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Looking at the Material Culture of Nineteenth Century Logging Camps: An Algonquin Park Perspective and Beyond by Roderick MacKay (2014) (APA Occasional Papers Series No.1) **.pdf version -- the file will be emailed to you**

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Full-colour .pdf file will be sent by email. “The archaeology [of logging camps] is important to …the grandsons and granddaughters of the early loggers, some of whom are loggers themselves. It helps them appreciate what life was like for their ancestors and how different life is now” (Reynolds,2010). Recent attempts to bring attention to a depot farm in Renfrew County from about 1840, in which tree-marking had taken place but no reservations around clearance cairns or foundation mounds had been set aside, raised awareness of an on-going issue and prompted this resurrection and expansion of a previous paper prepared for an Ontario Archaeological Society conference workshop in 2010.
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