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An Early Industry on a Raised Beach near Killarney, Ontario

  • E. F. Greenman (a1)


In the summer of 1940, a site with an industry new to the region of the western Great Lakes was discovered near Killarney, Ontario, in the course of a survey of the Manitoulin District by the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan. Brief notices of this work have appeared in the press and in professional publications, and some of the readers of this paper have already seen the material. A mpre complete report than is possible in the present paper is in press.



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1 Greenman and Stanley, N.D. See Bibliography, pp. 291–295, following.

2 Canada Department of Mines and Resources, Geological Survey, Map 220 A, —“Panache Sheet.”

3 Greenman, and Stanley, N.D.

4 Roberts, 1935.

5 Greenman and Stanley, N.D.

6 Wintemberg, N.D.

7 Strong, 1930.

8 See for example Zotz, 1932, Abb. 1, No. 10; Childe, 1939, Figs. 3, 4.

9 Strong, 1930, Pl. 4, n, o, r.

10 Childe, 1939, Fig. 1, 2, 4, 6.

11 Greenman and Stanley, N.D.

12 Greenman and Stanley, 1941. This is a report on KB1 and CH1.

13 Greenman and Stanley, 1940.

14 Greenman and Stanley, N.D.

An Early Industry on a Raised Beach near Killarney, Ontario

  • E. F. Greenman (a1)


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