A Comparison of the Cultural Heritage Laws in the State of New York and Province of Ontario by Kurt D. Springs

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Prehistoric populations were not separated by current political or legal differences that currently separate national, state, or provincial laws, especially those regarding cultural and archaeological heritage. Indeed, the Iroquois nations, for instance, maintained a presence on both shores of Lake Ontario, and beyond, in what are today the State of New York and the Province of Ontario. The Iroquois were not the first in the region. Other prehistoric cultures maintained settlements and camps through out the region, some extending even farther.

 

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