Archaeological Work at Tse'K'Wa

Peer reviewed: 
Yes, item is peer reviewed.
Scholarly level: 
Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2015
Identifier: 
978-0-86491-384-5
Keywords: 
Archaeology
Tse'K'Wa
Charlie Lake Cave
First Nations
British Columbia
Abstract: 

Tse’K’wa is an archaeological site in British Columbia, preserving a record of human activity that starts with some of the first people to live in the Peace River region. Working in collaboration with the Treaty 8 Tribal Association (B.C.), this publication intends to make the results accessible and understandable to the general reader. Available in PDF and EPUB format, this publication consisting of republished journal articles, short summaries, and a photo collection, will be widely distributed to First Nations communities within B.C. and Alberta.

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Book
Rights: 
Copyright is held variously by the authors and/or original publishers of the reprinted material.
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