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Drawing and painting were the only methods of making visual records in the field before photographic equipment became portable.
Collection: Gold in Nova Scotia
Creator: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Exploring the role of mathematics in archaeology, with a focus on the excavation of Kingston's Market Square.
Collection: History Beneath Our Feet: Kingston Market Square
Creator: Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation
In this challenge, students learn about the investigative and reporting techniques used by forensic archaeologists.
Collection: Investigating Forensics
Creator: SFU Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
Turnbull Variable Pitch Propeller
Collection: A Century of Aviation in New Brunswick
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
What is gold, how did it get to Nova Scotia and what are the two types of gold deposits found in Nova Scotia.
Collection: Gold in Nova Scotia
Creator: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Students will learn to determine the scale factor relating to images of bones and fossils.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Exploring the role of mathematics in archaeology, with a focus on the excavation of Kingston's Market Square.
Collection: History Beneath Our Feet: Kingston Market Square
Creator: Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation
Prehistoric aboriginals were able to cook food using fleshed animal skins by adding hot rocks to contained water.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
Students will learn to determine the scale factor relating to images of bones and fossils.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum

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