The Yuquot Project, Volume 3Microform - 1981
Archaeological investigation in the Nootkan village of Yuquot yielded a collection of different types of artifact. The first study of this document examines glassware found in the excavation: mirrors, lighting fixtures, marbles, wine, spirits and beer bottles, carbonated beverage bottles, perfume and cosmetic containers, and various unidentified objects. The second study analyses a collection of 77 glass beads representing 17 distinct types. Study number three is a description of 24 clay tobacco-pipe fragments recovered from the site. The fourth study deals with 483 ceramic objects, all of them from the historic period. Finally, the last study reports on sherds from a kitchen that was assembled from various localities in Mexico.
Publisher: Ottawa : Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs, Parks Canada, National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, 1981
Description: 186 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-04063