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Series: Mercury Series Archaeology Paper

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Ancient Canada by Robert McGhee
An archaeological survey between Cape Parry and Cambridge Bay, N.W.T., Canada in 1963 (Mercury series) by William Ewart Taylor1
The Aberdeen site, Keewatin district, N.W.T (Mercury series) by J. V. Wright2
The Cadzow Lake site (MjVi-1): A multi-component historic Kutchin Camp (Mercury series) by Richard E Morlan3
The Knechtel I site, Bruce County, Ontario (Mercury series) by J. V. Wright4
NbVk-1: an historic fishing camp in Old Crow Flats, northern Yukon Territory (Mercury series) by Richard E Morlan5
A technological approach to lithic artifacts from Yukon territory by Richard E Morlan7
Cow point: an archaic cemetery in New Brunswick (Mercury series) by David Sanger12
The Archaeology and Prehistory of Southern Alberta As Reflected by Ceramics in three volumes by BYRNE (William)14
Archaeological salvage projects 1972, (Mercury series) by William J. Byrne15
Faunal remains from the Nodwell site (BcHi-3) and from four other sites in Bruce County, Ontario (Mercury series) by Frances L Stewart16
Archaeological Collections From Norutak Lake On the Kobuk-Alatna River Portage, Northwestern Alaska by Donald W. Clark18
The Nodwell site (Mercury series) by J. V. Wright22
The Prehistory of Lake Athabasca: An Initial Statement by J. V. Wright29
An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador (Mercury series) by Robert McGhee34
The Grant Lake site, Keewatin district, N.W.T (Mercury series) by J. V. Wright47
The Glenbrook village site: A late St. Lawrence Iroquoian component in Glengarry County, Ontario (Mercury series) by James F. Pendergast100
The Beckstead Site - 1977 by James F. Pendergast123
The Tuniit by Robert McGhee125
Beluga hunters : an archaeological reconstruction of the history and culture of the Mackenzie Delta Kittegaryumiut by Robert McGhee139
The Diamond Jenness collections from Bering Strait by David A. Morrison144
Batza Tena: Trail to Obsidian: Archaeology at an Alaskan Obsidian Source (Mercury Series) by Donald W. Clark147
Threads of Arctic Prehistory: Papers in Honour of William E. Taylor, Jr. (Mercury Series) by David Morrison149
Fort Reliance, Yukon: An Archaeological Assessment (Mercury Series) by Donald W. Clark150
A history of the Native people of Canada by J. V. Wright152
A History of the Native People of Canada: Volume II 1000 B.C. - A.D. 500: 2 (Mercury) by J. V. Wright152
The Early Kachemak Phase on Kodiak Island at Old Kiavak (Mercury Series) by Donald W. Clark155
The Calvert Site: An Interpretive Framework for the Early Iroquoian Village (Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada), 156) by Pete D. Timmins156
Caribou Hunters in the Western Arctic: Zooarchaeology of the Rita-Claire and Bison Skull Sites (Mercury Series No. 157) by David A. Morrison157
Bones of the Ancestors: The Archaeology and Osteobiography of the Moatfield Ossuary by Ronald F. Williamson163
Passion For The Past: Papers In Honour Of James F. Pendergast (Mercury Series) by James V. Wright164
The late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes : geological and archaeological investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene environments by Lawrence J. Jackson165
Archaeological Research In The Lesser Slave Lake Region: A Contribution To The Pre-Contact History Of The Boreal Forest Of Alberta (Mercury Series) by Raymond J Le Blanc166

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