e-Héritage

 

Our members have proposed these Heritage Links. Do you have favorites that you would like to share with others who are interested in Cultural Heritage. Send them along and we'll add them to the list. 
E-mail your suggestions to:

Nos membres nous ont suggéré ces liens patrimoniaux. En avez-vous que vous aimeriez proposer à d'autres qui ont des intérêts semblables pour le patrimoine culturel? Envoyez-les nous par courriel et nous les ajouterons à la liste ci-dessous: 

U=unilingual site, B=bilingual site, E=English, F=français

General Heritage / Patrimoine en général

Patrimoine canadien - Canadian Heritage   (B)

The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents 1610 to 1791:  
This site contains the beginnings of the complete English translation of The Jesuit Relations and Allied
Documents. (E)

Early Canadiana Online: Early Canadiana Online (ECO) is a full text online collection of more than 3,000 books and pamphlets documenting Canadian history from the first European contact to the late 19th century. The collection is particularly strong in literature, women's history, native studies, travel and exploration, and the history of French Canada.(B)

Centre de référence lithique du Québec: Nous vous invitons à découvrir les pierres que les Amérindiens utilisaient durant la préhistoire pour la taille des outils et des armes. Des objets qui avaient une place importante lors des chasses, des guerres ou lors des activités quotidiennes. (U-F)

Recherches amérindiennes au Québec: Recherches amérindiennes au Québec est une société d’édition entièrement consacrée à la diffusion de connaissances sur les populations autochtones du Québec et des Amériques. Elle publie une revue et des monographies. Elle organise des colloques et produit des documents audiovisuels.(U-F)


Local Heritage Links
Liens patrimoniaux de notre région

Archaeology in Canada's Capital

L'archéologie dans la capitale du Canada

City of Ottawa - Museums
Ville d'Ottawa - Musées

The Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa
Le Conseil des Organismes du Patrimoine d'Ottawa

Bytown or Bust
Immigration and Settlement in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, Canada, in the 1800's Including the Cities of Ottawa and Hull / Gatineau. The site is interactive and has over 1500 pages.
There is a Native History in Ottawa section and an Archaeology in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec section.

Friends of Murphy's Point Park: The Friends work to enhance the natural heritage education program at Murphys Point Provincial Park. Partners with the Ottawa Chapter of OAS in the Hogg Bay Archaeology Project. (E)

Friends of Bonnechere Park: Each year in conjunction with the Ottawa Chapter of OAS, the Friends host various public archaeological workshops, digs and conferences in and around Bonnechere Park. (E)

Les Amis du Parc de la Gatineau -Friends of Gatineau Park
Les Amis offrent leur appui aux activités d’interprétation, à la production de publications éducatives et à des levées de fonds pour l’avancement de l’interprétation du patrimoine du Parc.

The Friends help foster a better understanding of  the park's heritage by providing volunteer support for the park’s interpretation program, publishing and selling of publications and by fund-raising.

Cumberland Township Historical Society: The present Cumberland Township Historical Society (CTHS) was founded in 1986. The CTHS is a non-profit, volunteer and community-based organization. The members are a dedicated group of people who want to preserve Cumberland Township History. Besides history they share a common interest in genealogy and archaeology.(E)

Pinhey's Point:The Pinhey Estate, HORACEVILLE, is an 88-acre heritage site scenically situated on the Ottawa River in rural Kanata, northwest of Ottawa. In 1990 the City of Kanata acquired Pinhey's Point and is today developing its heritage and waterfront potential. (U-E)

History of the Rideau Canal: The Rideau Canal, now over 160 years old, is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. It was conceived after the War of 1812 (you remember; the war where Canada beat back the invading Americans). It was designed to provide a secure supply route from Montréal to Kingston, avoiding the vulnerable St. Lawrence River route.(U-E)

