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Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina

by William W. Fitzhugh

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Underwater archaeology,
  • Cultural property,
  • Coastal archaeology,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Archaeological surveying,
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam W. Fitzhugh ; photo contributions by Wilfred Richard ; compiled by Lauren Marr
    SeriesThe Gateways Project -- 2011, Gateways Project -- 2011.
    ContributionsRichard, Wilfred, photographer, Marr, Lauren, compiler, Phaneuf, Erik, author, Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History), Smithsonian Institution
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 177 pages :
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26679449M
    OCLC/WorldCa1078150518

      When Fitzhugh began excavations at Hare Harbor, miles west of Red Bay, he assumed he'd find remnants from the same period. But Fitzhugh's work has unearthed two :// Hare Harbor-1 provides information on a 17th/early 18th C. fishing station of probable French Basque origin. Like Red Bay, the site offers land and underwater deposits, with the latter especially rich in organic and ceramic remains. The land site includes both Basque and

    The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbor and Brador Frederica de Laguna , a biographical memoir Rock Art and Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscape in the Mongolian Altai The – Archaeological excavations at Back Harbour, North Twillingate Island, Newfoundland. Provincial archaeology office. St. John’s: Copies available from Provincial Archaeology Office, Culture and Heritage Division, Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Google Scholar

    Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Petít Mecatína and Little Canso Island 1 edition. Not in Library. Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor and Brador by William W. Fitzhugh. First published in 1 edition — 1 previewable Read Listen. Download for print-disabled 1 2 Next > Subjects Accessible book, Antiquities, The Hare Harbour site is a unique early instance of Inuit-European economic and social enterprise. In the early s the Inuit occupation of the Quebec Lower North Shore came to an abrupt end due to economic competition and hostilities with European and Indian groups that forced Inuit to abandon the coast and retreat north to the core area of


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Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina Fitzhugh, William W. ; Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History), ; Smithsonian Institution, CC0 — Creative Commons (CC0 )   Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina by Fitzhugh, William W., Mécatina book.

Publication date References cited -- Appendix 1: Hare Harbour-1 land excavations artifact catalog -- Appendix 2: Hare Harbour-1 underwater excavations field catalog   Home» Books» Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor Fitzhugh, William W.

; Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History), CC0 — Creative Commons (CC0 )   Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor and Brador Fitzhugh, William W.

; Smithsonian Institution, ; Université de Montréal, ; Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History), CC0 — Creative Commons (CC0 )   Surveys and excavations from Mutton Bay to Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building,   Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina Fitzhugh, William W.; Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History),; Smithsonian Institution, Read more about Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This :// v, pages: 29 cm Spiral bound Includes bibliographical references Field location maps -- Figure list -- Project goals, acknowledgements, strategies on intervention -- Expedition journal -- Hare Harbor-1 -- HH-1 underwater report seasons, Erik Phaneuf and Vincent Delmas -- Little Canso Island-1 -- A shipwreck (EhBl-a) in the Old Fort Archipelago, Erik Phaneuf -- Underwater survey vi, pages, 48 variously numbered pages: 28 cm Title from cover Spiral bound Includes bibliographical references Figure list -- Project goals -- Acknowledgements -- Strategies of intervention -- expedition journal -- Hare Harbor-1 (EdBt-3) -- Hare Harbor-1 underwater site report by Erik Phaneuf -- Hart Chalet-1 (EiBh) -- Salmon Bay and Belles Amours Point survey -- Conclusions   The Gateways Project land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbor, Petit Mecatina, and Little Canso Island, edited by Fitzhugh, William W.

Washington, DC: Arctic Studies Center. Washington, DC: Arctic Studies   In Smithsonian archaeologists located Basque remnants at Hare Harbor on Petit Mécatina. Excavations between through have shown that this site was a whaling and fishing station occupied by Basque and Inuit assistants ca.

Land and underwater excavations at Hare Harbor, Petít Mecatína and Little Canso Island / William W. Fitzhugh ; with contributions by Erik Phaneuf, Vincent Delmas, Anja Herzog, Jennifer Poulin, and Lourdes Odriozola Oyarbide ; photo contributions by Wilfred Richard and Erik Phaneuf ; produced by Richie Roy?st=Excavations (Archaeology).

The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbor, Mécatina. Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center/Smithsonian Institution, :// The Smithsonian Libraries is the most comprehensive museum library system in the world, supporting the vital research of the Institution as well as the work of scientists and scholars around the world.

Consisting of 21 branch libraries in Washington, D.C., Panama and New York, our collections are as diverse as the patrons we serve. Our Smithsonian online collection focuses on Smithsonian ?and[]=languageSorter:"English"&sort=-date. MÉMORIA HISTORIENS, Appendix 1: Petit Mécatina Historical Report, in William W.

Fitzhugh (ed.), The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbor, Petit Mecatina, and Little Canso Island, Washington, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Arctic Studies Center:   Excavations between through at Hare Harbor have shown that this site was a whaling and fishing station occupied by Basque and Inuit assistants ca.

Archaeologists have uncovered a cookhouse, a blacksmith shop, and the remains of Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbour, Mécatina. Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center, p. Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center, :// Phaneuf, Erik Hare Harbor-1 Underwater Site Preliminary Report.

In The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbor, Mecatina, William W. Fitzhugh and Erik Phaneuf, editors, produced by Abigail McDermott and Lindsey Fell, pp. 83– Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution, :// Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbour, Mécatina.

Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center, p. PROULX, Jean-Pierre. «Les méthodes, la technologie et l'organisation asques de la pêche de la baleine au XVIe siècle». BERNIER, Marc-André, Robert GRENIER et Willis :// The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbour, Mécatina.

Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center, p. FITZHUGH, William W., Anja HERZOG, Brenna MCLEOD et Sophia ?methode=consulter&id=&type=bien. The Gateways Project Land and Underwater Excavations at Hare Harbour, Mécatina. Rapport de recherche archéologique [document inédit], Artic Studies Center, p.

PROULX, Jean-Pierre. «Les méthodes, la technologie et l'organisation asques de la pêche de la baleine au XVIe siècle»?methode=consulter&id=&type=bien.Le fragment de marmite ou de pot à anse provient d'un contenant de grand format fabriqué au XVIe ou au début du XVIIe siècle.

Le fragment forme une partie de l'épaule arrondie, une partie du rebord légèrement évasé, épaissi et à lèvre arrondie d'un contenant auquel est attachée une ?methode=consulter&id=&type=bien.Notice. Faceted Inuit-European contact in southern Labrador. Un article de la revue Études/Inuit/Studies (Les Inuit au Labrador méridional) diffusée par la plateforme ://