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2 edition of Surface ceramics from Southern Indian Lake, northern Manitoba found in the catalog.

Surface ceramics from Southern Indian Lake, northern Manitoba

Wayne E. Wiersum

Surface ceramics from Southern Indian Lake, northern Manitoba

by Wayne E. Wiersum

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Published by University of Winnipeg Press in Winnipeg .
Written in English

  • Pottery -- Manitoba.,
  • Indian pottery -- North America.,
  • Manitoba -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wayne E. Wiersum [and] David K. Riddle. Editor: Oscar L. Mallory.
    SeriesWinnipeg. University. Churchill Diversion Archaeological Project. Technical report -- no. 3.
    ContributionsRiddle, David K.
    LC ClassificationsE78.M25 W5 no.3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16604336M

    Norway House The Norway House Cree Nation (population 4, in ) is located at the northern end of Lake Jack River 1 empties into Little Playgreen Lake 2 that empties into the upper part of the Nelson of the land on the photo lies within the First Nation, but a small area in the west is outside it (the boundary is indicated by the dashed line 3). Northern Manitoba is the most northerly region of the Canadian province of Manitoba, added to the province during the last major expansion of its boundaries in Forestry, mining and hydro-electric development are significant economic drivers with long-term consequences to .

      Southern Indian Lake is the first large impoundment in North America in the Subarctic zone of a widespread permafrost. The combined effect of Fig. 8. Southern Indian Lake prior to impoundment, beaches, stable shorelines, and clear lake waters had been developed under natural conditions in the year period following glaciation of. Post-impoundment shoreline along Southern Indian Lake, Source: James B. Waldram. The new town of South Indian Lake was indeed “modernized” in a fashion similar to Easterville. The people were consolidated on one shore of the lake, and new homes were provided by Manitoba .

    Pettipas, L., , Environmental change and culture dynamics during the Palaeo-Indian Period with special reference to Manitoba, Papers in Manitoba Archaeology, Miscellaneous Papers, No. 1, p. 19, Department of Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, Winnipeg, Canada. Google Scholar. About The Book. From Lal Kot to Lal Qila, the journey of Delhi is indeed a long one, spanning many centuries; and through which, one witnesses he emergence and abandonment of seve.

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Surface ceramics from Southern Indian Lake, northern Manitoba by Wayne E. Wiersum Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a shallow ceramic container that has been interpreted as a plate or possibly a lamp. It was found in at site HiLp-3 on Southern Indian Lake in Northern Manitoba by a Churchill Diversion Archaeological Project crew lead by David K. Riddle. Lake Trout – Bakers Narrows Lodge on Lake Athapapuskow boasts the provincial record Lake Trout at a whopping 64 lbs, caught by our lead guide “John Wolters” in July of Our guides are sure there are bigger ones yet; they’ve caught them, but have not been able to bring them up.

Come try your luck for these Manitoba “Deep Water” Monsters at Bakers Narrows Lodge. Martins, T. Geological mapping in the northern basin of Southern Indian Lake, north-central Manitoba (parts of NTS 64G7, 8, 9, 10); in Report of ActivitiesManitoba Mineral Resources, Manitoba Geological Survey, p.

79– Prior to a 3-m impoundment inbedrock comprised 76% of the shoreline of Southern Indian Lake in northern Manitoba. This was reduced to only 14% of the shoreline as the water level rose above. Southern Indian Lake, km2, elev m, max length km, is located in north-central Manitoba.

Southern Indian Lake, km 2, elev m, max length km, is located in north-central er with its eastern neighbour, the much smaller Northern Indian Lake, Southern Surface ceramics from Southern Indian Lake Lake is an expansion of the Churchill River, which drains it in a northeasterly direction and.

Regional geology of the Trans-Hudson orogen in northern Manitoba Southern Indian domain Kisseynew domain Lynn Lake - Leaf Rapids domain Chipewyan domain Leaf Rapids Lynn Lake Northern Indian LakeNorthern Indian Northern Manitoba book PMAP PMAP PMAP PMAP Southern Indian Lake Long Point Legend Granite-granodiorite-tonalite Gabbro.

The northern region of Saskatchewan is dotted by hundreds of lakes (Fig. 2; Table 1).Some lakes are large (Rawson, ), notably Reindeer (surface area, km 2), Wollaston ( km 2), La Ronge ( km 2) and Cree ( km 2).Others are smaller but with areas exceeding km 2, for example, Big Peter Pond ( km 2), Ile a la Crosse ( km 2) and Churchill ( km 2).

