Peasants & Masters

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Publisher: Fjord Press; 1st edition (April 1990)

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a photographer-journalist of the Peterborough Examiner, visited the site, and so began the first modern records of it.� Paul Sweetman of the University of Toronto undertook the first research at the site in July 1954, recording nearly a hundred petroglyphs.� Sweetman's report indicated a possible age as great as 3,500 years or as young as 400 years.� His upper limit, 3,500 years, is in agreement with the epigraphic evidence as given in this book.� Tens of thousands of visitors now come to the site each year, using the access road and other facilities that have been erected for their benefit.� it has become a major center of archaeological interest for the whole of North America, and all Americans are grateful to the Canadian authorities for having seen to it that the ancient petroglyphs are protected yet open to all visitors. ������ The Vastokases, like most archaeologists in North America, felt obliged to explain all American petroglyphs as being the work of native Amerindian 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