This paper examines the manifestation of fire as found archaeologically at two historic domestic sites in Ontario. Each site experienced a burning episode of varying significance in the property's history. Soil deposition, debris fields, heat alteration of artifacts, fire intensity, and types of fire debris are discussed.
"Burning Down the House: The Archaeological Manifestation of Fire on Historic Domestic Sites,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
31, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.buffalostate.edu/neha/vol31/iss1/5