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Agriculture in the Red River Colony, Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 30
December 1948. Agriculture in the Red River Colony, Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 30 . [ pp. 304-21 ].
An Analysis of Bottle Glass from Upper Fort Garry
1988. An Analysis of Bottle Glass from Upper Fort Garry. Winnipeg:Student paper on file, Manitoba Museum. [ Student paper (43pp)(MM) ].
An Archaeological Survey of Metropolitan Winnipeg, 1968 and 1969
This article discusses the four excavations (one in the area of The Forks) conducted as a result of the survey over two seasons in 1968-1969. The sites, as well as excavation methods and recovered artifacts (from both Pre- and Postcontact Periods) are described. Each excavation is summarized, and recommendations on future research are presented. Maps and photographs of the artifacts are included.
An Historical Assessment of Four Structures in the Canadian National Railways East Yards, Winnipeg, Manitoba
This is an assessment of historical and architectural significance of the National Cartage Building (now the Johnston Terminal), the Canadian Northern Cartage Company Stable and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Stable (now joined as The Forks Market), and the Northern Pacific and Manitoba Engine House and Roundhouse (now The Manitoba Children’s Museum).
An Inventory of Pre-1880 Historical Resources in the City of Winnipeg
1980. An Inventory of Pre-1880 Historical Resources in the City of Winnipeg. Winnipeg..
Analysis of Botanical Samples from The Forks, Winnipeg
1989. Analysis of Botanical Samples from The Forks, Winnipeg. Ottawa:Historic Resource Conservation Branch, National Historic Parks and Sites Directorate. Prepared for Prepared for Mary Ann-Tisdale and Kevin Lunn, Archaeological Services, Prairie Region. [ (PC) ].
Archaeology and Flood Deposits at The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The topic of this paper is how the flooding of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers has long and short term effects on topography, flora and fauna. The floods of 1826,1852, 1861 and 1882 are discussed, along with the Northwest Company’s Fort Gibraltar I and the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Experimental Farm. There are photographs and drawings of stratigraphy.
Archaic Occupations at The Forks. Winnipeg: The Forks Public Archaeology Association
Contributions by 10 authors detail the 1992-3 public archaeology investigations of the 2300-2200-year-old and 3000-year-old occupation horizons, plus a discussion of the Fur Trade Period (1737-1821) and Hudson’s Bay Flour Mill complex (1874-1907). A brief historical background covers the First Inhabitants (8000 BC-AD 1737) including Archaic (3000 BC-AD 1) and Woodland (AD 1-1737); Contact (1737-1821) including Fort Gibraltar I (1810-1816); Transition (1821-1870); Industrialization and Immigration (1870-1888); and Railway (1888-1988). Analysis covers operations; stratigraphy and features; dendrochronological dating of oak pilings; lithic artifacts; charcoal and seeds; fauna; fish remains; shellfish and snail recoveries.
Archbishop A.-A. Taché of St. Boniface: The "good fight" and the Illusive vision
2003. Archbishop A.-A. Taché of St. Boniface: The "good fight" and the Illusive vision. Edmonton. ..