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The Roque Island Archaeological Project, Maine, USA: Methodologies and Results
|Title:||The Roque Island Archaeological Project, Maine, USA: Methodologies and Results|
|Authors:||Belcher, William R.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Passamaquoddy Bay (N.B. and Me.)|
|Publisher:||Journal of the North Atlantic|
|Citation:||Belcher, W., & Sanger, D. (2017). The Roque Island Archaeological Project, Maine, USA. Journal of the North Atlantic, 10, 126–142.|
|Abstract:||Between the early 1970s and to the mid-1990s, David Sanger was largely responsible for a series of large-scale regional survey and excavation projects throughout Passamaquoddy Bay (New Brunswick) and the central/Downeast coasts of Maine. While resulting in an important understanding of the paleoenvironment and prehistoric/historic resource exploitation along the Gulf of Maine, these projects also allowed the development of a unified analytical strategy for the excavation of shell middens using column sampling, documentation, and excavation protocols, as well as sediment analysis and classification. This strategy is detailed below along with a summary of excavations from the Great Spruce Island site (61-17) in the Roque Island Archipelago, Downeast region, ME, USA. Pre-European occupation at this specific site ranges from before 3000 years B.P. to ca. 400 years B.P.|
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