Closing Pandora’s Box: From Salvage Archaeology to In-Situ Preservation of Contact Period Aboriginal Sites in Ontario
Author(s): Jim Sherratt
The implementation of new policies in Ontario regarding archaeology signals a renewed commitment to in-situ preservation of archaeological sites in Ontario. The new policies provide opportunities for First Nations to participate in the decision making and for new partners in the effort to reverse the trend of mitigation of archaeological sites by excavation to a more sustainable model of in-situ preservation and conservation. This paper will explore the historical development and future directions of the archaeology of post contact Aboriginal sites in Ontario.
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- Society for Historical Archaeology 2014 •
- Archaeology and the Evolution of the Cultural Traditions of 16th-17th Century Wendat Sites
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Closing Pandora’s Box: From Salvage Archaeology to In-Situ Preservation of Contact Period Aboriginal Sites in Ontario. Jim Sherratt. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. 2014 ( tDAR id: 437310)