Saint Croix Island Maine: History, Archaeology, and Interpretation
d within the State of Maine now designated the Saint Croix Island International Historic Site. The purpose of this edited volume is to share information with the public about the history and archaeology of this remarkable island. Individual authors link the island’s rich documentation and material culture with broader themes including colonization and culture contact. The contributors draw from numerous and far-ranging sources that are generally inaccessible to the public including geological data, Passamaquoddy tribal history, archaeological data and site reports, forensic data, documentation from French, Canadian, and American archives and National Park Service management studies. Few of the images of artifacts have been published before.