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Archaeological Investigations at Upper Fort Garry, 1978

This article is about the north gate of mid-1850s Upper Fort Garry. The excavation of this gate is discussed, with studies on the roadway, features, the North Palisade, a summary and discussions and recommendations. There are photographs and profile drawings.
Priess, Peter J.. 1980. Archaeological Investigations at Upper Fort Garry, 1978. Ottawa:Environment Canada, Parks Service. [ Research bulletin (31pp.)(FNHSC, MM, PC) ]
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Archaeological Investigations in Conjunction with the Main/Norwood Project

This report on investigations in areas affected by the bridge project consists of 3 reports: 2 impact assessments – for CN Grade Separation Relocation and Fort Garry Curling Club Location – and one monitoring operation at the Bell Avenue Location. The 543 artifacts recovered date from Contact/Protocontact, later Blackduck tradition/Rainy River Composite (AD 1650-1770) to early 20th century, representing the following categories: Precontact lithics, ceramics; floral and faunal remains; architectural objects; lighting elements; communication; food procurement; commerce; clothing; recreation; adornment; transportation; glass and ceramic storage and ornamental containers; dinnerware; detritus. Stratigraphy is discussed in detail at each location. Appendices include an artifact catalogue.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 1994. Archaeological Investigations in Conjunction with the Main/Norwood Project. Winnipeg:Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. [ CRM monograph report (81pp)(HRB, MM) ]
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Site de fouilles
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Archaeological Mitigation at the Travel Manitoba Idea Centre at The Forks

Report on mitigation during which 5 archaeological strata were encountered. A total of 1375 artifacts were recovered, representing the following categories: lithic; ceramic; faunal and floral remains. Occupation is associated with Plains Woodland ceramic cultures during the Late Woodland period, and the date is estimated at ca. AD 1550±200. Stratigraphy is discussed in detail. Appendices include an artifact catalogue.

Note that after reconstruction, some vessels were re-identified as Avonlea (ca. AD 300-700), see Speidel, Paul, 1996.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 1994. Archaeological Mitigation at the Travel Manitoba Idea Centre at The Forks. Winnipeg:Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. Prepared for Travel Manitoba, Manitoba Industry Trade and Tourism. [ CRM report (22pp)(TFNP, HRB, MM) ]
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Archaeological Mitigation For The Canadian Museum For Human Rights At The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 2013. Archaeological Mitigation For The Canadian Museum For Human Rights At The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg:Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg. Prepared for Submitted to PCL Constructors Canada Inc.. [ CRM monograph report (862pp.) (CMHR, TF-NP) ]
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Archaeological Mitigation of the CanWest Global Park Baseball Facility

Mitigation of baseball facility construction yielded a total of 86,852 artifacts. Precontact artifacts recovered from two levels include: lithic tools; ceramics representative of Bird Lake, Rainy River, Plains Woodland, and Oneota-like styles; and faunal and floral remains. Postcontact artifacts fall under the following categories: architectural objects; lighting and manufacturing equipment; communication; food processing; clothing; recreation; transportation; unknown; faunal remains; containers including storage, cooking, and ornamental; glass and ceramic dinnerware. Stratigraphy is detailed by layer, and a discussion of land use covers Precontact (4000 BC-AD 1737), Fur Trade (AD 1737-1860), Immigration and Industrial (1860-1900), and Urban (1900-1970) Periods.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 2000. Archaeological Mitigation of the CanWest Global Park Baseball Facility. Winnipeg:Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. [ CRM monograph report (127pp)(HRB, MM) ]
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Archaeological Mitigation of the Johnston Terminal Refurbishment Project

Mitigation of construction during refurbishment of the Johnston Terminal encountered archaeological horizon associated with the 3000-year-old Archaic Period. Stratigraphy and two hearth features are discussed. The 12,754 artifacts recovered were analyzed by material types lithic, floral, and faunal. A catalogue of artifacts is included in the appendices.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. Archaeological Mitigation of the Johnston Terminal Refurbishment Project. Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. [ CRM monograph report (100pp)(TFNP, HRB, MM) ]
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Archaeological Mitigation, Monitoring And Salvage At The Canadian Museum For Human Rights, Winnipeg, Manitoba

McLeod, David, and Stantec Consulting Ltd. 2013. Archaeological Mitigation, Monitoring And Salvage At The Canadian Museum For Human Rights, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg:PCL Constructors Inc., Winnipeg. Prepared for Prepared for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.. [ CRM monograph report (809pp.) (CMHR, TF-NP) ]
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Archaeological Monitoring & Mitigation of the CN Rail Overpass Reconstruction - Mile 0.40 Rivers Subdivision P.D. No.94-32

Monitoring of excavations yielded 1347 artifacts from early 20th century deposits (1900s to ca. 1950), a leather coat from the Homestead Period (1860s to 1880s), and 9789 artifacts from two Protocontact (ca. AD 1650 to 1740) horizons. Artifacts represent the following categories: lithics; architectural objects; lighting and manufacturing equipment; medicine; communication; food procurement and processing; clothing; transportation; trade goods, adornment; recreation; faunal and floral remains; glass, wooden and ceramic storage, cooking, ornamental, toiletry, and waste containers; glass and ceramic dinnerware. Stratigraphy is detailed by layer, and appendices include artifact catalogues from recoveries east and west of Main Street.
Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 1995. Archaeological Monitoring & Mitigation of the CN Rail Overpass Reconstruction - Mile 0.40 Rivers Subdivision P.D. No.94-32. Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. Prepared for Submitted to Reid Crowther & Partners Ltd.. [ CRM monograph report (266pp)(HRB, MM) ]
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Archaeological Monitoring and Impact Assessment Component of The Forks Heritage Plaza Project

Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. 1003. Archaeological Monitoring and Impact Assessment Component of The Forks Heritage Plaza Project. Winnipeg:Quaternary Consultants Ltd.. [ CRM report (54pp)(HRB, MM) ]
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Archaeological Monitoring and Mitigation of the Assiniboine Riverfront Quay

Monitoring of construction on the north bank of the Assiniboine River between the Lowline and Highline Railway Bridges yielded 32, 203 artifacts. The 1620 artifacts recovered from upper historic horizons were mainly Railroad Period (1888-1988) from the following categories: architectural objects; lighting and manufacturing equipment; communication; food procurement and processing; commerce; clothing; recreation; adornment; transportation; detritus; faunal remains; metal, glass and ceramic storage containers and dinnerware. Companies, suppliers, trade and commerce are discussed. Archaic (dated levels ca. 900 & 300 BC) and Woodland (dated level ca. AD 1200) Period cultural recoveries include: features; lithics; flora and fauna; and stratigraphy.
Kroker, Sid, and Pam Goundry. 1993. Archaeological Monitoring and Mitigation of the Assiniboine Riverfront Quay. Winnipeg:The Forks Renewal Corporation. [ CRM monograph report (217pp. plus Appendix D: artifact catalogue 254pp.)(TFNP pdf, MM) ]
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Site de fouilles
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