Kewa Article Index

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78-1Sub-Greywacke in Southern Ontario Prehistory– Fox, W
78-2A Preliminary Report on the Archaeobotanical Remains from the DeWaele Site A Late Glen Meyer Village (AfHd-1)– Fecteau, R
78-3Alternatives for Calculating Longhouse Floor Areas– Williamson, R.
78-6Southwestern Ontario Radio-carbon Dates– Fox, W.
78-7Public Excavations at the Lawson Site– Pearce, R.
78-8The George Davidson Site: A Late Archaic “Broadpoint” Component in Southwestern Ontario– Kenyon, I.
79-2The Longhouse Experiment– Fecteau, R.
79-3Lithic Tools From the Melville Site(BDHa-7)– Fox, W.
79-4The Sub-Greywacke Lanceolate Biface in the Ausable Valley– Kenyon, I.
79-6Archaeobotanical Remains from the Morpeth South Site (AcHk-3): A Late Archaic Site in Kent Co. Ontario– Fecteau, R.
79-8i) An Experiment in Primitive Fire-Making, Tool and Weapon Making
ii) The Role of the Amateur Archaeologist
– Nixon, C.
– Keron, J.
79-9i) Lithic Tools from the Haney-Cook Site (BcHb-27)
ii) SaugeenPoints
– Fox, W.
– Kenyon, I.
80-1Vanport– Fox, W.
80-2i) An Index to Research Reports in Kewa: 1977-1979
ii) Nettling
– McWilliam, N.
– Fox, W.
80-3Crawford Knoll– Kenyon, I.
80-4Lithic Tools from the McEwen Site (BcHb-17)– Fox, W.
80-5i) Meadowood
ii) Meadowood Cache Blades
– Kenyon, I.
– Kenyon, I.
80-6i) Public Archaeology at Longwoods
ii)SouthwesternOntario Radio-carbon Dates II
– Williamson, R.
– Fox, W.
80-7,8The Nomlaki and Stone Chipping– Goldschmidt, W. (reprint)
80-9Pickering Chronology – The Uncooperative Dates– Fox,W.
81-1i) Making Genesee Points by the Niagara River
ii) Daniels Triangular
– Kenyon, I.
– Fox, W.
81-2i) Meadowood Caches in Southwestern Ontario
ii) Hi-Lo
– Fox, W.
– Ellis, C.
81-3i) Ecological Perspectives in Archaeology
ii) Nanticoke Triangular
– Fox, W.
– Fox, W.
81-4A Lesson in History :The Archaeologist as Detective– Keron, J.
81-5The Foliate Biface– Fox, W.
81-6The Brian Site: A Late Prehistoric Neutral Village in Middlesex County– Keron, J.
81-7i) The Archaeological Conservation Programme: A Quiet Success
ii) Genesse
– Fox, W.
– Kenyon, I.
81-8i) Lithic Tools From the Villages of Cahiaque
ii) Brewerton Corner Notched
– Fox, W.
– Kenyon, I.
81-9A Visit to the Neutrals, 1626-27– Joseph de la Roche Daillon; Translated by Langdon, H.
82-1i) An Initial Report on the Dymock Village (AeHj-2)
ii) GlenMeyer Tanged-Trianular
– Fox, W.
– Fox, W.
82-2Letter to Father Philippe Nappi, 1640– Pierre Joseph-Marue Chaumonot; by Revel, E.
82-3i) Edge Serration: A Protohistoric/Historic Iroquoian Tool Attribute
ii) Dewaele
– Fox, W.
– Fox, W.
82-4A Prekiminary Report on the Carbonized Plant Remains from the Dymock Villages (AeHj-2)– Cooper, M.
82-5i) The Foliate Biface as Knife
ii) Innes Points
– Fox, W.
– Lennox, P.
82-7,8The Calvert Village: Glen Meyer Community Patterns– Fox, W.
82-9The Grimsby Cemetery – A Second Look– Kenyon, I. and W. Fox

83-1The Mill Stream Cluster: The Other Side of the Coin– Williamson, R.
83-2i) Is Archaeology a Luxury Item
ii)Late Archaic Stemmed Points from the Adder Orchard Site
– Emerson, N. (reprinted)
– Kenyon, I.
83-3i) The Harrietsville Site (AfHf-10):1981 Excavations
ii) An Initial Report on Carbonized Plant Remains from the Harrietsville Earthworks Site (AfHf-10) Midden I in North Dorchester Twp, Middlesex Co.
– Keron, J.
– Fecteau, R.
83-4There was ah Englishman, a Scotsman and an Ireshman…– Ferris, N. and Kenyon, I.
83-5i) Hamlets of the Lawson Site
ii) A Western Basin Middle WoodlandComponent in Southwest Kindon: The Timber Drive Site
– Pearce, R.
– Pihl, R.
83-6Southwestern Ontario Radio-carbon dates IV– Fox, W.
83-7The Wyoming Rapids Saugeen Component:1983 Investigations– Kenyon,I. and Fox, W.
83-8In Case of Fire: Burned Longhouses in a Neutral Village– Warrick, G.
83-9i) The Dick Site Investigations: 1982
ii) Dolls, Demons or Dice:An Introduction to the Savage Site Figurines
– Reid, P.
– Murphy, C

