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Record #191354:

Hare Harbor site in eastern Quebec reveals more secrets / Bill Fitzhugh.

Title: Hare Harbor site in eastern Quebec reveals more secrets / Bill Fitzhugh.
Author(s): Fitzhugh, Bill.
Date: 2010.
In: Arctic Studies Center Newsletter. (2010.), Vol. 17 (2010)
Abstract: Reports discoveries in northern Gulf of St Lawrence yielding evidence of secondary (earlier) 16th century Basque occupation (primary occupation dates to ca 1700) and of foundations of additional Inuit winter houses occupied at time of later Basque settlement. Finds provide confirmation that Inuit were active participants in later phase of Basque exploitation of Quebec Lower North Shore, and solidify evidence of permanent (though perhaps not long-term) Inuit settlement in 17th-18th centuries.
Notes:

Arctic Studies Center Newsletter. Vol. 17 :24-26 (2010).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Inuit.
903 -- Archaeology.
93"15" -- Sixteenth century.
93"16" -- Seventeenth century.
93"17" -- Eighteenth century.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*424) -- Quebec.
SPRI record no.: 191354

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