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PI-817: Copy of document entitled An Archaeological Survey of Saskatchewan No. 1, compiled by Boyd Wettlaufer with drawings by Dorothy Wettlaufer. The document is the result of a survey conducted under the direction of the National Museum of Canada and the Provincial Museum of Saskatchewan in July and August, 1951. Includes information on The Lake Midden; Mortlach Midden; Stoney Beach Midden; Gull Lake Midden; midden and field pottery; bison kills; prairie cultures; and early man cultures.
PI-818: Document entitled The Prehistory of Montreal Lake, Central Saskatchewan, a thesis submitted by Michael Robert Alexander Forsman to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. 1976. (259 p.)
PI-819: Document entitled The St. Victor Petroglyphs, written by Tim Jones and Louise Jones and presented to Ian Dyck of the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, February 20, 1982. 34 p.
PI-820: Document entitled Visual Settings of Medicine Wheels in Saskatchewan, the field research report of the Medicine Wheel Research Project, funded in part by Saskatchewan Parks, Recreation and Culture. The project was proposed, planned and supervised by David Vogt of the University of British Columbia and field research was organized and conducted by Rhiannon Johnson and Ariane Herzog. Sites visited in Saskatchewan are as follows: Claybank; Ogema; Doug Wade; Minton Turtle; Halbrite; Oxbow; Forget; Moose Mountain; Wilson Russell; Plenty; and Empress. October 1988.
PI-821: Document entitled Heritage Resource Development Feasibility Study, Swift Current, prepared for the City of Swift Current, Saskatchewan by Tim E.H. Jones, a heritage resources consultant in Saskatoon. Includes information on petroglyph sites in the area. February 20, 1989.
PI-822: Document entitled Archaeological Recording of the Swift Current Creek Petroglyph Site (EbNw-15) prepared by Tim E.H. Jones of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. June 3, 1989. (17 p.)