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Agawa Pictograph Site __ "One of the most famous pictograph sites in Canada is found in AGAWA BAY, within LAKE SUPERIOR PROVINCIAL PARK. The site's name in OJIBWA is Mazinaubikiniguning, which means "the adorned rock on Agawa Lake."  A brief article. - From thecanadianencyclopedia.com - http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0009893

Archaeological Sites __ List of Ontario archaeological sites with link to an overview of each, most with artifact galleries. - From utoronto.ca - http://anthropology.utoronto.ca/Exhibit/sites.htm

Archaeology - Ministry of Tourism - Ontario __ Learn about the legal requirements for archaeological research in Ontario. - From gov.on.ca - http://www.mtc.gov.on.ca/en/archaeology/archaeology.shtml

Archaeology in Ontario __ An encyclopedic article with links to additional resources. - From Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeology_in_Ontario

Aurora __ You will find an overview of the research and a gallery of artifacts. - illustrated - From utoronto.ca - http://anthropology.utoronto.ca/Exhibit/aurora.htm

Aurora Site, Wendat (Huron) Ancestral Village __ "The Aurora Site, also known as the "Old Fort," "Old Indian Fort," "Murphy Farm" or "Hill Fort" site, is a sixteenth-century Huron-Wendat ancestral village located on one of the headwater tributaries of the East Holland River on the north side of the Oak Ridges Moraine in present-day Whitchurch–Stouffville, approximately 30 kilometres north of Toronto."  An encyclopedic article with links to additional materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurora_Site,_Wendat_%28Huron%29_Ancestral_Village


The Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation __ Learn about Archaeology in Kingston and Eastern Ontario, Canada. - illustrated - From carf.info - http://www.carf.info/

Hamilton and Scourge -- Underwater Archaeology -- Hamilton and Niagara, Ontario, Canada __ An excellent overview of this historic site and the various shipwrecks found there. You will learn about research techniques and some of the problems of working in deep water. - illustrated - From hamilton-scourge.hamilton.ca - http://www.hamilton-scourge.hamilton.ca/ua-history.asp

History Briefs __ A general overview of what archaeology is and information about archaeology in Vaughan. Ontario. - illustrated - From city.vaughan.on.ca - http://www.city.vaughan.on.ca/tourism/history/hisbriefs2.cfm

Marine Archaeology - Save Ontario Shipwrecks __ "In most cases very little has been historically and archaeologically documented about the shipwrecks that lie in the waters off of Toronto. To date the only recorded detail survey performed has been by MARI on the Sligo. Other shipwrecks like the Julia B. Merrill have not been surveyed to date though there have been published sketch's of the wrecks. SCUBA divers have been visiting these wrecks for years yet there has been no detailed documentation recorded concerning the wreck and artifacts on them that has been make publicly available."  Learn why marine archaeologists are facing a deadline to get this work done. - From saveontarioshipwrecks.on.ca - http://www.saveontarioshipwrecks.on.ca/chapters/toronto/archaeology.htm

Museum of Ontario Archaeology __ "The Museum of Ontario Archaeology is a unique Canadian museum devoted to the study, display, and interpretation of the human occupation of Southwestern Ontario over the past 11,000 years."  Exhibits, programs, maps, volunteer information, more. - illustrated - From uwo.ca - http://www.uwo.ca/museum/index.html

Ontario Archaeological Society __ These are the home pages of the Ontario Archaeological Society from which you may access a wealth of information. - http://www.ontarioarchaeology.on.ca/

Ontario Archaeological Society - Regional Chapters __ Listing and contact information. - From ontarioarchaeology.on.ca - http://www.ontarioarchaeology.on.ca/chapters.php

Ontario Association of Professional Archaeologists __ "The Association of Professional Archaeologists seeks to integrate the concerns of archaeologists in Ontario from all avenues of employment including: administration, conservation, curation, consulting, education, research, and teaching and also seeks to ensure that issues and practices affecting archaeological resources are conducted within a commonly recognized set of standards."  Learn about the organization, their accomplishments and goals. - From apaontario.ca - http://www.apaontario.ca/


Rainy River Burial Mounds __ "The Rainy River Burial Mounds archaeological sites are located on the Canadian bank of the Rainy River in Ontario. They were built by the Laurel and Blackduck peoples between the early Christian era and the early historic period."  A brief article. - From thecanadianencyclopedia.com - http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0006665

Sustainable Archaeology __ "This initiative will launch archaeological studies in Canada into the Digital Age, curating raw data and enabling a new era of exploration and analysis of human history in Ontario, Canada."  Learn about the program and how it will effect Ontario archaeology. - From sustainablearchaeology.org - http://www.sustainablearchaeology.org/

Welcome to Old Kennaway __ Kennaway was a settlement in Haliburton County, Ontario. It began around 1860 and was abandoned in the 1930's. Learn about historical archaeology and the research at Kennaway. - illustrated - From University of Toronto - http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/history/material_culture/cmartine/

Welcome to the London Museum of Archaeology __ "The London Museum of Archaeology is a unique Canadian museum devoted to the study, display, and interpretation of the human occupation of Southwestern Ontario over the past 11,000 years. The Museum is located beside the Lawson Prehistoric Indian Village, a site occupied by the Neutral Indians in the 15th century A.D." You will find services, activities, displays, and events offered by the museum. - illustrated - From London Museum of Archaeology - http://www.uwo.ca/museum/


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