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Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 10



Glassware Excavated at Fort Gaspereau, New Brunswick

by Jane E. Harris

Contents

Abstract

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Artifacts from the French Occupation

     Wine Bottles
     Square Blue-Green Bottles
     Wide-Mouthed Blue-Green Bottles
     Tumblers

Artifacts from the English Occupation

     Wine and Spirits Bottles
     Pharmaceutical Bottles

Artifacts from the Post-Occupation Period

     Liquor Bottles
     Beer Bottles
     Soda Bottles
     Paneled Bottles
     Miscellaneous Bases
     Food Storage Containers
     Tumblers

Unidentified Artifacts

     Flat-Sided Vessels
     Bottles
     Clear Glass Vessels

Conclusions and Discussion

References Cited

Illustrations

1 Map showing location of Fart Gaspereau.

2 Site and excavation plan of Fart Gaspereau.

3 French wine battle fragments.

4 French wine bottle base fragment.

5 French wine bottle neck fragment.

6 Square blue-green battle fragments.

7 Neck of a wide-mouthed blue-green battle.

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 battle fragments.

18 Soda water battle fragment.

19 Crown fruit jar fragment.

20 Crown fruit jar lid.



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