Master of Arts (MA)
Religion & Culture / Religious Studies
Faculty of Arts
Between September 15 and December 15, 1980, staff members from the Kingston Harbourfront Archaeological Project conducted rescue excavations on a provincially owned property in the City of Kingston, Ontario. Excavation at the Kingston Harbourfront Site (Bb Gc-7) exposed structural and artifactual data representing four occupational periods and ranging in date from the late 1780's through to the present. A wide variety of structural remains representing military, commercial, industrial and residential developments were examined. Analysis of the archaeological and historical data has led to the compilation of an occupational profile which outlines the historic periods of occupation, the structural and artifactual remains associated with each of the periods and some of the factors which contributed to the site's historical development.
Stewart, Warren Bruce, "The Kingston Harbourfront site: An evaluation of urban development (Ontario)" (1983). Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). 70.