Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 10
by Jane E. Harris
Artifacts from the French OccupationWine Bottles
Square Blue-Green Bottles
Wide-Mouthed Blue-Green Bottles
Artifacts from the English OccupationWine and Spirits Bottles
Artifacts from the Post-Occupation PeriodLiquor Bottles
Food Storage Containers
Unidentified ArtifactsFlat-Sided Vessels
Clear Glass Vessels
Conclusions and Discussion
1 Map showing location of Fort Gaspereau.
2 Site and excavation plan of Fort Gaspereau.
3 French wine bottle fragments.
4 French wine bottle base fragment.
5 French wine bottle neck fragment.
6 Square blue-green bottle fragments.
7 Neck of a wide-mouthed blue-green bottle.
8 Blue-green base fragment.
9 Blue-green base.
10 Pattern-moulded tumbler.
11 Part of a Stiegel-type tumbler.
12 English wine bottle.
13 English wine bottle neck.
14 Base fragment of a pharmaceutical bottle.
15 Liquor bottle neck.
16 Shoofly flask neck.
17 Beer bottle fragments.
18 Soda water bottle fragment.
19 Crown fruit jar fragment.
20 Crown fruit jar lid.