The Geology of the Rideau Region: Thirteen thousand years ago, a blink of the eye in geologic time, the Rideau region was sitting under a glacier, over a kilometre in thickness. There were no lakes, no trees, no wildlife, and no people.(U-E)

Archaeology in Kingston and Eastern Ontario, Canada: 
People have inhabited the area that is now Kingston for thousands of years. The region was home to native groups as early as 7000 B.C.E., to French traders and soldiers during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, to British and British-American settlers in the eighteenth century, and finally to some of the major figures of early Canada in the nineteenth century. Each of these cultures left its mark on the land; their various legacies contribute significantly to the Kingston of today, and in no field are those legacies more conspicuous than in that of archaeology. (U-E)

Fort Henry: Perched on a rise of land at the entrance to the St. Lawrence, Fort Henry offers impressive views of the city and Lake Ontario. Originally constructed of rough-hewn stone, the first fort was hastily reinforced in 1812 in response to increasing threats of hostility from our now friendly neighbours to the south, the Americans. (U-E)

Cornwall and Seaway Valley Tourism: Attractions - History and Heritage.(U-E)


Magazines/Les revues
American Journal of Archaeology (U-E)

Canadian Geographic Magazine (U-E)


Resources and Services
Archeostore.com  (U. E.)
Catering to the needs of archaeologists.

 

Societies/Associations

The Society for Historical Archaeology (U-E)

L'Association des archéologues du Québec (U-F)

The Ontario Archaeological Society:  
The Ontario Archaeological Society is a registered charitable organization that promotes 
the ethical practice of archaeology in the Province of Ontario.(U-E)

The London Chapter: Ontario Archaeological Society:  
The London Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society represents the regional interests and concerns of the archaeological community in Southwestern Ontario, by providing field activities, social events, and advocacy opportunities.(U-E)

The Canadian Archaeological Association
l'Association canadienne d'archéologie.(B)

Ottawa Paleontological Society 

Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
Le Réseau canadien d'information sur le Patrimoine (RCIP) (B)

Archaeological Institute of America (U-E)


Museums/Musées

Virtual Museum of Canada/Musée Virtuel Canada:  collections from more than 700 Canadian museums and links to 2,400 others.  250,00 digital images.  Valuable tools for travelers drawn to museums.(B)

Visit a Museum/Visitez un Musée is a portal of museums throughout Northern Ontario. The site contains upcoming events, photo galleries and a description of each museum.  Un portail vers les musées du Nord- ontarien. Le site renseigne sur les événements courants et contient une description de chaque musée et des galleries de photos. (B)

The Royal Ontario Museum is Canada's largest museum and features galleries in Art, Archaeology and Science. It is also an architectural gem.(B)

Musée canadien de l'histoire Canadian museum of history (B)

Pointe-à-Callière, Musée d'archéologie et d'histoire de Montréal  

Le Musée de la Civilisation, ville de Québec.(B)


Underwater Heritage/Le patrimoine sous-marin

L'épave d'un vaisseau de la Flotte de Phips (1690) (B)

La Salle's Ship, Belle (1686) (U-E)


Government/Gouvernement

NCC - CCN (B)

Parcs Canada - Parks Canada (B)

Canadian Conservation Institute - Institut canadien de conservation (B)

Ontario Ministry of Culture/
Ministère de la culture de l'Ontario (B)

Assembly of First Nations (B)

Kitigan Zibi (Algonquin of Maniwaki, Québec)

Innu Nation (B)

Wyandot Nation:The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is dedicated to the preservation of Wyandot history and culture and the preservation, protection, restoration and maintenance of the Huron Indian Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas.(U-E)


This page was launched December 18, 1996 and updated January  9  2020
On a lancé cette page le 18 décembre, 1996 et mis à jour le  9 janvier 2020
Copyright © 1996-2001 The Ottawa Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society, Inc.
Tous droits réservés © 1996-2001 La Section d'Ottawa de la Société ontarienne d'archéologie.