84-1i) A Stone Pipe from the Glebe Site (BcHb-1), Nottawasaga Township
ii) An Archaeological Survey of Middle Island, Ontario
– Gerrad, C.
– Fox, W.
84-2i) Lithic Tools from the Young-McQueen Site (BcHb-19)
ii) Meadowood Biface Caches from Southwestern Ontario
– Fox, W.
– Fox, W.
84-3i) A Native Ceramic Vessel from Owen Sound
ii) Was That Middleport Necked or Pound Oblique? A Study in Iroquoian Ceramic Typology
– Ravenhurst, J.
– Lennox, P. and Kenyon, I.
84-4Sagard’s “Rassade Rouge” of 1624– Kenyon, I.
84-5Buttons I have Known– Ferris, N.
84-5,5i) The Pricess Point Complex: An Addendum
ii) Crowfield Fluted
– Fox, W.
– Deller, B. and Ellis, C.
84-6i) An Early Woodland Camp on Inverhuron Bay
ii) Barnes Fluted
– Fox, W.
– Ellis, C. and Deller, B.
84-7i) The Carolina Parakeet: Its First Appearance in Southern Ontario
ii) The Analysis of Unmarked Burials
iii) Gainey Fluted
– Prevec, R.
– Spence, M.
– Ellis, C.
84-8Pottery From the Cooper Village Site and Ontario IroquoisDevelopment– Warrick G.
84-9Terry Lynch: An Irish Catholic in a Protestant Township– Kenyon, I., Ferris, N., Dodd, C., and Lennox, P.
85-1i) Two Easy Pieces for the Microcomputer
ii) You, YourMicrocomputer, and Basic Decay
iii) The Walls that Wouldn’t Be Straight
iv) StatisticalTextbooks with Computer Programs: A Short Bibliography
– Latta, M.
– Reid, P.
– Kenyon, I.
– Kenyon, I.
85-2i) Erie Stone: A 17th Century Iroquoian Medicinal Trading Commodity
ii) The Culture History of Long Point: An Interim Report
– Hunter, J.
– Fox, W.
85-3The Onondaga Settlement at Middleport– Kenyon, I.
85-4i) Age and Sex Identification in the Stirrip Court Cemetery
ii) Three Unusual Broadpoints from Southwestern Ontario
– Cook, M., Gibbs, L. and Spence, M.
– Kenyon,I.
85-5i) The Freelton/Misner Site Looting and Prosecution
ii) APreliminary Report on the Misner Cemetery Glass Beads
iii) A Note on the GlassBeads from the Freelton Village Site
– Fox, W.
– Kenyon, I.
– Kenyon, I.
85-6Lower Cayuga Settlements Prior to 1850: Documentary Evidence– Faux, D.
85-7Middle Iroquoian Settlement Along the Lower Nith River and HornerCreek Drainages– Nixon, C.
85-8The 1985 Salvage Excavations at the Keffer Site: A Field Report– Finlayson, W.D., Smith, Spence, M. and Timmins, P
85-9The Archaeology of the Southeastern Huron Basin– Deller, B., Ellis, C., and Kenyon, I.

86-1i) CSPMAP: A Surface Distribution Plot Program Or the Lazy Archaeologist: Why Draw up a Map When a Machine Will do it for You?
ii) Epilogue to a Prosecution
iii) The Elliott Villages (AfHc-2): An Introduction
– Keron, J.- Fox, W.
– Fox, W.
86-2i) Echo the Firekeeper: A 19 c. Iroquois Site
ii) The Breaks on theElliott Site
– Kenyon, I., and Kenyon, T.
– Fox, W.
86-3i) Cylindrical Pits on the Lawson Site
ii) The Fitz Site (AgHd-9): A Late Middle Woodland Encampment, Oxford County, Ontario
– Smith, D.
– Lennox, P.
86-4Haldimand Chert: A Preferred Raw Matterial in Southwestern Ontario During the Early Holocene Period– Parker, L.
86-5The Embro International Airport Project: Archaeology in the Classroom– Keron, J.
86-6A Port Colborne Archaeological Survey– Pengelly, J. and Pengelly, S.
86-7i) A Preliminary report on the Tregunno/Carlisle Excavations
ii) Beyond the Frontier:An Early Historic Trade Axe from Kent County
iii) Holcombe
– Kenyon, I.
– Ferris, N.
– Ellis, C.
86-8i) The Oneida of the Thames Archaeological Survey
ii) OHART Report
iii) Native Archaeology at the Oneida of the Thames Settlement
iv) History of the Grand River Reserve
– Mayer, R.
– Cornelius, M., Ireland, J., and John, S.
– Mayer,R., and Antone, P.
– Goldenweiser, A. (Reprinted)
86-9New Dates for Old Chronologies: Radiocarbon Dates from the Varden Site– MacDonald, J.

87-1i) Preliminary Findings from Enniskillen: A Mid-19th c. Ojibwa Reserve
ii) A 19th c. Wyandot Site on the Detroit River
iii) Levi Turkey and the Tuscarora Settlement on the Grand River
– Ferris, N.
– Cory, R.
– Kenyon, I.
87-2A Preliminary Examination of Site Selection Criteria for Middleport-Neutral Sites in Waterloo Region– Horne, M.
87-3The Horner Creek Site: An Historical Neutral Encampment in Brant County, Ontario– Lennox, P.
87-4i) An Archaeological Study of 19th c. European Settlement in the Gore of Camden, Kent County
ii) The Springwells Component at the Bellamy Site (AdHm-7)
– Kenyon, I.- Murphy, C.
87-5Projectile Point Type Compilation
87-6The Bonisteel Site: An Ontario Iroquoian Settlement on Lake Erie– Pengelly, J., and Pengelly, S.
87-7The Making of a 17th c. Iron Trade Axe– Kenyon, T.
87-8Brodie and Parkhill: An Analysis of Two Late Archaic Broadpoint Samples from Southwestern Ontario– Fisher, J.
87-9i) Dunk’s Bay Archaeology
ii) A Dog from Dunk’s Bay
iii) Dunk’s Bay Burial Report
iv) Stanly/Neville
– Fox, W.
– Prevec, R.
– Gibbs, L.
– Ellis, C.

