Newfoundland Intermediate

For the last three or four decades archaeologists have had a decent understanding of the major cultural sequence of Indigenous groups in the Province. Very simply from an archaeological point of view, Labrador Archaic First Nations ancestors were in the Straits around 9000 years ago, a little more than 1000 years later, they start to […]

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Avayalik Islands

Back in 2015 I wrote a post about the Torngat Archaeological Project (TAP). The TAP is the largest archaeological survey ever conducted in Labrador in terms of distance covered and the number of sites found, ~450 km of coastline and just under 350 sites. The survey was jointly led by Dr. William Fitzhugh of the […]

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