Christopher Ellis and colleagues have excavated several Late Archaic structures at the Davidson site (AhHk-54) in Middlesex County, Ontario. Reports on a pithouse (Ellis et al. 2010) and a wall trench structure (Ellis and Keron 2011) are available on Chris' academia.edu page (along with many of the other interesting publications Chris has authored over the years). The structures from the Davidson site have been added to the Structure inventory and will be included in the next issue of the Database.
The Davidson houses are also discussed in a recent paper in the Canadian Journal of Archaeology (Eastaugh et al. 2013) and are the subject of a chapter in an upcoming edited volume:
C. J. Ellis, J. R. Keron, J. H. Menzies, S. G. Monckton and A. Stewart (2015): For Immediate Occupancy: Cozy 3000 Year Old Heritage Winter House with River View near Lake Huron. Apply to Terminal Archaic Realty. In Building the Past: Studies of Prehistoric Wooden Post Architecture in the Ohio Valley-Great Lakes Region, edited by Brian G. Redmond and Robert A. Genheimer. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.
Above: Plan map of Feature 32, a Late Archaic wall trench structure from the Davidson site. Image from Davidson site webpage.
Andrew A. White