The Archaeology of the Grandview Site: A Fifteenth Century Iroquoian Community on the North Shore of Lake Ontario

OAS Arch Notes, New Series Volume 8, Issue 5, September/October 2003
Ronald F. Williamson, Shaun J. Austin and Stephen Cox Thomas

The excavation and analysis of the Grandview site has shed important new light on the Iroquoian settlement of the north shore of Lake Ontario. Based on the results of the ceramic analysis, Grandview is estimated to have been occupied primarily during the early Late Iroquoian period (ca. A.D. 1400-1450.)

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