25 Results Found
North/South Access Road Archaeological Impact Assessment
This report details monitoring of Geo-Technical drilling and exploratory excavation, which recovered a total of 1546 artifacts. Precontact artifacts represent the following categories: ceramic; lithic; faunal remains; hearth feature; and a single human skull bone (unrelated to burial, estimated to be 400 years old). Blackduck and southwestern Manitoba ceramic traditions are identified, with an occupation estimated at 700 or 800 years ago. Postcontact artifacts dating between the late 1800s to 1920s include: architectural objects; glass and ceramic storage containers; clothing; lighting equipment; smoking equipment; recreation; transportation; faunal remains. Stratigraphy is presented. Appendices include data tables and an artifact catalogue.
Preliminary Report on Archaeological Investigations in Bonnycastle Park, (Upper Fort Garry), 1982
This is a second report on an excavation in Bonnycastle Park, discussing early historic Upper Fort Garry (1835-1895) and late historic post-Upper Fort Garry. Three cobble and mortar alignments were found to be wall foundations. Two log structures were identified as a privy pit (outhouse), dating to the occupation of the 6th Regiment of Foot, 1846-1848. The pits contained rich deposits of organic materials (including plant remains) in water-saturated matrixes. There are charts and drawings of the stratigraphy, artifact lists and plant analysis.
1983. Preliminary Report on Archaeological Investigations in Bonnycastle Park, (Upper Fort Garry), 1982. Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly. 7(4): 3-29. . [ Journal article (FNHSC, MM) ].
Preliminary Report on Archaeological Investigations in Bonnycastle Park, (Upper Fort Garry), 1983
Progress Report on Monk's East Yards Research, 1988, Volumes 1 & 2
1989. Progress Report on Monk's East Yards Research, 1988, Volumes 1 & 2. Winnipeg. Prepared for Progress Report for the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. [ Research report (21pp. plus artifact catalogue)(MM) ].
The East Yards Archaeological Project, 1988 and 1990: Final Report. Manitoba Archaeological Journal
W The East Yards Archaeological report discusses the economic and social evolution of the Red River Settlement. Included is: an Introduction, History of Investigation, Methods, Stratification, Features (The cellar, The Sea of Brick), Chronology, Recoveries (artifacts, faunal), Conclusion, Acknowledgements and References. There are Figures (maps, artifact photos, drawings) and Tables (stratum, trenches, ceramics, fauna, glass, metal, pipes, clothing).