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The Archaeology of the Parsons Site: A Fifty Year Perspective

In the late 1980s, there arose an opportunity to address the lack of published data on the Parsons site, when a proposed watermain route threatened the site. In order to mitigate the impacts that the project would cause, Archaeological Services Inc. was retained by The Metropolitan Works Department, Engineering Division to conduct excavations. This report constitutes the final account of the Parsons research. See a summary of the importance of this Iroquoian village, written by Lanna Crucefix, a previous field archaeologist interested in Public Archaeology.

Available from the Ontario Archaeological Society.


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