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Boys Site and the Early Ontario Iroquois Tradition

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124 pages3 hours

Summary

The tenth century Boys site (AiGs-Lo), a Pickering branch village of the early Ontario Iroquois tradition, provides data on settlement, trade, subsistence, and artifact patterns. Detailed comparisons with the earlier Pickering Miller site and the later Pickering Bennett site are presented and new data for chronological ordering and a number of unique features of this village are discussed.

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