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Paleo-Economic Geology of Indigenous Ontario

With the Ontario Archaeology Society - Huronia Chapter

2024-04-18 19:00:00 2024-04-18 20:00:00 America/New_York Paleo-Economic Geology of Indigenous Ontario This presentation will provide an overview of Indigenous lithic material acquisition activities and explore narratives concerning Indigenous subsistence, political and religious/spiritual events Online - BPL Zoom 1

Thursday, April 18
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Add to Calendar 2024-04-18 19:00:00 2024-04-18 20:00:00 America/New_York Paleo-Economic Geology of Indigenous Ontario This presentation will provide an overview of Indigenous lithic material acquisition activities and explore narratives concerning Indigenous subsistence, political and religious/spiritual events Online - BPL Zoom 1

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BPL Zoom 1

This presentation will provide an overview of Indigenous lithic material acquisition activities and explore narratives concerning Indigenous subsistence, political and religious/spiritual events


About the Presenter:

William Fox has been involved in Ontario Archaeology for over 50 years and has participated in research throughout the northeast U.S. and in several European and Asian countries. He gave 19 years of service to the Province of Ontario as Regional Archaeologist of northwestern, north central, and southwestern Ontario, and finally supervisor of the Development Plans Review Unit. He was also responsible for unmarked grave investigations and liaised with First Nation band councils and traditionalists. A 22-year career with federal government followed, when he was hired by Parks Canada as Chief of Archaeology for the Prairie and Northen Region in 1992.This work took him from Winnipeg, to Inuvik to Ucluelet to Peterborough in various management roles. Today, he continues his research as an Adjunct Professor in the Anthropology Graduate Program at Trent University and is an instructor in the Anthropology Program. Throughout these years, he has had the honour of working with Indigenous communities from Québec to British Columbia and across the entire north of Canada.

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