Lake Manitoba: 4, km 2 (1, sq mi) m ( ft) 7 m (23 ft) km 3 ( cu mi) Southern Indian Lake: 2, km 2 ( sq mi) m ( ft) 30 m (98 ft) km 3 ( cu mi) Cedar Lake: 1, km 2 ( sq mi) m ( ft) 10 m (33 ft) km 3 ( cu mi) Island.

Late prehistoric pottery is found in abundance at archaeological sites around Southern Indian Lake. Black residues, found on the two dominant vessel forms, flat plates and round pots, are presumed.

Mass and attribute analysis of the quartz lithic assemblage from the Grandfather Quarry (HbMd-4), near Granville Lake, Northern Manitoba. Beardsell, Robert J. Brooke Milne Aug Renewing relationships at the centre: generating a postcolonial understanding of Asiniskow Ithiniwak (Rocky Cree) heritage Sitchon, Myra Robert Hoppa.

Sep South Indian Lake Settlement () — O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation (), South Indian Lake, Manitoba; Split Lake () — Tataskweyak Cree Nation () Split Lake A () — Tataskweyak Cree Nation () Split Lake B () — Tataskweyak Cree Nation () St Theresa Point () — St.

Theresa Point First Nation (). This is a miniature version of a ceramic container used by the Kame Hills Complex. It is virtually identical to larger specimens, one of which is found elsewhere in this exhibit (Exhibit Specimen 8).

This small pot or cup was found in at site HfLp on Southern Indian Lake in Northern Manitoba by a Churchill Diversion Archaeological. Excavation of SILNorthern Manitoba Under the direction of professional archaeologists led by Mike Kelly, high school students from Thompson, MB and supervsor/teachers carried out the excavation of the site SIL located on Sandhill Bay, Southern Indian Lake in northern Manitoba, Canada.

Manitoba is located in western Canada. Manitoba is bordered the Hudson Bay, Nunavut to the north, Saskatchewan to the west, the United States to the south, and Ontario to the east.

If you are interested in Manitoba and the geography of Canada, our large laminated map of North America might be just. Indian Lake Posts ( - unknown), South Indian Lake A North West Co. post located on the Churchill River at Southern Indian Lake. A Hudson's Bay Co. post was located here in - Also known as South Indian Lake Post.

Chipewyan Lake Post ( - ), A Hudson's Bay Co. post located on the Churchill River. Portland House ( - ).

@article{osti_, title = {Impact of hydroelectric development upon a northern Manitoba native community}, author = {Waldram, J B}, abstractNote = {This dissertation describes the process of underdevelopment among the Cree Indian people of South Indian Lake, in Northern Manitoba, Canada, following the construction of the Churchill-Nelson River Hydro Project in Other lakes visible in southern and central Manitoba are Whitewater L Oak L Clear L Jackfish L the Shoal La Dauphin L Lake St.

Mar Pelican L Swan L and Red Deer Lake The lakes of northern Manitoba are less well known, but have been important in the history of the province and. The manager of a northern Manitoba fishing and hunting lodge in South Indian Lake, Man., says the death of one of its guides has rattled the surrounding First Nation community.

Southern Indian Lake, in northern Manitoba, was raised 3 m inand rivers were diverted so that the flow of water through the lake was reduced by about 75%.

The case study reveals that, despite careful plan- ning of the project, many of the predictions were seriously wrong. In our opinion the Rock Lake pottery is also Woodland. It is almost identical. with Red River pottery from north of Winnipeg (Lockport), and appears to be part of Wilford's Red River aspect (see Wilford and Fewkes ).

The answer to many of the problems surrounding our potterymaking, village-living, mound-building people will be found in. South Indian Lake Independence. For nearly years, the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation united in its aim to have South Indian Lake recognized as a separate First Nation from NCN, to be known as O-Pipon-Na-Piwi Cree Nation (OPCN) – setting apart the community as a reserve.

On Decem nearly 1, Citizens separated from NCN to form OPCN.The northern community of South Indian Lake, seen here inwas disrupted by Manitoba Hydro projects. Hey there, time traveller! This article was published 9/12/ ( days ago), so.South Indian Lake, Manitoba has 1, members.

This groups welcomes everyone who has lived in South Indian Lake, is from South Indian Lake or has visited.