Clyde C. Kennedy

He is best known for his impressive Archaic Period discoveries near Pembroke, Ontario. Several artifacts from those excavations are displayed in the Archaic section. He also undertook many extensive surveys and excavations of sites in the middle Ottawa Valley region.

- Born in Trail, British Columbia
- Long career with Atomic Energy of Canada in Chalk River
- Very active in Ottawa Valley heritage communities and a founding member of the Ottawa chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society
- Received several awards for his heritage work locally, provincially, nationally and internationally, including the J. Norman Emerson Award from the Ontario Archaeological Society

(Photo of Clyde Kennedy working at the Morrison's Island site in the early 1960s; kindly made available by his son Mr. Clayton Kennedy)

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