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Matching Articles"Aboriginal People" (Total 52)
About aboriginal ancestry of the Inuit, the Innu, the Mi'kmaq and the Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut.
Belief-Related Beothuk Practices
religion and belief related practices with the Beothuk people.
The Boyd's Cove Beothuk Site
About the Boyd's Cove beothuk historical site.
Beothuk Appearance and Clothing Items
Personal appearance and clothing items of the Beothuk people.
Beothuk material culture consists of the physical things left behind by these people including their tools, weapons and features
Disappearance of the Beothuk
Shanawdithit and the Extinction of the Beothuk
Beothuk Population Distribution
Distribution and size of the Beothuk population, leadership and communal activities
Post-Contact Beothuk History
Beothuk history after contact with the Europeans
Types of Beothuk housing structures
Hunting Tools and Techniques; Food Preparation and Storage
Hunting tools, techniques and food preparation and storage of the Beothuk people.
The Beothuk ("Boeothick") Institution
The Beothuk Institution and preservation of Beothuk history
Precontact Beothuk Land Use
Beothuk land use precontact with the Europeans
The Beothuk are the aboriginal people of Newfoundland. They were Algonkian-speaking hunter-gatherers who probably numbered less than a thousand people at the time of European contact.
The Palaeo-Indians in North America
Innu culture and traditions
Innu Organizations and Land Claims
Innu organizations and land claims
Precontact Innu Land Use
Land use of the Innu people precontact with the Europoeans
The Innu, are an Algonkian-speaking people whose homeland is the eastern portion of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula.
Intermediate Indians are people living on the southern and central Labrador coasts between about 3,500 and 2,000 years ago.
Inuit Post-Contact History
History of the Inuit post-contact with the Europeans
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