Using Worked Bones to Study Iroquoian Households:
The Case of the St. Lawrence Iroquoians from Saint-Anicet, Quebec
Christian GATES ST-PIERRE, Marie-Ève BOISVERT, Maude CHAPDELAINE
Bone tools are abundant on Iroquoian sites and are generally analyzed using a typo-functional perspective. This article will serve as a demonstration of a demonstration of the utility of bone tools to study the household and social organization of St. Lawrence Iroquoians through intra- and inter-household spatial analyses.