5 edition of frontier fur trade blacksmith shop, 1796-1812 found in the catalog.
by National Historic Parks and Sites, Environment Canada, Parks, Available from the Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada in Ottawa, Quebec, Canada
Written in English
|Statement||John D. Light and Henry Unglik.|
|Series||Studies in archaeology, architecture, and history,|
|LC Classifications||F1059.S33 L54 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||87171388|
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Such rings have been documented previously archaeologically as part of Parks Canada publication "A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop " by John D. Light and Henry Unglik, An example which I believe is known to you. Though in that case, the tuyere is identified via forge clinker rings (page 6 of the publication). The French folding knife, a.k.a., "clasp knife" imported into the North American Fur Trade was one of the earliest known type of knife to be introduced to the New World - dating back to the 's, possibly earlier. These blades have been recovered from French influenced sites throughout the territory of New France, which extended from Louisiana to Canada.
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A frontier fur trade blacksmith shop, [John D Light; Henry Unglik]. Frontier fur trade blacksmith shop, Ottawa: National Historic Parks and Sites, Environment Canada, Parks ; Quebec, Canada: Available from the Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada, © The blacksmith shop described in this report was located on the east side of Old Fort St.
Joe Point on St. Joseph Island, Ontario. The point was occupied from toalthough the British fort was burned by an American force in After the war of 14, only a minor British force remained on the point, the main forceFile Size: 4MB. A frontier fur trade blacksmith shop, / John D. Light and Henry Unglik National Historic Parks and Sites, Environment Canada, Parks ; Available from the Canadian Govt.
Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada Ottawa: Quebec, Canada Australian/Harvard Citation. Light, John. A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop by John D. Light, Henry Unglik A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop by John D.
Light, Henry Unglik (p. ) Review by: Henry A. Baker. Lawrence County, Arkansas Deed Record Book B. County Clerk’s Office, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. Light, John D. The Archaeological Investigation of Blacksmith Shops. Industrial Archaeology 10(1) Light, John D. and Henry Unglik.
A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop. Archaeology and the Fur Trade: The Excavation of Sturgeon Fort, A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop S tudies in A r cha eology, Book Co., Oakville, : Michael Pfeiffer.
In A Frontier Fur Trade Black Smith Shop, –, revised ed., edited by John D. Light and Henry Unglik, pp. 3– Studies in Archaeology, Architecture and Cited by: 4. A frontier fur trade blacksmith shop,John D. Light and Henry Unglik.
(pbk.): Toronto Public Library. This issue is available in English as A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop, (catalogue no. R6l-2/E)in Canada through authorized bookstore agents and ether bookstores or by mail from the Canadian Government Publishing. A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop: by John D.
Light, Henry Unglik A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop: by John D. Light, Henry Unglik (pp. Cite this Record. Review of a Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop Henry A. Baker. American Antiquity.
1 (). (tDAR id: )Author: Henry A. Baker. Technological Adaptation on the Frontier: An Examination of Blacksmithing at Fort Michilimackinac, century fur trade frontier and the wider socioeconomic landscape of which he was part. Blacksmiths were essential in supporting the material needs of frontier Blacksmith ShopCited by: 1.
Took a couple of classes and managed to make some tools. I volunteered to help out an experienced blacksmith with some demos this summer and am trying to find info on frontier/fur trade blacksmithing.
I found a couple of pages on the web and a book and dissertation on a couple or digs around the great lakes. A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop ~ Studies in Archaeology Architecture and History. Studies in Archaeology Architecture and History.
Ottawa, ON: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, - the art of blacksmithing and shaping metal the way it was done before everything became automated. See more ideas about Blacksmithing, Metal and Metal working pins. Required to keep a daily log as a fur trade clerk, his growth from homesick lad to experienced fur trader forms the heart of this journal.
He Captivated by tales of adventure, year-old George Nelson left his family in Quebec in and headed to the Northwest Territory to work for Sir Alexander Mackenzie's XY Company, one of the major fur /5.
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