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The cultural affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo
Bibliography: p. 181-183.
|Statement||by Elmer Harp, Jr.|
|Series||Bulletin / National Museum of Canada ; no. 200., Anthropological series ;, no. 67, Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) ;, no. 200., Bulletin (National Museum of Canada)., no. 67.|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .C13 no. 200|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||65001825|
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Orientation and method --The Cape Dorset Eskimo problem: historical perspective from to --The geographical setting --The West Coast sites --Description of the cultural materials --The cultural unity of the Newfoundland Dorset sites --An analysis of the total Dorset culture complex, exclusive of the Newfoundland aspect --An equation.
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For additional information about this book Access provided at 22 Mar GMT from Scholarly Communication The apparent cultural continuity between Pre-Dorset and Dorset (Maxwell ) The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo.
National Museum of Canada BulletinContributions to. a The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. Ottawa. b Evidence of Boreal Archaic Culture in Southern Labrador and Newfoundland. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No.pp.Ottawa. Some thoughts about Dorset Eskimo lifeways: A demographic.
The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo by Elmer Harp, Jr. The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo by Elmer Harp, Jr. Additional publications are "Evidence of Boreal Archaic Culture in Southern Labrador and Newfoundland" (), "The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo" (), "Photography in Archeological Research" () and "Lives and Landscapes: A Photographic Memoir of Outport Newfoundland and Labrador, " (with M.A.P Renouf).
Abstract. This chapter briefly summarizes salvage excavations at the Dorset Palaeoeskimo burial sites of Crow Head Cave (EeBi-4) and the Gargamelle Rockshelter (EeBi) on the Port au Choix Peninsula (Fig. ) yielding evidence which modestly supplements the meagre database for Palaeoeskimo mortuary behaviour (Brown ).Cited by: 3.
The Cultural Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo. Ottawa. National Museum, Bulletin24cm, p. with 34 plates, bibliography, stiff printed wraps, fine, author's signed presentation copy to Beekman Pool $ Book Number: Order / Enquire. The cultural affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo.
National Museums of Canada BulletinOttawa. W.A. Chafe’s sealing book: A history of the Newfoundland seal fishery from the earliest available records down to and including the voyage of Whitecoats, Beaters and Turners: Dorset Palaeoeskimo Harp Seal Hunting Cited by: 1.
The Donaldson site [microform] / Author: by J. Wright and J. Anderson. --Publication info: Ottawa: Dept of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Cultural affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo.
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Paleoeskimo Lithic Technology. In book: The Oxford Handbook of the Prehistoric Arctic (pp) Chapter: Chapter 6 The Cultural Affinities. Pressure microblade production (Fig. ) appeared with the arrival of the Paleoeskimo people (– B.P.) in the Eastern Arctic, long after the technique was established in.
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Full text of "Honoring our elders: a history of eastern Arctic archaeology". - The Affinities of the Newfoundland Dorset Eskimo. National Museum of Man, Bulletin #, Ottawa. Howley, J.P. - The Beothucks or Red Indians. Reprinted. Coles, Toronto.
Originally publishedCambridge University Press, Cambridge. LeBlanc, R.J. - "The Wigwam Brook Site and the Historic Beothuk Indians.". eskimo alaska greenland arctic eskimos hunting inuit north bay synonymy region social century period ice winter thule east canada groups site university cultural native seal greenlandic islands canadian.
Arctic cuture in northwestern Newfoundland. This was the southernmost known offshoot of the Cape Dorset Eskimos whose antecedant culture seems to have crystallized in the general area of northern Hudson Bay. At present, this manifestation is accorded the distinction of having been the oldest known Eskimo culture in the eastern Arctic, but the.
Between about A.D. andpopulation pressures from the Thule Eskimo, Algonquian, and Siouan groups forced the Dorset to migrate into isolated areas. Some, such as those who moved to eastern Greenland, the southern Hudson Bay region, and the Copper River Arctic, adopted Thule Eskimo culture and : Jay W.
Palmer. (Frank Speck mentions cultural affinities between the Beothuk and the Eskimo.) The arctic and sub-arctic regions and their adjacent coasts are increasingly recognised as longstanding "highways" rather than as barriers to the flow of plants and animals, peoples and cultures.
Natural history -- Newfoundland and Labrador. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Natural history; Natural history -- Canada; Newfoundland and Labrador.
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