David Black

Journal Articles

2016 Hrynick, M.G., and D.W. Black 2016. “Cultural Continuity in Maritime Woodland Period Domestic Architecture in the Quoddy Region”. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 40(1):23–67.

2012 Hrynick, M.G., M.W. Betts and D.W. Black “A Late Maritime Woodland Period Dwelling Feature from Nova Scotia’s South Shore: Evidence for Patterned Use of Domestic Space”. Archaeology of Eastern North America 40:1–25.

2012 Betts, M.W., S.E. Blair and D.W. Black “Perspectivism, Mortuary Symbolism and Human–Shark Relationships on the Maritime Peninsula”. American Antiquity 77(4):621–645.

2000 Black, D.W. “Rum Beach and the Susquehanna Tradition in the Quoddy Region, Charlotte County, New Brunswick”. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 24:89–106.

2000 Black, D.W., and C.R. Blair “Faunal Remains from the Loyalist Occupation of the Bliss Islands, New Brunswick”. In T.M. Friesen (ed.), Studies in Canadian Zooarchaeology: Papers in Honour of Howard G. Savage. Special Edition, Ontario Archaeology 69:39–54.

1999 Black, D.W., and L.A. Wilson “The Washademoak Lake Chert Source, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada”. Archaeology of Eastern North America 27:81–108.

1998 Black, D.W., J.E. Reading and H.G. Savage “Archaeological Records of the Extinct Sea Mink, Mustela macrodon (Carnivora:Mustelidae), from Canada”. Canadian Field-Naturalist 12(2):45–49.  Black Reading & Savage 1998-Sea Mink

1996 Murphy, B.M., and D.W. Black “Zooarchaeological Research in the Maritimes”. Canadian Zooarchaeology 9:2–20.

1988 Black, D.W., and R. Holmes Whitehead “Prehistoric Shellfish Preservation and Storage on the Northeast Coast”. North American Archaeologist 9(1):17–30.

1988 Bishop, J.C., and D.W. Black “The Lands Edge Also: Culture History and Seasonality at the Partridge Island Shell Midden Site”. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 12:17–37.

1986 Black, D.W., and C.J. Turnbull “Recent Archaeological Research in the Insular Quoddy Region, New Brunswick, Canada”. Current Anthropology 27(4):400–402.

Encyclopedia Entries

2011 Black, D.W. “Shell Middens”. The Canadian Encyclopedia. Available on-line:  http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/shell-middens/

2012 Hrynick, M.G., and D.W. Black “The Bocabec Site”. The Canadian Encyclopedia. Available on-line: http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/bocabec-archaeological-site

Chapters in Books

2016 Black, D.W. "Archaeological Sea Mammal Remains from the Maritime Provinces." In M.W. Betts and M.G. Hrynick (eds.), East Coast Shell Middens. Special Publication, Journal of the North Atlantic. Steuben, Maine, Eagle Hill Publications. Phocid Seal Identifications and Stable Isotope Analyses

2013 Black, D.W. “Some Clams, In Those Days: Shell Midden Archaeology in the Quoddy Region”. In P. Erickson and J. Fowler (eds.), Underground New Brunswick: Stories of Archaeology. Halifax, Nimbus Publishing.

2011 Black, D.W. (with commentary by P.H. von Bitter, S.A. Davis, G.F. MacDonald, A.L. Burke, M.E. Googoo and S. Greer) “Background, Discussion and Recommendations for Extending the Analysis of Lithic Materials used by Paleoindians at the Debert and Belmont Sites”. In L. Rosenmeier, S. Farrell and T. Bernard (eds.),Ta’n Wetapeksi’k: Understanding From Where We Come (Proceedings of the 2005 Debert Research Workshop), pp. 111-128, Truro, Nova Scotia: Eastern Woodlands Press and The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq.

2003 Black, D.W. “L’importance du phoque dans l’alimentation des populations silvicoles de la région de Quoddy (Nouveau-Brunswick)”. In P. Charest et M. Plourde (dir.), La chasse au phoque, une activité multimillénaire. Montréal, Québec: Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, pp. 21–34.

2002 Black, D.W. “Out of the Blue and Into the Black: The Middle–Late Maritime Woodland Transition in the Quoddy Region, New Brunswick, Canada”. In J.P. Hart and C.B. Rieth (eds.), Northeast Subsistence–Settlement Change: A.D. 700–1300, pp. 301–320. New York State Museum Bulletin #496. Albany: The University of the State of New York/State Education Department.

2002 Black, D.W. “Ponapsqey: Jemseg Crossing Petrographic Series and Preliminary Evaluations of Flaked Lithic Materials From the Jemseg Assemblage”. In M. Deal and S.E. Blair (ed.), Wolastoqiyik Ajemseg. The People of the Beautiful River of Jemseg, vol. 2: Archaeological Results, pp. 89–116. New Brunswick Archaeology Series, Ms #31. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

2000 Black, D.W. “That Thing of Shreds and Patches: An Archaeological Narrative of the Bliss Islands Thoroughfare, Quoddy Region, New Brunswick”. In M. Boyd, J.C. Erwin, and M. Hendrickson (eds.),The Entangled Past: Integrating History and Archaeology, pp. 146–55. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Chacmool Archaeological Association. Calgary: Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary.

1991 Black, D.W. “Stratigraphic Integrity in Northeastern Shell Middens: An Example From the Insular Quoddy Region”. In M. Deal and S. Blair (eds.), Prehistoric Archaeology in the Maritime Provinces: Past and Present Research, pp. 201–215. Committee on Archaeological Cooperation, Reports in Archaeology, #8. Fredericton: Council of Maritime Premiers.  Stratigraphic Integrity

Monographs

2004 Black, D.W. Living Close to the Ledge: Prehistoric Human Ecology of the Bliss Islands, Insular Quoddy Region, New Brunswick, Canada (second edition). Occasional Papers in Northeastern Archaeology, #6. St. John’s, Newfoundland: Copetown Press.

1994 Black, D.W., (ed.) The Partridge Island Archaeology Project, vol. 2. The Partridge Island Site: Early and Middle Woodland-Related Sites in the Quoddy Region. New Brunswick Archaeology Series, Ms #28. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

1993 Black, D.W. The Partridge Island Archaeology Project, vol. 1. What Images Return: A Study of the Stratigraphy and Seasonality of a Shell Midden in the Insular Quoddy Region of New Brunswick. New Brunswick Archaeology Series, Ms #27. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

1992 Black, D.W. Living Close to the Ledge: Prehistoric Human Ecology of the Bliss Islands, Insular Quoddy Region, New Brunswick, Canada. Occasional Papers in Northeastern Archaeology, #6. Dundas, Ontario: Copetown Press.

1988 Black, D.W. Bliss Revisited: Preliminary Accounts of the Bliss Islands Archaeology Project, Phase II. New Brunswick, Ms in Archaeology #24. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

1985 Black, D.W. Living in Bliss: An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Bliss Islands Group, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. New Brunswick, Ms in Archaeology #8. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

1984 Black, D.W. BgDr38: Test Excavations at a Multi-component Prehistoric/Historic Site on Deer Island. New Brunswick, Ms in Archaeology #7. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.

1984 Black, D.W. An Archaeological Survey of the Shores of the Grand Manan Archipelago. New Brunswick, Ms in Archaeology #5. Fredericton: Archaeological Services New Brunswick.