Michel Gagné

Michel Gagné received his BSc in archeology from the Université de Montréal. He is currently project leader and manager of archeological heritage for the Haut-Saint-Laurent regional municipal county. In 1992, he and his team unearthed the McDonald site, which dated from AD 1320 (Late Woodland period) and which is the oldest Iroquois village discovered in Québec. Mr. Gagné has worked for Parks Canada, the Québec Department of Culture and Communications and the Akwesasne band council. He is the author of many articles and books for the general public about archeology, including several articles in the Canadian Encyclopedia.

Article by Michel Gagné

Gore Creek Skeleton
Article
Dating in Archaeology
Snook Kill-type projectile point
Article
Archaic
Mailhot-Curran Site
Article
Mailhot-Curran Archaeological Site
Hochelaga
Article
St Lawrence Iroquoians
McDonald Site
Article
McDonald Archaeological Site
Diggity Site Pottery
Article
Woodland Culture
Hochelaga
Article
Hochelaga
Debert Artifacts
Article
Palaeoindian
Mandeville Site
Article
Mandeville and Lanoraie Archaeological Sites
Longhouse
Article
Dawson Archaeological Site