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British Columbia. Ministry of Small Business, Tourism and Culture. Archaeology Branch. 1997 British Columbia Designated Sites Registry. Victoria: The Ministry, 1997.

Books and Chapters in Books archaeology

Brolly, Richard, and Matt Begg. “Archaeological Discoveries in Finlay Reach, Williston Reservoir,” Midden 40, no. 2 (2009): 14-20.

Journal Articles archaeology

Burchell, Meghan, Aubrey Cannon, Nadine Hallmann, Henry P. Schwarz, and Bernd R. Schöne. “Inter-site Variability in the Season of Shellfish Collection on the Central Coast of British Columbia,” Journal of Archaeological Science 40, no. 1 (2013): 626-36.

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous

Burchell, Meghan, Nadine Hallmann, Andrew Martindale, Aubrey Cannon, and Bernd R. Schöne. “Seasonality and Intensity of Shellfish Harvesting on the North Coast of British Columbia,” Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology 2, no. 8 (2013): 152-69.

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous

Callaghan, Richard T. “The Use of Simulation Models to Estimate Frequency and Location of Japanese Edo Period Wrecks Along the Canadian Pacific Coast,” Canadian Journal of Archaeology 27 (2003): 74-94.

Journal Articles archaeology Japanese

Canada, National Museum of Man. The excavation of water-saturated archaeological sites (wet sites) on the Northwest Coast of America. edited by Dale R. Croes, Ottawa: 1976. 351 pp.

Grey Literature archaeology Indigenous

Canada, National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Man. “Skeletal variability in British Columbia coastal populations: descriptive and comparative assessment of cranial morphology.” In Jerome S. Cybulski, Ottawa: 1975. 319.

Grey Literature archaeology Indigenous

Cannon, Aubrey, and Dongya Y. Yang. “Early Storage and Sedentism on the Pacific Northwest Coast: Ancient dna Analysis of Salmon Remains From Namu, British Columbia,” American Antiquity 71, no. 1 (2006): 123-140, .

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous

Cannon, Aubrey, and Meghan Burchell. “Clam Growth-Stage Profiles as a Measure of Harvest Intensity and Resource Management on the Central Coast of British Columbia,” Journal of Archaeological Science 36, no. 4 (2009): 1050-60.

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous

Carlson, Catherine C. “Indigenous Historic Archaeology of the 19th Century Secwepemc Village at Thompson’s River Post, Kamloops, British Columbia,” Canadian Journal of Archaeology 30, no. 2 (2006): 193-250.

Journal Articles archaeology history Indigenous