GLENROSE is an archaeological site in DELTA, on the south shore of the FRASER R opposite ANNACIS ISLAND. Excavated in the 1970s, the site revealed evidence of the oldest human occupation in the Greater VANCOUVER area, dating back at least 8,000 years. At that time the delta had not yet formed and the site was at the river's mouth. Glenrose also produced one of the oldest art objects found in BC, a 4,500-year-old figure carved from an antler and used as a tool handle. In the historic period the...

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