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One could presume that discussions held following his lectures as well as feedback received from the eminent scholars who were in attendance, would be carefully folded into his manuscripts and published with the knowledge that he had withstood the careful scrutiny of leading scientists. Was it here that he had found some of the many artifacts which he described in first archaeological publication "Narcisse Noël of Aylmer, in company with the writer, also found some imperfect arrow-heads at this place, which appear to have been rejected by the ancient workmen.
In at least one instance, he sought advice outside the region, writing to David Boyle at the Provincial Museum in Toronto ( this 1908 letter). For about 100 yards along the shore, between high and low water mark, the rocks are littered with chips and shreds of black flint, which are also washed out of the gravel at high water mark after heavy rains." The second photo, again by Ami, shows a young man holding a large object which could be just about anything, including a human skull.
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