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  • Yoyo Momo | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/YoyoMomo (2016-04-30)
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  • Michael Rooney | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Landscape Archaeology edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Michael and 36 757 155 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/MichaelRooney (2016-04-30)
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  • Anne Thornton | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/AnneThornton (2016-04-30)
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  • W. Jesse Webb | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    River New Brunswick Canada more by W Jesse Webb The archaeological record for the portion of northeastern North America that includes the State of Maine and the Canadian Maritime Provinces contains traces of food fisheries in the form of fish remains that have been deposited in more The archaeological record for the portion of northeastern North America that includes the State of Maine and the Canadian Maritime Provinces contains traces of food fisheries in the form of fish remains that have been deposited in hearths subsequently burned and preserved as small calcined fragments These traces include the skeletal remains of sturgeon Acipenser spp Although sturgeon occurs in riverine archaeological sites throughout the region the abundance of these fish in sites along the Miramichi River in northeastern New Brunswick Canada is unparalleled especially in sites on the land base of Metepenagiag Mi kmaq First Nation In Miramichi sites sturgeon remains are ubiquitous and occur throughout a 3000 year sequence of occupation In this paper we report on recent research into the distribution of sturgeon remains in archaeological sites in the Maine Maritimes area and discuss taphonomic and research variables that structure these assemblages We contrast this with the record from Metepenagiag and explore the distribution of sturgeon both spatially and temporally revealing the continuity of a local sturgeon fishery across millennia Taken together with local oral history and community tradition this analysis reveals a deep historical connection between sturgeon and the Mi kmaq of Metepenagiag Location Nanaimo BC More Info Authorship W J Webb S E Blair and M K Litvak Event Date Jul 25 2013 Organization World Sturgeon Conservation Society Upload File Bookmark Edit Delete Move section PAPER Identifying the Presence of Sturgeon in Ancient Riverscapes A Case Study from Northeastern New Brunswick Canada more by W Jesse Webb The modern community of Metepenagiag Mi kmaq Nation is located in northwestern New Brunswick Canada at the confluence of the Northwest and Little Southwest Miramichi Rivers near the modern head of tide This area has a high density of more The modern community of Metepenagiag Mi kmaq Nation is located in northwestern New Brunswick Canada at the confluence of the Northwest and Little Southwest Miramichi Rivers near the modern head of tide This area has a high density of recorded precontact archaeological sites including two National Historic Sites the Oxbow Site and the Augustine Mound Furthermore there has been a long history of collaborative research between the community members and archaeological researchers that has culminated in a major research centre Metepenagiag Heritage Park This collaboration has revealed a close relationship between sturgeon Acipenser sp and the Mi kmaq of Metepenagiag as indicated by oral history community tradition and archaeological evidence However sturgeon have been virtually invisible in both the recent and historical riverscape and are largely absent in either commercial records or regional histories Historical documents have tended to shape our vision of both the recent and deeper past leading some to infer that the absence of historical evidence reflects evidence

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/WJesseWebb (2016-04-30)
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  • Jessica Burke | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/JessicaBurke (2016-04-30)
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  • Delia Delice | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Anthropology - Academia.edu
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    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Anthropology?page=2 (2016-04-30)
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  • Elias Papu | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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