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The Palaeoeskimo Occupations at Port Refuge, High Arctic Canada.

Robert McGhee

The Palaeoeskimo Occupations at Port Refuge, High Arctic Canada.

by Robert McGhee

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa, Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inuit -- Northwest Territories -- Antiquities,
  • Port Refuge (Nunavut) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMercury series / National Museum of Man
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 176 p., ill.
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19225419M

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The Palaeoeskimo Occupations at Port Refuge, High Arctic Canada by Robert McGhee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McGhee, Robert. Palaeoeskimo occupations at Port Refuge, High Arctic Canada. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, Book Description: Port Refuge is a small bay on the south coast of Grinnell Peninsula, Devon Island, in the High Arctic.

Archaeological work between and recovered remains of several prehistoric occupations of this area, which are ascribed to the Independence I, Pre-Dorset, Independence II/early Dorset, late Dorset and Thule cultures. Port Refuge is a small bay on the south coast of Grinnell Peninsula, Devon Island, in the High Arctic.

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[McGhee Robert]. Description Port Refuge is a small bay on the south coast of Grinnell Peninsula, Devon Island, in the High Arctic. Archaeological work between and recovered remains of several prehistoric occupations of this area, which are ascribed to the Independence I, Pre-Dorset, Independence II/early Dorset, late Dorset and Thule cultures.

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