The Palaeo-Eskimo Prehistory of the North Devon Lowlands

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  title={The Palaeo-Eskimo Prehistory of the North Devon Lowlands},
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  year={2006}
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In this paper the distinguishing characteristics of six chronologically discrete Palaeo-Eskimo occupations discovered in the North Devon Lowlands region of Devon Island, Northwest Territories, are summarid and their culturalkhronological positions briefly assessed. Observed variations in the intensity of occupation in the study area and major shifts in the extra-regional cultural affiliations of these six occupational episodes are discussed in reference to a high-mobility subsistence/settlement… CONTINUE READING

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