88-1Some Preliminary Thoughts on Stylistic Changes to 16th &17th c. Copper Alloy Kettles and Iron Axes– Fitzgerald, W.
88-2Late Woodland Occupations at the Liahn I Site, Kent Co.– Kenyon, I.
88-3i) Report on Archaeological Investigations of the Cashbrown Site(AiHd-42), Lincoln Village Subdivision, Waterloo
ii) Snyders
– Williamson, R.- Murphy, C.
88-4i) The Elliott Village: Pit of the Dead
ii) The Human Skeletal Material of the Elliott Site
iii) The Reid Site Burials
– Fox, W.
– Spence, M.
– Saunders, S. and MacKenzie-Ward, D.
88-5Western Basin Occupations of the Robson Road(AaHp-20) Site– Kenyon, I., Ferris, N., and Hagerty, W.
88-6i) Southwestern Ontario Radio-carbon dates V
ii) The Belanger Site (AcHn-10): One Round Pit of Springwells PhasePrehistory
– Ferris, N.
– Ferris, N. and Crundwell, D.
88-7i) The Snake Creek Burial
ii) Madina Plano
– Wilson, J. and Spence, M.
– Dibb, G. and Ellis, C.
88-8Four Meadowood Phase Lithic Artifact Assemblages from Caradoc andDelaware Townships, Southwestern Ontario– Ellis, C., Fisher, J., and Deller, B.
89-1Terminal Archaic Projectile Points in Southwestern Ontario: An Exploratory Study– Kenyon, I.
89-2The Geological Formation of the St Clair River Delta and its Implications for Archaeological Research on the Walpole Island Indian Reserve– Adams, N.
89-3A “Smallpoint” Archaic Compoent at the Welke-Tonkonoh Site, Ontario– Muller, J.
89-4Index of Kewa 1978-1989
89-5Test Excavation at the Late Prehistoric Skinner Site, London– Keron, J.
89-6A Preliminary Report on the 1987-88 London Chapter Excavations at the Van bemmel Site, Kent County, Ontario– Ferris, N.
89-7Faunal Remains from the Upper Bluff Pond Site AdHa-7 Including Eggshells– Prevec, R. and Fox, W.
89-8i) The Butler’s Woods Site (AfHj-82) and the Middle Woodland Occupation of the Middle Thames River Drainage
ii) One Small Pot of Riviere Au Vase Prehistory
– Timmins, P.- Ferris, N.

90-1The Alder Creek Site: An Historic Neutral Camp, Brant County, Ontario– Hagerty, W. and Lennox, P.
90-2Salvage Excavation of the Moyer Flats Site– Fox, W.
90-3A late Wolf Phase Occupation at the Libby-Miller Site, Wallaceburg, Ontario– Ferris, N., Fox, W., and Murphy, C.
90-4Archaeological Investigations of the Stratford Knoll Site(AhHa-59)– Murphy, C. and Hagerty, W.
90-5The Diaries of Christian Denke on the Sydenham River, 1804-05– Denke, C.F. (Translated by Jamnik, I.)
90-6Preliminary Observations on the Ivan Elliott (AiHa-16) Villageand the Raymond Reid (AiHa-4) Hamlet, Wellington County, Ontario– Fitzgerald, W.
90-7i) Odawa Lithic Procurement and Exchange: A History Carved in Stone
ii) The Pits (Pt. 1): A radio-carbon Dated “Smallpoint” Late Archaic Feature from the Thedford II Site
– Fox, W.- Ellis, C., Deller, B., Murphy, C., and Dodd, C.
90-8i) Southern Niagara: Ephemeral Lakes, Sporadic Outlets,Transitional Environments and Native Populations Under Stress
ii) Thebes
– Pengelly, J.- Abel, T.
91-1A Western Basin Winter Cabin from Kent County, Ontario– Murphy, C.
91-2The Story Site: An Early 19th c. Homestead in Brant County,Ontario– Morrison, B.
91-3The Neutral Freelton Village Site– MacDonald, J.
91-4i) The Kttmer Site: A Middle Woodland Camp on the Upper ThamesDrainage
ii) A Bad Analogy? Northern Algonquian Models and the Middle WoodlandOccupations of Southwestern Ontario
– Wilson, J.- Wilson, J.
91-5A Pickering Conquest– Jamieson, S.
91-6i) An Ethnobotanical Analysis of a 14th c. Wolf Phase Feature at the Petersen Site, in North-Central Ohio
ii) The Whitemans Creek #3 Site: A Probable Prehistoric Neutral Extra-Village Site in Brant County, Ontario
– Abel, T.- Parker, L.
91-7The Diaries of Christian Frederick Denke on the Sydenham River, 1804-05– Denke, C.F. (Translated by Jamnik, I.)
91-8i) A Small But Informative Early Archaic Component at the Culloden Acres Site, Area B.
ii) Iroquoian Post Placement: The Slovenian Perspective
– Ellis, C. and Deller, B.
– Prevec, R. and Prevec, L.

