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Lab number
Material dated
charcoal; charbon de bois
on the north bank of the Saskatchewan River, 267 m asl, opposite the outlet of Pasquia River, Manitoba
Map sheet
63 F/14
M. Tamplin
Date submitted
March 24, 0097
Measured Age
1330 ± 100
Normalized Age
1330 ± 100
δ13C (per mil)
Woodland, Avonlea; Sylvicole
Stratigraphic component
Component 2
pit in light gray silt, Unit 6n4w, 80 cm below datum, 1.3 m depth, excavated from Layer 1b into deeper layers
Associated taxa
Mammalia: Ondatra zibethicus, Castor canadensis, Bison bison, Alces alces, Canis latrans, Canis lupus, Microtus sp, Mephitis mephitis, Lynx canadensis, Lepus americanus, Ursus americanus, Odocoileus sp, Erethizon dorsatum, Sylvilagus sp? (should be checked), Lutra canadensis, Spermophilus franklinii; Aves, Anas americana, Branta canadensis, Pelecanus erythrorhynchos, Cygnus columbianus, Pisces,
FkMh-5, Pas Reserve: This stratified campsite has four components, Selkirk, Avonlea, Laurel, and Duncan from youngest to oldest, but they are not always well separated stratigraphically. In 1992, a burial was discovered during a basement excavation near the campsite. The burial was accompanied by three projectile points, including a Besant point and two previously unknown types. The campsite has been reported with an incorrect Borden designation, FlMh-2. Fauna: Haliaeetus leucocephlus; Pisces: Stizostedion sp, Lota lota, Esox lucius, Carpiodes cyprinus, Catostomidae