ASI has been involved in a massive archaeological project surrounding the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie, Ontario. Hidden below the surface of the roads, sidewalks, lawns and parking lots were over a million artifacts representing the lives of Indigenous peoples. Around 1800 B.C. the Niagara Frontier hosted one of the largest stone-tool workshops and trading centres in the Great Lakes region.
In the Shadow of the Bridge: The Archaeology of the Peace Bridge Site (AfGr-9), 1994-1996 Investigations, is a compilation of numerous technical reports describing the investigation of archaeological deposits covering 24 hectares and 3000 years of occupation in Fort Erie.
Learn more about the Peace Bridge Site.