George N. Gogo

He is best known for his discoveries of Late Palaeo-Indian artifacts such as the two point fragments displayed in the Palaeo-Indian Section. He also documented sites representing a wide variety of time periods and cultures, including many well-known St.Lawrence Iroquoian sites

- Born in Cornwall, Ontario
- Identified and excavated sites on islands in the St. Lawrence River east of Cornwall, Ontario, and on the adjacent mainland, mainly in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s

(Photo of George Gogo in his Canadian Army Medical Corps uniform during the Second World War; kindly provided by his nepheu and field companion, Mr. George Anderson of Ottawa)

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