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Matching Articles"Aboriginal People" (Total 52)
History and culture of the Thule people
19th Century Informal Economy
An informal economy is one in which people provide for their own needs by engaging in a variety of noncommercial activities
L’histoire des Mi’kmaq de Terre-Neuve
L'histoire des Mi'kmaq, leur mode de vie et leurs relations avec les Européens
Aboriginal Relations with Europeans 1600-1900
The nature of Newfoundland and Labrador's economy limited direct interaction between Aboriginal groups and Europeans for much of the 17th and 18th centuries.
The Beothuk at Ferryland
A discovery during the 1995 archaeological field season showed evidence that Ferryland had been occupied by the Beothuk.
English Translation: Inquiry into the Labrador Boundary
An English Translation of the Original French Narrative from Documents of the Enquiry into the Labrador Boundary by the British Privy Council.
The Newfoundland Interior
Information about the Newfoundland interior, including interaction with the Beothuk and mapping the area.
Migratory Fishery and Settlement Patterns
Information about the migratory fishery and the patterns permanent settlement around Newfoundland and Labrador.
Aboriginal People and Confederation
When Newfoundland and Labrador joined Canada in 1949, the governments made no special provisions for the new province's Aboriginal groups.
Many Aboriginal people in the province and country see self-government as a way to preserve their culture and attain greater control over their lives.
Eastport Peninsula: The Aboriginal Period
Recent archeological evidence indicates that the inner reaches of Bonavista Bay were occupied by Aboriginal cultures dating back some 5000 years.
Newfoundland and Labrador is often described as having the most homogeneous population of European origin in Canada.
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