2 edition of Cow point: an archaic cemetery in New Brunswick. found in the catalog.
Cow point: an archaic cemetery in New Brunswick.
by National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Series||Mercury series, National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada. Paper, no. 12, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) ;, no. 12.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N46 S26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||74164591|
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Cow Point An Archaic Cemetery in New Brunswick4/5(1). A detailed description and analysis of an Archaic cemetary near Grand Lake, New by: 9. The purpose of this monograph is the description and interpretation of an Archaic burial site located in New Brunswick, Canada.
Although burial sites of the Moorehead complex have been discussed on numerous occasions, detailed accounts of the sites and the inclusions are lacking. Get this from a library. Cow point: an archaic cemetery in New Brunswick. [David Sanger] -- Analysis of a prehistoric cemetery of 60 burials, the burial pattern and the artifact inclusions.
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7 Peters Street. Cow Point Site Grand Lake, Queens County Constructed in B.C.E.; Designated Protected in The Maliseet People regard this year old cemetery as a sacred place for prayer, fasting and meditation.
A healing place, a power place and a sacred place, the burials site offers a spiritual and physical connection to their ancestors.
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largest of their kind ever reported from New Brunswick; and iii) several fragmentary ground-slate bayonets from the thoroughfare area at Grand Lake. The bayonet fragments show that Late Archaic burials were eroding from the Cow Point cemetery a century before David Sanger directed the National Museum of Canada’s salvage excavation of that site.
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Bourque () points out that Moorehead burials have not been found east of Cow Point, on the Saint John River. However, Allen () excavated what appears to be coastal Late Archaic cemetery at the Garish site, on a high terrace overlooking the junction of.
Continuity of Moorehead Phase Populations in New Brunswick and Maine. Proceedings of the Algonquian Conference, St. John's, pp. Sanger, D. Cow Point: an Archaic Cemetery in New Brunswick.
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