A Petun Burial in Nottawasaga Township, Ontario
Author: GARRAD, C.
Page Range: 3 – 15
Abstract: The burial is reported of an adult female having unusual archaeological, ethnological and pathological interest.
A Burial at Wasaga Beach, Ontario
Author: SHROPSHIRE, J. W.
Page Range: 16 – 19
Abstract: The accidental discovery in September 1969 of a human burial by Mr. C. Hill on his property on the east bank of the Nottawasaga River at Wasaga Beach, Sunnidale Township, Simcoe County was reported to the writer, whose inspection revealed that the burial had partly underlain a tree on a sand ridge. During removal of the ridge, the skull, cervical vertebrae, scapulae, ribs, right radius, right ulna and all humeral and hand bones had been disturbed. Excavation and salvage of the portion of the burial in situ was carried out at once.
The Petawawa Small Sites Report
Author: MITCHELL, B. M., D. A. CROFT, P. J. BUTLER & R. J. CAWTHORN
Page Range: 20 – 53
Abstract: In the Petawawa River Valley, a large drainage system in east Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, 13 small sites of aboriginal occupation have been located. These pertain to Archaic, Middle Woodland, Pickering, Iroquoian and Algonkian groups. Among the Middle Woodland ceramics are sherds which may be attributable to Laurel and Saugeen.