This is a reconstruction of the prehistory of the Entre-Deux-Lacs area in chronological order. This has been done using information given. Giving special regard to radio carbon dates, geology of existing area and artifacts found by archaeologists. Through these methods the plan is to map a pattern of migration and trade around this area. The change in economy, circumstance and technology while also noting possible contentions and reasons for them.

                    Site 3 Occupation 1: with the oldest radio carbon date of 1520-1410bc was obtained from charcoal from a hearth. The lowest layer of this excavation produced spear points, bifacial knives, scrapers and drills made of local chert, roughly flaked axes made of pre Cambrian rock. Pre Cambrian rock is only found North of lake Nakawa this area is unsuitable for agriculture and only a thin topsoil lies over the rock. Fish hooks, pins and awls made of bone and abundant fish remains and some deer were also found. The main diet during this time seems to be fish.            

                  There seems to be a migration from this site moving south to site 4 where no radio carbon dates have been done ,but artifacts of a similar nature have been found linking these two places. Fish hooks, awls, pins made of bone,fresh water shell midden also containing deer bones. Stone tools consist of roughly flaked axes made of pre Cambrian rock and local chert. Side notched arrow points made of chert. There are no signs of agriculture at this site.
            Site 3 Occupation two with a radio carbon date of 180-270ad appears to be a continuation of Occupation one. Chipped stone tools are similar, side notched arrow heads with the only exception to this being ground and polished axes made of pre-Cambrian rock instead of the roughly flaked ones from previous sites.  

          Site 1 lies on the south eastern part of Fish Lake it has been defined by three separate periods.   Period I is a small village containing 3...