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2019 Meetings:
Sept 18, 2019
Oct 16, 2019

Time:
7:30 PM

Place:
Room 246, Second Floor Board Room
Anthropology Building,
19 Russell St.,
University of Toronto campus


President:
Carole Stimmell

Past President:
Mima Kapches

Vice President & Program Convenor:
Christine Caroppo

Treasurer:
Sam McLeod

Secretary:
Neil Gray

Profile Editor:
Carole Stimmell

Website Editor:
Janice Teichroeb


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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Mima Brown Kapches, Independent Researcher

"Politics and Dirt!" W. J. Wintemberg in Toronto

In his application to be considered a Fellow of the Society for American Archaeology in 1935, W.J. Wintemberg listed himself as an archaeological preparator beginning in 1902. Diamond Jenness wrote in WJW's obituary that his first job in archaeology was at the Dominion Museum, in Ottawa, in 1911. What is known about WJW in Toronto between 1902 and 1911 when he departed for Ottawa? As we know from Andrew Hunter, WJW was a "Conservative!" Did that poli?cal affiliation hold him in good stead in Toronto? Politics and Dirt! An interesting period in Ontario Archaeology.

September Poster

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Susan Dermarkar, PhD

A Life History of the Keffer Village and its place in 15th Century North Shore Iroquoia

In this presentation Dr. Dermarkar will trace the appearance, growth, and final abandonment of the Keffer village through settlement pattern studies and analysis of ceramics. Keffer is an ancestral North Shore Iroquoian village situated in the Upper Don River Valley. The development of this community is highly integrated and dependant on the relations of its inhabitants with those in the surrounding Lake Ontario north shore area. These relationships are central to the identity of the Keffer community.

October Poster


OAS News

2019 OAS Symposium

The Past Under the Pavement: Archaeology in the City

Venue: Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto

Date: November 1-3, 2019

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Links of Interest

Fort York National Historic Site

Archaeological Services Inc.

Fort York Foundation

The Fife and Drum, newsletter of the Friends of Fort York

Toronto Historical Association

Ontario Heritage Trust

The Lost Rivers of Toronto


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