Pat Tucker | ''Historical and Archaeological Investigations at the Stryesynski site (33W050) During the British and Indian Invasion of Port Miami in 1812'' | March 28, 2009 | University of Toledo
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Pat Tucker | ''Historical and Archaeological Investigations at the Stryesynski site (33W050) During the British and Indian Invasion of Port Miami in 1812'' | March 28, 2009 | University of Toledo

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The Archaeology of Prehistoric Native Americans in the Western Lake Erie Region Conference was held at the University of Toledo.  The archaeological Conference was an opportunity for the public and amateur and professional archaeologists to become familiar with prehistoric and historic events in the Western Lake Erie Region.  The purpose was to bring more light to bear on the Native American cultures of the Western Lake Erie Region during the time period from 1000 B.C. to 1800 A.D.


Pat Tucker discussed the relationship of Prot Miami and the British and Indian invasion of this settlement between June and December 1812.  The archeological evidence of the burning and destruction of the Pre-War of 1812 residential structure at the Stryesynski site (33W050) is related to the British and Indian invasion and destruction of port Miami.  Pat Tucker attended and received his M.A from the University of Toledo. 

 

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