92-1The Billiard Site (AhHa-76): A Small Meadowood Component in the Region of Hamilton-Wentworth– Timmins, P.
92-2i) The Wardsville Burial
ii) The Stag Island Burial
– Clark, E. and Spence, M.
– Spence, M.W.
92-3The Serpent’s Copper Scales– Fox, W.
92-4Spilled Ink and Broken Cups: The Distribution and Consumption of Ceranic Tableware in Upper Canada, 1800-1840– Kenyon, I.
92-5Pork and Potatoe, Flour and Tea: Descriptions of Food and Meals in Upper Canada, 1814-1867– Kenyon, I. and Kenyon, S.
92-6The Birch Site (BcGw-29): A Late Iroquoian Special Purpose Site in Simcoe County– MacDonald, E. and Cooper, M.
92-7Contact, Contradiction, and the Little Ice Age: Neutral Iroquoian Transformation, A.D. 1450-1650 – Fitzgerald, W.R.
92-8i) Comments on Fitzgerald’s (1992) Article Regarding Neutral Iroquoian Transformation, A.D. 1450-1650
ii) Here be Dragons: The Indian Trade Gun Side Plates From the Balynacree Site Kenora(DkKp-8)
iii) Kramer
– Pearce, R.J.- Reid, C.S.- Parker, L.
93-1Household Ceramic Stocks in Mid-19th c. Ontario– Kenyon, I. and Kenyon, S.
93-2i) The Snary Early Paleo-Indian Site
ii) The Lucky Site: An Early Woodland Find in North Dumfries Township, Region of Waterloo
– Wortner, S. and Ellis, C.
– Parker, L.R.
93-3The Preliminary Investigations at the Pocock Site and the Meadowood Phase Along the Middle Thames Drainage– Wilson, J.
93-4i) The Tanjo Site (AhGx-97): A Late Archaic Component in Hamilton-Wentworth
ii) A Possible “Upset” Iron Trade Axe
– Vanderburgh, K. and Williamson, R.
– Garrad, C.
93-5Moravians in Ontario: The April-December 1799 Diary from the Mission at Fairfield– Sabathy-Judd, G.
93-6i) The Whitefield Site (BfFv-8): An Archaic/Woodland Campsite Near Spencerville, Ontario
ii) The Rice Lake Phase Reconsidered
– Adams, N.- Wilson, J.
93-7Diaries of Christian Frederick Denke on the Sydenham, River, 1806– Denke, C.F. translated by Dreyer, F.
93-8The Cemetery Site: A Hinterland Who’s Who– Riddell, D.
94-1The Macallan Site (AgHa-59)– Woodley, P.
94-2i) Salvage Excavation of the Hardy Road Site (AgHb-190): A Middle to Late Archaic Lithic 
Scatter on the Central Grand River
ii) The Medway Celt
– Austin, S.- Lennox, P.
94-3i) The pottery from the Tara and Ireland Sites: Three Terminal Glen Meyer Components in the Burlington/Crawford Lake Area
ii) A Possible “UPset” Iron Axe from Neutralia
– Bursey, J.- Garrad, C.
94-4The Racher Site(AfHi-141): More Evidence Concerning Large Riverine Middle Woodland Sites along the Middle Thames River Drainage– Wilson, J.
94-5i) The Pits (Pt II): A Radiocarbon-Dated Early Woodland, Meadowood Phase Feature from the Parkhill Site
ii) Back to the Barrengrounds
– Ellis, C.- Fox, W.
94-6Chippewa Mission Diary of Christian Frederick Denke– Denke, C.D. translated by Jamnik, I.
94-7The Dingman Creek Site: A Middle Woodland Component in Middlesex County, Ontario– Lennox, P.
94-8Iroquoian Village Ecology– Fecteau, R., Molnar, J., and Warrick, G.

95-1The Johnson Flats Site (AgGx-214): A Stratified Prehistoric Occupation on the Lower Grand River Floodplain– Parker, L.
95-2i) The Siller Site: A Meadowood Component on the Credit River 
ii) The London Chapter’s Archaeological Assessment of the Grosvenor Lodge Property, City of London
– McEachen, P. and Williamson, R. 
– Arnold, T.
95-3Sipan, the Moche and the Archaeology of Peru– Nelson, A.
95-4The Juniper Site: A Springwells Phase Component, Essex County, Ontario– Lennox, P.
95-5Stelco 1: A Late Paleo-Indian Hi-Lo Site in the Region of Haldimand-Norfolk, Ontario– Timmins, P.
95-6“Weeds Uprising Where the Hearth Should Be”: Rural House Abandonment in Southern Ontario– Kenyon, I.
95-7Turf Grass Institute Site (AjHb): Locus B Test Excavations Guelph, Ontario– MacDonald, J.
95-8The Witz Site (AhHa-80): Highway 403 New, Ancaster– Woodley, P.

