The Archaic site at Forteau Point, southern Labrador

Residents of southern Labrador and areas of the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland were well aware of the archaeological sites in their presence long before Diamond Jenness and William J. Wintemberg conducted preliminary surveys in those areas in the late 1920s. In 1949 and 1961 Elmer Harp conducted more archaeological fieldwork in those areas aided, no … Continue reading The Archaic site at Forteau Point, southern Labrador


New for 2011

Usually archaeology sites are found in Newfoundland and Labrador in one of four ways; as a result of information that is provided to the Provincial Archaeology Office (PAO), through research such as that carried out by university professors, as a result of an impact assessment, or found by the general public. Impact assessments are usually … Continue reading New for 2011