worlds meet --The mystery of the ice-free corridor --Buffalo hunting on Alberta's plains --Archaeology of the Plains Indians: Head-Smashed-In [Aboriginal or Native peoples, First Nations] --Prehistoric life in the Northern Forests --Muskeg to Microblades, the Northern people --Historical archaeology of Alberta --Legacy of the First Albertans.
Part of Alberta Culture’s Occasional Paper series, Archaeology in Alberta was an annual publication that highlighted and reported on research activities undertaken in Alberta during the year, emphasizing those investigations which yielded new contributions to the knowledge of archaeology in the province or which constituted continuations of existing investigations.
The Archaeological Society of Alberta (ASA) comprises over members living across Alberta and beyond. There are six Centres (Calgary, Bodo, Lethbridge, Red Deer, Southeastern and Strathcona), each with their own elected officials.
These Centres host a variety of speaker series, workshops, fieldtrips, and other archaeological events. Professional qualifications. All archaeological investigations in Alberta must be conducted by a professional who meets the minimum requirements set out under the Archaeological and Palaeontological Research Permit Regulation.
Prior to applying for their first permit in Alberta, an archaeologist must request a review of their qualifications by emailing the Director, Archaeological. OCLC Number: Description: v, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Archaeological Survey of Alberta field activities, --Archaeological survey of Northern Alberta --A synopsis of the Boreal Highways archaeological survey --Archaeological reconniassance --Alberta Transportation Highway Construction Program: transitional Parkland and Southern Boreal Forest.
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Winner, Scholarly and Academic Book of the Year, Book Publishers Association of Alberta About the Editor For more than twenty years, Brian M. Ronaghan served in a research and regulatory compliance role with the Government of Alberta, most recently as director of the Archaeological Survey.
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This book was a collaborative effort between current and former employees of the Historic Resources Management Branch and the Royal Alberta Museum, researchers at the University of Alberta, members of Alberta’s archaeological consulting community, and Athabasca University Press.
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Cite this Record. Archaeology in Alberta - David Burley. Occasional paper,1. Alberta: Archaeological Survey of Alberta. (tDAR id: ).Archaeology and Prehistory of Southern Alberta as Reflected by Ceramics: Volume 1 Book Description: This three volume monograph contains a detailed review of the aboriginal ceramics of southern Alberta, as well as an interpretation of late prehistoric, protohistoric and ethnohistoric developments on the Canadian Plains as reflected by an.Ancient Origins articles related to Alberta in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.
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