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Estuary Bison Pound site in southwestern Saskatchewan

Gary F. Adams

Estuary Bison Pound site in southwestern Saskatchewan

by Gary F. Adams

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

    Subjects:
  • Buffalo jump,
  • Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan -- Antiquities,
  • Saskatchewan -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGary F. Adams.
    SeriesMercury series, Paper / Archaeological Survey of Canada -- no. 68, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) -- no. 68
    ContributionsArchaeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination197 p. :
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14722997M

    Some of the data he looked at came from sites such as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump near Fort Macleod, the Bodo Bison Skull site northeast of Calgary near the Saskatchewan border, and the Estuary Bison Pound, in southwestern Saskatchewan.   Some of the data he looked at came from sites such as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump near Fort Macleod, the Bodo Bison Skull site northeast of Calgary near the Saskatchewan border, and the Estuary.

    This HRIA located and evaluated eight precontact sites on the slopes. Mitigative excavations were carried out of four of these sites. EgPn, EgPn and EgPn are campsites and EgPn is a bison pound. Soft Cover, pages, ISBN The Miniota Site, An Avonlea Component in Southwestern Manitoba (Volume 3). The Estuary Bison Pound Site in Southwestern Saskatchewan. Archaeological Survey of Canada, Paper National Museums of Canada, Ottawa. Tipi Rings in Southern Alberta: The Alkali Creek Site, Lower Red Deer River. Occasional Paper 9. Archaeological Survey of Alberta. Adams, Karen, and Robert Gasser.

    Medicine wheels, a circle shape often depicted with four quadrants, represent the interconnectivity of one’s being. Each quadrant, illustrated by a different colour, represents different aspect of Indigenous life —from direction to medicines found in nature, to life stages to . S ince , Estuary has been a place that has stirred fiery passion for William Wardill, a retired postmaster, former mayor of Eatonia, and now accomplished author and historian. During one blustery December night that year, he was considering marrying a young woman from the town. While love may have been blooming, the town - once a prairie dry belt railway settlement with .


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Estuary Bison Pound site in southwestern Saskatchewan by Gary F. Adams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excavations in and reveal two major occupation levels at the Estuary Bison Pound site, located near the head of a large coulee on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just below its confluence with the Red Deer River. They present strong evidence to suggest that the Old Women’s phase developed from the Avonlea by: 3.

The Estuary Bison Pound site in Southwestern Saskatchewan (National Museum of Man mercury series) [Gary F Adams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. The estuary bison pound site in Southwestern Saskatchewan. [Gary F Adams; Diamond Jenness] -- Masters thesis, University of Saskatchewan, describing excavations at the Estuary Bison Pound site in and A.

Estuary Bison Pound Site in Southwestern Saskatchewan Book Description: Excavations in and reveal two major occupation levels at the Estuary Bison Pound site, located near the head of a large coulee on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just below its confluence with the Red Deer River.

The Estuary Bison Pound site is located near the head of a large coulee on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just below its confluence with the Red Deer River. Excavations in and re­vealed two major occupation by: 3.

The Estuary Bison Pound site in southwestern Saskatchewan. By Gary F. Adams. Abstract. The Estuary Bison Pound site is located near the head of a large coulee on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just below its confluence with the Red Deer River.

Excavations in and re­vealed two major occupation levels. The estuary bison pound site in Southwestern Saskatchewan Gary F.

Adams (Mercury series = Collection Mercure) (Paper / Archaeological Survey of Canada = Dossier / Commission archéologique du Canada, no. 68) National Museums of Canada, The Estuary Bison Pound Site In Southwestern Saskatchewan Gary F. Adams Anthropology and Archaeology Thesis (M.A.)--University of Saskatchewan, More information (Rating:Votes: 0, Reviews: 0) Reviews | Rate It | Add to Favourites.

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# TBT – The Estuary Bison Pound (EfOk) Text and pictures from: “The Estuary Bison Pound Site in Southwestern Saskatchewan” by Gary F. Adams (). The Estuary Bison Pound site is located near the head of a large coulee on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just below its confluence with the Red Deer River.

The estuary bison pound site in Southwestern Saskatchewan. By: ADAMS, Gary F. Price: $ Publisher: Ottawa, National Museums of Canada: The Estuary Bison Pound Site in Southwestern Saskatchewan Gary F. Adams Archaeoloical Survey of Canada Annual Review and A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis Peter George Ramsden The Majorville Cairn and Medicine Wheel Site, Alberta James M.

Calder The Development of Caribou Eskimo Culture Brenda L. Clark. The tiny community of Claydon, Sask., isn't exactly a tourism mecca but it has bison roaming the grasslands of the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area to the west.

Ramsey, Allyson M. () The Melhagen Site: A Besant Bison Kill in South Central Saskatchewan. Unpublished Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan. Estuary is a hamlet in Deer Forks Rural Municipality No. Saskatchewan, Canada.

Nothing or very little remains of the former village ofbut a private residence and a pioneer cemetery on a small hill known as Cemetery Hill, overlooking the South Saskatchewan River.

Masters thesis, University of Saskatchewan, describing excavations at the Estuary Bison Pound site in and A Diamond Jeness memorial volume.

Summary in French. xii, p.: ill. ; 28 cm. Mercury series.; Paper (Archaeological Survey of. 3. Chestnut-collared longspur in Saskatchewan.

At the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area in southwestern Saskatchewan, NCC staff and volunteers are working to make the conservation area’s bison fence more bird-friendly.

The fence used for the native herd of plains bison that live on the land poses a risk to small birds. The big draw to the area in southwest Saskatchewan is a herd of about 80 bison that were reintroduced to the area nearly 15 years ago.

Women’s sites include the Gull Lake bison jumps, the Estuary bison trap, the Walter Felt site, the Garratt site, the Sjovold site, and the Tschetter bison trap. As can be seen from this list of sites, bison jumps and traps were still used by Old Women’s people for hunting bison.

Following the Old Women’s culture is.I saw dozens of bison in Grasslands National Park, Southwest Saskatchewan, on a recent visit to the area. While some herds were only distant hillside specks, several bison bulls loitered on the native prairie along the park's main Ecotour Road, watching — or ignoring us — from a.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is adding five new bison bulls to a herd in southwest Saskatchewan. The bison have been released into the Old Man on His Back Prairie Heritage Conservation area in the Rural Municipality of Frontier. The bulls were added to maintain the health of the herd.