96-1Recent Research Articles in KEWA, Newsletter of the London Chapter, Ontario Archaeological Society, 1978-1995.– Woodley, Philip
96-2Analysis of the Trent University Ceramic Collection from the Krieger Site Near Chatham– Jarvis, D.
96-3The Wimmer Site (AiHb-110), Wellington County, Ontario– Timmins, P.A.
96-4,5The Fradenburg Site: An Historic Neutral Village on the Lower Grand River– Poulton, D.R., Dodd, C.F., Spence, M.W., and Fecteau, R.D.
96-6Archaeological Concerns for the Twenty-First Century– Mitchell, B.
96-7The Anderson Site (afGx-54) and the Early and Middle Ontario Iroquoian Occupations of the Lower Grand River– Bursey, J.
96-8Ojibwa Misson Report Christian Frederick Denke’s First Visit Among the Ojibwa 1801– Denke, C.F., Translated by I. Jamnik
97-1The Cider Site, A Small Point Late Archaic Component in the Town of Ancaster– Borland, M. & D. Poulton
97-2Johnson Flats Revisited– Parker, L.
97-3,4i) Reminiscences of Ian T. Kenyon 
ii)Bibliography of Ian Kenyon 
iii)Ojibway Prairie Reserve Archaeological Survey 
– Ellis, Riddell, Ferris 
– Ferris
– Kenyon, I.
97-5The Early Archaic of Ancaster: Lithic Scatters and Stage 4 Decisions – Jackson, L. & D. Morrison
97-6A Headwater Camp on Hunsburger Creek.– Murphy, C.
97-7Cherry Hill: A Kirk Corner-Notched Site at Fonthill, Ontario– Wilson, J., B. Wimmer & A. Figura
97-8Born Glen Meyer, Growing Up Uren: The Juvenile Ceramics From the Calvert Site– Timmins, P.

