The Juntunen site was primarily a lakeside fishing village where sturgeon and whitefish were taken during their spawning season. The site, which is about 600 feet from the shore of Lake Huron, on the west end of Bois Blanc Island, was inhabited at intervals between about AD 800 and AD 1400 and is considered a Late Woodland site. In this volume, author Alan McPherron describes and analyzes the archaeological remains found at the site, including pottery, lithics, copper, bone, burials, and habitation features.