3 edition of Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario found in the catalog.
Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario
Wright, J. V.
by National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 59-60.
|Statement||[by] J. V. Wright.|
|Series||Mercury series, National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada. Paper, no. 4, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) ;, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||E78.O5 W718|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 70 p.|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||73177048|
Ottawa, Ontario. K1A OM8 La Commission archéologique du Canada a déjà contribué à la Collection Mercure les numéros suivants: No 1 - "An Archaeological Survey Between Cape Parry and Cambridge Bay, NWT, Canada", par William E. Taylor, Jr., p.; $ No 2 - . Names and records of persons buried in Culross-Teeswater Cemerery, Teeswater, ON, compiled by Bruce County Genealogical Volunteers, surnames A-E.
Robert Bruce KNECHTEL was born on month day , Thomas was born on April 3 , in Brussels, Huron County, Ontario, Canada. Lizzie was born on March 10 , in Huron Co., Ontario, Canada. Create a free family tree for yourself or for Robert Knechtel and we’ll search for valuable new information for you. Get started. Southampton is a community on the shores of Lake Huron in Bruce County, Ontario, Canada and close to Port is located at the mouth of the Saugeen size of the town is square kilometres. The permanent population in was 3, but the summer population is higher, due to cottagers and campers spending vacation time in the area.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, J.V. (James Vallière), Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario. Ottawa: National Museum of Man. The Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario (Mercury series) [Wright, J.
V] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Knechtel I site, Knechtel I site County, Ontario (Mercury series). Knechtel I Site, Bruce County, Ontario; James Vallière Wright ; Book; Published by: University of Ottawa Press; Series: Mercury Series; View contents. View Citation; summary. During the occupation of this site, a lowering of the Lake Huron water level resulted in dramatic ecological changes that are clearly reflected in the subsistence.
Get this from a library. The Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario. [J V Wright] -- Site on east coast of Lake Huron. During Thomas E. Lee's archaeological survey of southwestern Southern Ontario in (Lee:) the Knechtel I site was one of the large number of sites in Bruce County brought to his attention by Mr.
Fritz Knechtel of Hanover, Ontario. Knechtel had surface collected from the site. The Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario [microform] / Author: J. Wright. - Publication info: Ottawa: National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada, Knechtel I Site, Bruce County, Ontario.
A - Faunal remains from the Nodwell Ontario book (BcHi-3) and from four other sites in Bruce County, Ontario. Published by: Ottawa: National Museum of Man.
This is Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No. The author reviews the Nodwell site in Port Elgin, A.D. and four older sites: Knechtel I, Inverhuron, Donaldson and Thede. Bruce County is a county in Southwestern Ontario, Canada comprising eight lower-tier municipalities and with a population of 66,It is named for James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin and 12th Earl of Kincardine, sixth Governor General of the Province of Bruce name is also linked to the Bruce Trail and the Bruce has three distinct y: Canada.
History of the County of Bruce, Ontario, Canada Walkerton: This business was ultimately taken over by the Knechtel Furniture Co.
(of Hanover), and is carried on by it, they having assumed all the conditions in reference to the repayment of the loan. Among the remarks entered in the visitor's book of the school in the yearit is.
The early settlers were not long before they had a school started in the village; was the year when it was opened, it being the second or third in the county. The first teacher [The author is indebted to Mr. McNabb's sketch of the History of the County of Bruce for the name of the first teacher.
Arthur Knechtel is remembered on the Southampton Cenotaph. This war memorial includes plaques with the names of men from World Wars 1 & 2. The WWI list is inscribed: "In grateful remembrance of the men of Southampton who fought and died in the Great War".
Southampton is in Bruce County, Ontario and is the oldest port on the Bruce Coast. Knechtel is remembered on the Southampton Cenotaph. This war memorial includes plaques with the names of men from World Wars 1 & 2.
The WWI list is inscribed: "In grateful remembrance of the men of Southampton who fought and died in the Great War". Southmpton is in Bruce County, Ontario and is the oldest port on the Bruce Coast.
Hanover is a town in the Canadian province of Ontario with a population of about 7, residents. It is located in southwestern Grey County, bordering on Bruce County, west of Durham and east of Walkerton on Grey/Bruce Road 4.
Hanover has a city hall, police department and the Hanover and District y: Canada. The Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario J. Wright. FC 65 P37 NO.4 NbVk an historic fishing camp in Old Crow Flats, northern Yukon Territory Richard E. Morlan. Born in Waterloo County, Daniel Knechtel came to Hanover in Two years later, he began producing handcrafted furniture and in opened a factory on this site.
By using local timber resources and applying the latest techniques in furniture manufacturing, Knechtel built a successful business.
Samuel R. Knechtel 11 Apr Heidelberg, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada - 15 May managed by Neil Schlotzhauer last edited 10 Dec Orlando Knechtel abt 16 Sep Maple Hill, Brant Twp., Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada - 24 Jun managed by Del Anonymous last edited 9 DecJune Bruce County Historical Society wins the Scadding Award for Excellence inOct.
Report on book sales by John Reynolds; outlets; his resignation, Oct. 19,Nov. Suggestion by the Bruce County Historical Society that the Ontario Historical Society be recognized by a.
Running from Weston to Owen Sound bythe Toronto, Grey and Bruce line facilitated commerce between the agricultural and forest resources of Grey and Bruce counties and the Toronto markets. The company was absorbed by the CPR in Located at the.
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We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. HEPC takes land in twp. of Bruce. 42 First Inverhuron tourist held barbeque in one thousand B.C.
Fritz Knechtel speaks at Bruce County Historical Society. Artifacts found. 42 Served Bruce County as county clerk. David Forrester, 85, dies.
43 1 st Huron tourist came in BC. Inverhuron, source of Indian artifacts: Knechtel at BCHS.Township of North Dumfries Febru Ayr resident Kyle Knechtel and the son of the Township’s former Director of Recreation (Steve Knechtel) was one of 32 athletes from across Canada to be selected to attend Softball Canada’s National Slo Pitch team training camp to be held May in Kitchener and Dorchester Ontario.Faunal Remains from the Nodwell Site (Bchi-3) and from Four Other Sites in Bruce County, Ontario Book Description: A study of five sites from Bruce County, Ontario revealed by changes in .