Faceted Inuit-European contact in southern Labrador

@inproceedings{Stopp2016FacetedIC,
  title={Faceted Inuit-European contact in southern Labrador},
  author={Marianne P. Stopp},
  year={2016}
}
Nous presentons ici les decouvertes archeologiques effectuees dans trois sites fouilles ou sondes entre 2009 et 2013 et nous montrons leur interet pour l’interpretation de la nature diverse des premiers contacts entre Inuit et Europeens dans la zone de contact du sud du Labrador. A partir de la fin du XVIIe siecle, les documents francais puis anglais portant sur cette region decrivent, en parlant des Inuit, des relations qui etaient motivees par la traite mais qui tournaient regulierement a la… 
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