98-1,2The Milton Heights Site: Artifact Analysis of a Seventeenth Century Neutral Ossuary Pit.– Ferris, N.
98-3The Archaeological Investigations of Victoria Park, City of London, Ontario. – Poulton, D. & C. Dodd
98-4i) The Survival of the Wenro and How I Became One 
ii) Plainville Plano Points
– C. Garrad
– Jackson, L
98-5The Crown Site (33SA40B): An Early Wolf Phase Hamlet in Northern Ohio– Abel, T. and D. Stothers
98-6Surface Collected Artifacts From the Murray 2 Site (AfGx-72), A Hi-Lo Component Near Cayuga, Ontario – Bursey, J.
98-7,8i) The Archaeological Survey of an Interior Portion of the St. Clair Clay Plains, Kent County, Ontario 
ii) The Pits (Part III) or Evidence From the Parkhill Site Pertaining to the Age of Late Archaic “Small Points.” 
– Drew, L.- C. Ellis
99-1The Pocock Site: Exploring the Early Woodland/Middle Woodland Transition in Southwestern Ontario.– Wilson, J.
99-2i) The Pilon Site, A Late Archaic Cache Near Brantford, Ontario: A Lesson in Site Visibility. 
ii) A Comment on “Isolated Finds.” 
– Lennox, P. 
– Warrick, G.
99-3,4i) The Greg Tarry Site (AeHf-38) A Small Uren Sub-Stage Camp in Aylmer, Ontario 
ii) Some Sites and Artifacts I Have Known: The Welke-Tonkonoh Site Revisited, or What is a Meadowood Point?
– Wilson, J.
– Ellis, C.
99-5,6i) Faunal Analysis and Archaeological Prediction: A Pickering Phase Example From the Early Ontario Iroquoian Tradition. 
ii) In the Eye of the Beholder, or What is a Meadowood Point? 
iii) Reply to J.V. Wright
– Jackson, L. and D. Morrison- Wright, J.V.
– Ellis, C.
99-7The Keresturi Archaic Sites: Invisible Subsoil Features and Piece Plotting on the 403 Highway.– Lennox, P.
99-8The Southwinds Site: A Late Paleo-Indian ‘Hi-Ho’ Encampment in Middlesex County– Timmermans, S.
00-1,2i) The Dorchester Village Site (AfHg-24): A Large Uren Substage Village in Eastern Middlesex County 
ii) Lost and Found…Again!
– Keron, J.- Long, D.
00-3The Mourning Dove Site, AfHh-197– Pearce, R. & M. Spence
00-4,5Index to Kewa Research Articles, 1978-2000– N. Ferris
00-6i) Fluted Point Reports: Introduction
ii) The MacLeod Point: An Unusual Fluted Point from Middlesex County
ii) Another Fluted Point from Caradoc Township
iv) A Paleo-Indian Surface Find in Northern Middlesex County
v) Three Crowfield Points from Southeast Middlesex County
– i) Ellis, C.
– ii) MacLeod, J., D. B. Deller & C. Ellis 
–  iii) Fallon, D.
– iv) Bright R.
– v) Keron, J. & S. Prowse
00-7,8i) The Moyer Flats Site Pot
ii) Salvage Excavation of the Moyer Flats Site
iii) A True Canadian Fish Story: Archaeological Food For Thought
– i) Wilson, J.
– ii) Fox, W.
– iii) Fox, W.
01-1,2i) Standing Tree Site (BcGw-63), An Early Paleo-Indian Occupation Near Barrie, Ontario
ii) Some Sites and Artifacts I have Known: A Small Paleo-Indian Site in the Niagara Peninsula
– Woodley, P.
– Ellis, C.
01-3The Delhi Woman: An Osteobiography of An Early Ontario Iroquoian– Ginter, J.
01-4Long House Widths and the Pickering Conquest Hypothesis– Keron, J.
01-5The Sunnydale Site: AgHh-53 – A Small Point Archaic Camp in North London– Martelle, H.
01-6,7i) Some Sites and Artifacts I Have Known: The Debert Site, Nova Scotia
ii) “Tales of A River”: Our Vanishing Past Along the Sydenham River
-i) Ellis, C.
-ii) Riddell, D.
01-8The Bob Calvert Collection– Calvert, J. R., W. A. Fox, C. Ellis, R. 
Pearce, F. Carson
02-1The Crawford Knoll Site-Kenyon, I. T. and K. Snarey
02-2Heye, Where Are You Going With Those Artifacts?– Fox, W. A
02-3The Riverview Site (AfGt-81): A Multicomponent Occupation Along the Welland River, Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario– Watts, C., R. MacDonald, R. Pihl, D. Robertson  & D. Steiss
02-4Glimpses of the Middleport Site (AgHa-2), Brant County, Ontario– Sutton, R. E.
02-5,6The Masterson Heights Site (AgGt-105): A Late Archaic Period Site in St. Catherines, Ontario– Esler, J.
02-7The Horseshoe Valley Ossuary-Mandich A.
02-8The Fregg Site (AhGx-390): A Small Point Archaic Occupation in Ancaster, Ontario – Wilson, J.
03-1Comparability of Published Debitage Analysis: An Experimental Assessment – Keron, J.
03-2Edithsmith (AdHk-36): Excavations at a Terminal Archaic/Woodland Site on the Thames River– Ellis, C. & S. Wortner
03-3The Calvert Village Underworld– Fox, W. A.
03-4,5Exploring Chert Use Patterns Within Iroquoian Sites Using a Geographical Information System– Keron, J.
03-6,7Items and Means of Personal Adornment Among the Neutral: Evidence from the Lawson Site– Pearce, R.
03-8A Backed Ovate Biface Discovery from Caradoc Township, Middlesex County, Ontario– D. Fallon & S. Timmermans
04-1The Burials of the Brian Site: The Technical Report & The General Report– Spence, M.
04-2,3i) The Hillerman Site (AjGv-51) A Small Point Warm Season Interior Camp, Mississauga, Ontario
ii) A Thebes Point from Mersea Township, Essex County
– i) Fisher, J.                                                
– ii) Allen B. and C. Ellis
04-4i) The Mourning Dove Burial: Technical and GeneralReports
ii) A Ceramic Effigy with Glass Eyes From The Historic Neutral Hamilton Site
– i) Spence M. and B. Pearce.                   
– ii) Lennox, P.
04-5The Hi-Lo Component at the Welke-Tonkonoh Site, Area C– Ellis, C.
04-6Plotting to Re-Plot the Plots: Bringing Back Pioneer Cemeteries From Their Recent Past– Ferris, N.
04-7,8i) The Waubuno Site and Other Earthworks
ii) Workability Comparison of Three Ontario Cherts (A Flint Knapper’s Perspective)
– i) Pearce,R..                                                  – ii) Long, D.
05-1,2i) The Hamilton Site: Establishing the Handedness of Potters
ii) Beaucoup de Rassades Rouges (Or An Ode To Ian)
– i) Pawlowski, A.                                         – ii) Fox, W.
05-3Preliminary Investigations at Rat Island (AhGx-7), Cootes Paradise, Hamilton, Ontario–  Martin, S. W. J.
05-4Modeling Risk in the Great Lakes: An Analysis of Historic Data and Some Archaeological Expectations– Esler, J.
05-5,6Research Articles Published in Kewa, Newsletter of the London Chapter, Ontario Archaeological Society, 1978-2005; Research Articles Published in Kewa, Author Index; Projectile Point Types Published in Kewa ; Nineteenth Century Notes Published in Kewa– compiled by Neal Ferris
05-7,8i) A Comparison of Lithic Debitage Analytical Techniques as Applied to an Early Archaic Bifurcate Base Point Assemblage
ii) Chasing Turtles: An Update
– i) Pearce, S .                                                – ii) Fox, W.
06-1,2i) A Brief Historical Context to the Moravian Delaware Village of Fairfield
ii) Excavations at the Fairfield Moravian Mission on the Thames, Kent County, Province of Ontario, Canada
– i) Ferris, N.                                                  – ii) Jury, W. and E. Jury
06-3An Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the Harrietsville Site (AfHf-10)– Henderson, H. M.
06-4i) Some (More) Paleo-Indian Points from Southern Ontario
ii) Salvage Excavations of Two Burials at St. John-In-The-Wilderness Church, Bright’s Grove, Ontario
– i) Sherratt, J., D. Poulton, P. Dickson and C. Ellis                                                 – ii) Kron, H., L. Paulaharju and J. Sharman
06-5,6Where’s the Big Picture? Late Woodland Settlement along the Sydenham River: A Case for Long Term Investigation– Riddell, D.
06-7A Preliminary Report on the 2006 Test Excavations at the Davidson Site: An Archaic ‘Broad Point’ Component–  Ellis, C. J.
06-8The Skeletons from the Public Burying Ground of the City of Guelph, Ontario– Spence, M. W.
07-1i) A Simple Portable Electrolysis Instrument
ii) Charlie Nixon 1917-2007
– Arnold, T. 
– Keron, J.
07-2,3The London Chapter, OAS: The First Thirty Years (30th Anniversary Issue)– Keron, J.
07-4The Catfish Creek Survey Nearly 30 Years Later: The Continued Importance of Large Scale Survey, Site Monitoring and Preservation– Freeman, J.
07-5The Hoover Site (AfHi-328): A Small Late Summer/Fall Station in Southwestern Ontario– Sherratt, J. T & D. R. Poulton
07-6Skeletal Analysis of the Zimmer Collection– Boston, C. E.
07-7,8Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: The McGrath Site, An Early Iroquoian Component: Part I– Poulton, D. R.
08-1,2Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: The McGrath Site, An Early Iroquoian Component: Part 2– Poulton, D. R.
08-3,4Area C of the Green Hill Site (AgHk-39): A Small Point Archaic Component– Pearce, S. H. & C. J. Ellis
08-5,6Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: Part 2(A): The Willcock Site, A Transitional Uren-Middleport Component
Bipolar Reactions
– Poulton, D. R.

