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Stone, David Leigh, ed. Historic Shipwrecks of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Vancouver: Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2007. 76 pp. 978097848004.

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Supernant, Kisha. “Intervisibility and Intravisibility of Rock Feature Sites: A Method for Testing Viewshed within and outside the Socio-Spatial System of the Lower Fraser River Canyon, British Columbia,” Journal of Archaeological Science 50 (2014): 497-511.

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Toffolo, Michael B., Morgan Ritchie, Ian Sellers, Jesse Morin, Natasha Lyons, Megan Caldwell, Rosa M. Albert, Bryn Letham, and Francesco Berna. “Combustion Features from Short-Lived Intermittent Occupation at a 1300-year-old Coast Salish Rock Shelter, British Columbia: The Microstratigraphic Data,” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23 (2019): 646-661, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.11.034.

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Wainwright, I.N.M., E.A. Moffatt, and P.J. Sirois. “Occurences of Green Earth Pigment on Northwest Coast First Nations Painted Objects,” Archaeometry 51, no. 3 (2009): 440-56.

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Weber, Ronald L. Emmons's notes on Field Museum's collection of Northwest Coast basketry: edited with an ethnoarchaeological analysis. Fieldinana: anthropology new series no. 9, Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1986. 102 pp.

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