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by Greg & Ruth Gotthardt Hare
Archaeology in the Fort Selkirk area was carried out between 1987 and 1989 as a cooperative project of the Selkirk .
Archaeology in the Fort Selkirk area was carried out between 1987 and 1989 as a cooperative project of the Selkirk First Nation, the Yukon Heritage Branch and Yukon College. The 1988 and 1989 work was carried out as a joint archaeology and culture history project in which Selkirk First Nation Elders assisted archaeologists in the identification and interpretation of traditional sites in the Fort Selkirk area, and provided information on aspects of traditional life and oral history.
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Greg Hare, Ruth Gotthardt: A Look Back in Time. the bottom of the Bering Strait, said Ruth Gotthardt, an archeologist with the Yukon government. Pre-history of the Mustang.
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Hot life, under the sun I'm thinking back on what i've done In those days The whole world was mine. Ain't a lie, it's a shame Now the man in the mirror Lost his name I'm looking at a stranger
Hot life, under the sun I'm thinking back on what i've done In those days The whole world was mine. Ain't a lie, it's a shame Now the man in the mirror Lost his name I'm looking at a stranger. I was innocent and free That was my reality Like a child that does'nt care Bout all the ones who stare Being what he wants to be. If i could Turn back the time I'd be the first of the line To live it, to love it, and do it again It's in this mind Who's in need to rewind But never say never, n' play on the game.
A great survey of the state of military-sites archaeology in America. -Lynn L. M. Evans, curator of archaeology for Mackinac State Historic Parks Forts and battlefields embody activities and locations where nations have come into conflict and where victory or defeat has determined the shape of modern American society.