– Fox, W.
08-7,8Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: Part 2(B): The Willcock Site, A Transitional Uren-Middleport Component– Poulton, D. R.
09-1,2A Preliminary Overview of the 2008 Excavations at the Davidson (AhHk-54) ‘Broad Point’ Archaic Site– Ellis, C. J., E. Eastaugh, J. Keron & L. Foreman
09-3Glass Tools at the Eagle Nest Site, Brantford, Ontario-Warrick, G.
09-4,5Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: Part 3(A): The Multi-Component Pond Mills Site– Poulton, D. R.
09-6,7Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: Part 3(B): The Multi-Component Pond Mills Site– Poulton, D. R.
09-8Salvage Archaeology in London: The C.O.E.D. Project: Part 4: Conclusion– Poulton, D. R.
10-1,2Some Sites and Artifacts I Have Known: The Weed (AfHl-1) Early Paleo-Indian Site
Research at the Crawford Lake III SITE (AiGx-371)  
– Deller, D. B. and C. J. Ellis
–  Sherratt, J. T. M. Brown and C. Turton
10-3,4New Dates for the Medway River Community: Lawson (AgHh-001), Ronto (AgHh-010) and Labatt (AgHh-064)
Travels with Neal
– Sherratt, J. T., R. J. Pearce and D. G. Smith
– Spence, M. W.
10-5Dismemberment or Dissection: An “Unusual Burial” in London, Ontario.– Spence, M. W.
10-6,7A Preliminary Report on a Late Archaic Pithouse from the Davidson Site (AhHk-54)
Danny Was Here
– Ellis, C. J., E. Eastaugh and J. Keron
– Spence, M. W.
10-8Treponemal Infection in a Western Basin Community–  Spence, M. W.,  C. D. White, N. Ferris and F. J. Longstaffe
11-1Surface Surveys of the Wiener Site (AeHh-140), 2006-2010– Dann, D.
11-2A Preliminary Report On A 3000 Year Old “Wall Trench” Structure from the Davidson Site (Ahhk-54).– Ellis, C. J. and J. R. Keron
11-3A Distinctive, Probably Early Paleoindian, Stone Artifact From the Credit River Drainage
Holes in Cemeteries
– Ellis C. J. and P. Racher
– Spence, M. W.
11-4,5,6An Assemblage Out of Place: Identifying a Possible Northern Algonkian Site in Southern Ontario
If the Shoe Fits…Analysis of 19th Century Shoes
 – Bursey, J. A.
– Quirk, L and M. Beaudoin
11-7,8The Archaeology of the Thomas Jennings Burial
The Burial of Thomas Jennings
– Sherratt, J.T.
– Spence, M. W.
12-1,2Two Paleoindian Bifaces from Haldimand
An Updated Fluted Point Survey for Southern Ontario
Ernie Sackrider’s Field Notes: The Sealey Site
– Bursey, J. A.
– Hanson, C. and C. J. Ellis
– Pearce, R. J.
12-3The Infant Burial of the Watford Site (AlGu-5)– Spence, Michael W.
Late Woodland Settlement on the Periphery: Another Part of the Big PictureSalvaging the Ivory Hill Cache Or “You Can’t Always Get What You Want, but……”– Riddell, David
– Fox, William A.
12-8Programming Projectile Point Typologies– Arnold, Tom
13-1The Old Sites Project: An Update (includes an address delivered by Rutherford Smith in the 1930s entitled: Indian Archaeology of Wentworth Co. and Its Relation to Early Canadian History)– Fox, William A.
13-2,3,4Hi-Lo Point Life Histories– Ellis, C. J. and D. B. Deller
13-5,6Three Burials from the Libby-Miller Site, Kent Co., Ontario– Spence, Michael W.
13-7,8Grave Reminiscences
The Figura Site Torso Burial
Before and After: A Test of the Reliability of Surface Assessments of Mortuary Features
– Fox, William A.
– Spence, Michael W.
– Spence, Michael W.
14-1, 2To Save a Cemetery
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Western Ontario Volume 1, Issue 1, 1964 – reprint of whole issue (information on fluted point, Parker Earthworks, Unusual bone fleshing tool, etc.)
– Riddell, David

– Various authors
14-3, 4Meadowood Phase Occupations on the Caradoc Sand Plain
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Western Ontario Volume 2, Issue 1, 1965 – reprint of selected articles (information on “Green Limestone artifacts” [e.g. subgreywacke broadpoints], rediscovery of Huron Ossuary, possible surviving Huron garment)
– Ellis, C. J. and D. B. Deller

