By Saskatchewan Archaeological Society
2nd Edition, 2020
The map is 24 x 36 inches, double-sided and in full color. It is available folded (like a road map) for easy travelling, or unfolded, for those interested as hanging it as a poster.
Contains FAQ on Saskatchewan archaeology, a summary of the last 12,000 years of Saskatchewan history (according to archaeologists), a First Nations perspective on archaeology and a glossary of terms. There is also information on how to get involved with Saskatchewan archaeology – maybe you’ll even go on a dig!
Features a stunningly detailed, three-dimensional map of the Saskatchewan landscape, overlayed with all of 20,000 archaeological sites recorded in the province! There is also a list of archaeological sites and museums recommended for public tours. Details about each location are provided, along with a contact number so you can start your own archaeology tour.
In 2020, the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society reprinted a second edition of the map with updated archaeological sites.