In all, 18 papers were delivered as part of the Kingston Symposium. Because of the large number of speakers, two concurrent sessions were held in the morning. We all came together into a single session in the afternoon.
To read the abstract of any of the papers listed below, simply click on the title. Use your mouse's back button to return to this page.
Ian Kenyon and Paul Lennox
Missing the Point: A Consideration of Survey Strategies in Small Sites Archaeology
Hamlets Become Villages
Robert H. Pihl
The Beachridge Site: A Middle Woodland Encampment Within the Sydenham River Drainage
M.S. Cooper, E.M. MacDonald and D.A. Robertson
Waiting out the Weather: A Small Site on a Big Lake
Ronald F. Williamson
Sacred Stone: The Archaeology of Caches
David G. Smith, Trevor Ormerod and André Bekerman
Small Sites of the Princess Point Complex
Chris J. Ellis and D. Brian Deller
Investigations at Small Palaeo-Indian Sites in Southwestern Ontario
The Little Shaver Site: Exploring Site Structure and Excavation Methodology on a Small Unploughed Site
The Archaeological Complex at Leamy Lake Park, Hull, Québec: When Nomads Stay Put and Sedentary People Move About
Dena Doroszenko and John Light
The Smithy at Griffin Gables, Brockville, Ontario
Hugh J. Daechsel
Sawdust Bay and its Role in the Interpretation of Ottawa Valley Archaeology
Paul Thibaudeau and Martha A. Latta
Use-Wear Analysis on Copper and Brass Material from the Thompson-Walker Site (ca. 1600 - 1650)
A View of the Gap: The 1996 Salvage Excavation of Highway 33, Adolphus Reach, Bay of Quinte
The Effects of Landscape Change on Woodland Groups and Their Sites, Pukaskwa National Park, Northeast Lake Superior
Vandy E. Bowyer
Plant Remains from Archaeological Contexts in Pukaskwa National Park, North Central Ontario
The Phoenix Site: Attempting to Rise from the Ashes or A Critical Assessment of Small Site Public Archaeology
Archaeological Bits and Bytes for Profit or Penury: A do-it-yourself introduction to multimedia publishing
Paul A. Lennox
Bigger is Better? or Site Significance is not always a Function of Baseline Length
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