— Various authors
14-5, 6The Davidson Site, A Late Archaic, First Nations Ancestral Occupation near Parkhill, Ontario. Part I: Goals, Site Setting and Site Investigations – Ellis, C. J., J. Keron et al.
14-7, 8The Davidson Site, A Late Archaic, First Nations Ancestral Occupation near Parkhill, Ontario. Part II: The Broad Point and Small Point Components– Ellis, C. J., J. Keron et al.
15-1Jack’s Reef and Related Point Types in Ontario
– Bursey, J.
15-2, 3A Birdstone from the Lower Ausable Valley
– Dann, D.
15-4, 5Some Sites and Artifacts I Have Known: The Walsh Point, A Quartz Fluted Point from Near Napanee, Ontario
Report on the Hyde Park Cranium (Part I)
Report on the Hyde Park Cranium (Part II): The Trauma and Death of a Nineteenth Century Man
– Ellis, C. J.

– Pearce, R. J.
– Spence, M. W.
15-6, 7, 8The Mason Cemetery: An Introduction
The Skeletal Remains from the Mason Cemetery Burials, London, Ontario
A Settlement History of the Neighbourhood of Park Lot 3, West Side of Francis Street, London Township
– Spence, M.W & J. Wilson
– Wheeler, S.
— Bates Neary, H.
16-1, 2, 3
A Hi-Lo Point From Near Sylvan, Ontario
Oral Pathology and Subsistence in the Younge Phase, Western Basin Tradition
Using Magnetomer Survey to Locate Buried Cultural Features on Lithic Scatters: Examples from the Davidson (AhHk-54) Late Archaic Site

– Keron, J. & C. Ellis
Spence, M. W.
-Ellis, C., E. Eastaugh & J. Keron
16-4The Bonisteel Site Burial-Spence, M. W.
16-5, 6That’s the Point, My Deer: An Experimental Study Using Genesee Replica Bifaces
Hey Boss: Is this an Artifact?
-Malleau, K.
-Arnold, T.
16-7,8 A Popeyed Birdstone Preform from Sarnia, Ontario
A Discriminant Function Analysis of Meadowood Points from Ontario
-Rocca, M. and Ellis, C.J.
-Hossack, A.
17-1-4Ontario Paleo Research, 25+ Years Later
Re-discovering the Joe DeRyk #1 Site (AeHf-21) 
-Ellis, C.J.
-Gonzalez-Macqueen, F.
and Ellis, C.J.
17-5-6The Codd Bottle: Rarity and Ingenuity in Ontario Archaeology-Kisielewski, A.
17-7-8The Neutral Sequence in the Hamilton Area-Kenyon, I.T.
18-1The North Kent Wind 1 Project, Chatham & Dover Townships, Chatham-Kent, Ontario-Meicenheimer, L.
18-2-3The Metcalfe Site Cluster: A Late Woodland Concentration of Settlement on the Upper Sydenham River Drainage -Riddell, D.
18-4-5Some Sites and Artifacts I Have Known:
The Ferguson (Afhk-1) Early Paleo Site
-Ellis, C.J. 
-Deller, D. B
18-6-8Archaic Research, the Black Hole of Southern Ontario Archaeology-Ellis, C.J.
19-1,2The Piccola Site (BaGv-43), A Small Woodland Camp Overlooking the Holland Marsh-Woodley, P.
-Hagerty, W.
19-3Maskinonge Site (BbGu-45) South Locus: A Single Broken Pot– Woodley, P.
-Murray, A.
19-4A Small Late Woodland Encampment in Stoney Creek: The Shadyglen SIte (AhGx-133)
-Woodley, P.
19-5Research Note on Some Early Archaic Bifurcate Base Points and Late Archaic Narrowpoints from Jerseyville Estates-Jackson, L.J.
-Morrison, D.
19-6,7The Archaeology of an Early 19th Century Delaware Village, Brant County-Warrick, G.
19-8The Springer Site: The Archaeology of the Home of Mohawk Chief Daniel Springer-Warrick, G.
20-01Shell Beads Among the Neutral and Their Ancestors-Fox, W.
20-2,3A Burned Historic House Structure at Site 41 (AiGx-306), Waterdown, City of Hamilton-Murray, A.
-Woodley, P.
20-4,5,6Thomas Davis and the Methodist Mission at Davisville: Archaeology of the Davisville 7 Site, Brantford, Ontario-Warrick, G.
20-7,8i) Woodland Cemetery Potter’s Field Investigation
ii) The Calvert “Brick”
iii) The Elliott Villages (AfHc-2) – A Reintroduction
i) Phillips, N. (with the editorial assistance of T. Muggridge, E Eastaugh, and H. Atkinson)
ii) Fox, W. and J. Beddard
iii) Fox, W.
21-1,2,3,4i) The Reminiscences of George Allison (1841-1926)
ii) Thoughts and Comments on William D. Finlayson’s (2020): The Draper Site, an Ontario Woodland Tradition Frontier Coalescent Village in Southern Ontario, Canada: Looking Back, Moving Forward
iii) Flintknapping Skill Levels: A Case Study at Ridge Pine 3
i) Fox, W.
ii) Bursey, J.
iii) Russell, J
21- 5,6The Land Between: An Overview of the Indigenous Archaeology Of Huron County, OntarioSherratt, J.
21-7,8Intrasite Spatial Analysis of the Ridge Pine 3 Archaic Site Russell, J