Archaeologist Bill Fox presents a traditional chronological review of archaeological evidence for the millennia of Indigenous occupation across the landscape of what is now known as Hastings County.
He follows this with a reconsideration of archaeological and historical documentation concerning Indigenous-European relations during the seventeenth century.
With an M.A. in Archaeology from U of T, Bill Fox was an archaeologist with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Parks Canada, then was a manager with the Trent-Severn Waterway. Since retirement, he’s an adjunct professor at Trent University’s Anthropology Graduate Program.
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