6 edition of Studies in archaeology, Highway 1A, Coal Creek revision, Alberta found in the catalog.
Studies in archaeology, Highway 1A, Coal Creek revision, Alberta
Michael L. McIntyre
|Statement||by Michael L. McIntyre.|
|Series||Occasional paper - Archaeological Survey of Alberta ; no. 7, Occasional paper (Archaeological Survey of Alberta) ;, no. 7.|
|Contributions||Alberta. Archaeological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A34 M34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||80495947|
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Archaeological resources are the property of the people of Alberta, vested in the Crown in right of Alberta, and are stored and displayed at the Royal Alberta Museum. Why is archaeology important. Alberta has o years of history and for. Coleman Collieries Ltd. was established in with the amalgamation of Hillcrest-Mohawk Collieries Ltd., International Coal and Coke Co.
Ltd and McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Co. Ltd., pioneering coal companies of the Crowsnest Pass region of Alberta. The company produced coal for railways, metallurgical operations, industrial steam-raising. The first comprehensive archaeological survey of the Muskogee (Maskókî) Creek Indians The Muskogee Indians who lived along the lower Chattahoochee and Flint River watersheds had, and continue to have, a profound influence on the development of the southeastern United States, especially during the historic period (circa –).4/5(1).A typical abbreviation for Coal Creek: Coal Crk.
(or less commonly used: Coal Ck. or Coal Cr.) While the community is gone, the present day location for Coal Creek is 4, feet [1, m] above sea level.
In other words, the altitude of Coal .The 20 papers in this volume were written by both Native and Non-Native authors, and provide both substance and food-for-thought concerning the complex interactions between archaeologists and contemporary indigenous peoples of Canada in regard to working together, interpretation of the past, ownership of the past, and the relationships between traditional knowledge and .