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archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador

Robert McGhee

archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador

by Robert McGhee

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Labrador (N.L.),
  • Belle Isle, Strait of (N.L.),
  • Newfoundland and Labrador.
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Newfoundland and Labrador.,
    • Labrador (N.L.) -- Antiquities.,
    • Belle Isle, Strait of (N.L.) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert McGhee, James A. Tuck.
      SeriesMercury series, Paper - Archaeological Survey of Canada ; no. 34, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) ;, no. 34.
      ContributionsTuck, James A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.N72 M23
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 254 p. (p. 248-254 advertisements) :
      Number of Pages254
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4939185M
      LC Control Number76366456

      Full text of "Labrador The Country And The People" See other formats. The junction of the Illinois with the Mississippi on the Copper Trail, and the Serpent Mound of Ohio are also at 39°N. Its reciprocal, 51°, is the latitude where the Belle Isle Strait joins the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and is also the site latitude of Stonehenge, in England.

      Full text of "Labrador, the country and the people" See other formats. Author: James A. Tuck, Books: Ancient People of Port au Choix, Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador, Prehistory of Saglek Bay, Labrador 49th Shelf Browse by Category New Books Book Lists Blog.

        [13] 13 If one follows the Labrador coast from the north, Belle Isle comes into vision as one enters the mouth of the Strait. Then, as the Strait narrows, land appears on the port side. If one crosses the Strait there, one ends up in the vicinity of L'Anse aux by: 4. In this lesson, students will explore why Port au Choix, which is located near the Strait of Belle Isle entrance to the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador has been a choice place for people to live for thousands of years.


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Archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador by Robert McGhee Download PDF EPUB FB2

The evidence is presented for man’s continuous occupation of the Strait of Belle Isle region of Labrador from approximately 8, – 9, years ago until 3, – 2, years ago when the local Maritime Archaic tradition was interrupted by a possible environmental change and the appearance of Dorset by: Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador Book Description: The evidence is presented for man’s continuous occupation of the Strait of Belle Isle region of Labrador from approximately 8, – 9, years ago until 3, – 2, years ago when the local Maritime Archaic tradition was interrupted by a possible environmental.

Get this from a library. An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador. [Robert McGhee; James A Tuck] -- Results of archaeological survey and test excavation on southern coast of Labrador, Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador Robert McGhee, James A.

Tuck Published by University of Ottawa Press McGhee, Robert and James A. Tuck. An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador [microform] / Author: Robert McGhee, James A.

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Tuck Pages January 1 early cultures on the strait of belle isle, labrador Article in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1) - December with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: James A. Tuck. An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador by Robert McGhee, James A.

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Strait of Belle Isle. Edward V. Curtin. J Tuck is best known in New York State for his work on prehistoric Onondaga Indian archaeology in which he outlined a sequence of village movements and cultural changes that provided the first comprehensive model of the development of Iroquois culture within an Iroquois (Haudenosaunee.

Genetic Discontinuity between the Maritime Archaic and Beothuk Populations in Newfoundland, Canada. Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador. Tuck’s research in Canada included studies of the Maritime Archaic culture in Newfoundland and Labrador, around the Strait of Belle Isle and in seminally important excavations of the L’Anse Amour burial mound and the Port au Choix cemetery.

Research by Tuck and his students on the Maritime Archaic provided a long temporal sequence spanning. An Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador. Nation-al Museum of Man Mercury Ser Ottawa.

Nicholas, G. (editor) Holocene Human Ecology in North-eastern North America. Plenum Press, New York. Petersen, J. Review of "The Archaeological Northeast." Northeast Anthropology An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador by Robert McGhee 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.

Canadian Arctic Prehistory (Canadian Prehistory Series)Accessible book, Eskimos, Protected DAISY, Discovery and exploration. An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador Robert McGhee, James A.

Tuck. FC 65 P37 NO Koniag-Pacific Eskimo bibliography Donald W. Clark. MCGhee, Robert and Tuck, J. An Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador, National Museum of Man. Ottowa, Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper.

Google Scholar | CrossrefAuthor: Jay W. Palmer. An Archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador. Mercury Series Archaeology Pa National Museums of Canada, Ottawa. Mercury Series Archaeology Pa National Museums of Canada, by: 3.

An Archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador. Mercury Series Archaeology Pa National Museums of Canada, Ottawa. Mercury Series Archaeology Pa National Museums of Canada, by: 1.

Fitzhugh, William W. "A Maritime Archaic Sequence from Hamilton Inlet, Labrador." Arctic Anthropology (Papers from a Symposium on Moorehead and Maritime Archaic Problems in Northeastern North America) 12 (2)– Fitzhugh, William W. [Book review] "Woman of Labrador - Goudie,e.".

An Archaic Sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador, Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada, 34 (): pages. [McGhee ] McGhee, Robert J. .An archaic sequence from the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador, Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada, [McGhee ] McGhee, R.

J. (). The burial at l'Anse-Amour.Forteau Bay and Pinware River, on the Labrador coast of the Strait of Belle Isle; and also from the area of Hopedale in northern Labrador. These three foci, in turn, encompass the most logical area of derivation for the very same complex which can now also be recognized as a part of the archaeology of Newfoundland.