Identity markers: Interpreting sod-house occupation in Sandwich Bay, Labrador

@inproceedings{Rankin2016IdentityMI,
  title={Identity markers: Interpreting sod-house occupation in Sandwich Bay, Labrador},
  author={Lisa Rankin},
  year={2016}
}
Les preuves ecrites suggerent que les Inuit etaient presents dans le detroit de Belle Isle a la fin du XVIe siecle, mais les vestiges archeologiques de l’occupation inuit du Labrador meridional sont rares. Les sites inuit sont difficiles a reconnaitre au sud du Nunatsiavut ou, au XIXe siecle, les familles de Metis inuit et les pecheurs saisonniers de Terre-Neuve occupaient des etablissements laissant des traces archeologiques similaires en surface. En 2009, une Alliance de recherche universites… 

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