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1989 The Explanation of Northeastern Paleoindian Lithic Procurement Patterns.
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1996 Test Excavations at the Brian Site AfHh-10: A Prehistoric Neutral Village.
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1978 Late Eighteenth Century - Nineteenth Century Vegetation Patterns, Wildlife and Native Indian Recordings in the County of Middlesex.
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1998 Iroquoian Peoples of the Land of Rocks and water, AD 1000-1650: A Study in Settlement Archaeology. Volume II. The London Museum of Archaeology, Special Publication 1, London, Ontario.
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1971 The Maurice Village Site (BeHa-2: Lithic Analysis. In Palaeoecology and Ontario PreHistory, edited by W.M. Hurley and C.E.Heidenreich, pp137Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto Research Report No 2., Toronto, Ontario.
1976 The Central North Erie Shore. In The late Prehistory of the lake Erie Drainage Basin, edited by D. Brose, pp162-192. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio.
1979a Lithic Tools from the Melville Site (BDHa-7). Kewa 79-3.
1979b An Analysis of an Historic Huron Attignawantan Lithic Assemblage.
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1979c Lithic Tools from the Sidey-McKay Site. Arch Notes 79-2: 6-11.
1979d Lithic Tools From the Haney-cook Site (BcHb-27). Kewa 79-9:2-8.
1979e Southern Ontario Chert Sources. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Quebec City.
1980a Lithic Tools from the McEwen Site (BcHb-17). Kewa 80-4: 2-13.
1980b Of Projectile points and Politics. Arch Notes 80-2: 5-13.
1980c Pickering Chronology B The Uncooperative Dates. Kewa 80-9: 2-9.
1981a Lithic Tools from the Villages of Cahiague. Kewa 81-8: 4-10.
1981b Daniels Triangular Points. Kewa 81-1.
1981c Nanticoke Triangular Points. Kewa 81-3.
1981d Nanticoke Notched Points. Kewa 81-3.
1981e The Foliate Biface. Kewa 81-5.
1982a Glen Meyer Tanged-Triangular Points. Kewa 82-1.
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1984 Lithic Tools from the Young-McQueen Site (BcHb-19). Kewa 84-2.
1990 Odawa Lithic Procurement and Exchange: A History Written in Stone, Kewa 90-7: 2-7.
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1989 Assessing Social Information in Material Objects: How Well Do Lithics Measure Up. In Time, Energy and Stone Tools, edited by R. Torrence, pp 92-105. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
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1978 Cache Blades, Chert and Communication: A Reappraisal of Certain Aspects of Meadowood Phase and the Concept of a Burial Cult in the Northeast. In Essays in Northeastern Anthropology in Memory of Marian E. White, edited by W.E. Engelbrecht and D.K. Grayson. Occasional Publications in Northeastern Anthropology 5: 96-122.
1990 Warfare and the Evolution of Tribal Polities in the Prehistoric Southwest.
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1980 Confusion in the Bipolar World: Bashed Pebbles and Splintered Pieces.
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1988 An Analysis of the 17-th Century Map Novvelle France=. Cartographica 25(3):67-111.
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1979 The Slack-Caswell Quarry and Workshop (AfHa-1): Some Organizational Implications. Manuscript on file at the Ministry of Culture Toronto.
1984 Neutral Iroquois Lithics: Technological Process and Its Implications.
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1984 A Petrological Analysis of Kettle Point Chert and Its Spatial and Temporal Distribution in Regional Prehistory. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No. 128, Ottawa.
1989 Economies in Raw Material Use by Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers. In Time, Energy and Stone Tools, edited by R. Torrence, pp 34-45. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
1982 Pickering: Perspective and Prospective. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Archaeology Symposium at MacMaster University, Hamilton.
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1984 Archaeological Survey of the Townships of Westminster and North Dorchester - 1983 License Number 83-42. Report on File at the Ministry of Culture, Toronto.
1986 Iroquoian Occupations of Southeast Middlesex County, Ontario.
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1989 Test Excavations at the Late Prehistoric Skinner Site, London, Ontario.
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2000a Archaeological Survey of the Townships of Westminster and North Dorchester - 1998 License Number 98-59. Report on file at the Ministry of Culture, Toronto.
2000b The Dorchester Village Site (AfHg-24): A Large Uren Substage Village in Eastern Middlesex County. Kewa 00-1/2: 1-27.
2003 Comparability of Published Debitage Analysis: An Experimental Approach. Kewa 03-1: 1-13.
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1985 Geoarchaeological Interpretations of Great Lakes Coastal Environments.
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1981 The Hamilton Site: A Late Prehistoric Neutral Town. National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper 103, Ottawa, Canada.
1982 The Bruner-Colasanti Site: An Early Late Woodland Component Essex County Ontario. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No. 110.
1986 The Innes Site. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 11: 221-268.
1995a The Bradley Ave. Site: A Late Prehistoric Neutral Cabin Site, Middlesex County, Ontario. In MTO Contributions to the Late Woodland Period in Southwestern Ontario: Small Sites Investigation, edited by P.A. Lennox, pp 77-137. London Museum of Archaeology Research Report No. 24, London, Ont.
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London Museum of Archaeology (LMA) 2001 Stage 3 Archaeological Investigations in River Bend Phase A, Draft Plan of Subdivision 39T-00506, City of London, Middlesex County.
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1976 Lithic Material Distributions and Interaction Patterns During the Late Woodland Period in Michigan. PhD. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
1952 Iroquois Pottery Types: A Technique for the Study of Iroquois Prehistory.
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1991 The Study of Technological Organization. In Archaeological Method and Theory Volume 3, edited by M.B. Schiffer, pp 57-100. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
1986a Haldimand Chert: A Preferred Raw Material in Southwestern Ontario During the Early Holocene. Kewa 86-4: 4-21.
1986b Haldimond Chert and Its Utilization During the Early Holocene in Southwestern Ontario. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Dept. of Anthropology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario.
1977 Onondaga Chert: Geological and Palynological Studies as Applied to Archaeology. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Geological Studies, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
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1983 The Windermere, Ronto and Smallman Sites: Salvage Excavations of Prehistoric Iroquoian Hamlets. Research Report No. 13, London Museum of Archaeology, London, Ontario.
1984 Mapping Middleport: A Case Study in Societal Archaeology. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation. Dept of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal.
1994 Lawson Site Projectile Points. Manuscript on file at the London Museum of Archaeology.