Painting the Past with a Broad Brush: Papers in Honour of James Valliere Wright

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Edited by David L. Keenlyside and Jean-Luc Pilon

This book brings together 23 scholarly articles on various aspects of Canada’s ancient past that pay tribute to and reflect James Valliere Wright’s diverse geographic and cultural interests in relation to Canadian archaeology and pre-history.

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Painting the Past with a Broad Brush: Papers in Honour of James Valliere Wright
Edited by David L. Keenlyside and Jean-Luc Pilon

October 2009, ISBN 978-0-660-19912-2
Mercury Series, Archaeology Paper 170
768 pp., 227 illustrations, 17 x 24 cm, paperback

For over 50 years, James Valliere Wright was a ground-breaking leader and inspiring mentor for the Canadian archaeological profession.
This publication brings together 23 scholarly articles on various aspects of Canada’s ancient past that pay tribute to and reflect J. V. Wright’s diverse geographic and cultural interests in relation to Canadian archaeology and pre-history. This exceptional festschrift includes an annotated bibliography of J. V. Wright’s works.

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