Archaeology The Thule Village at Brooman Point, High Arctic Canada

Type
Book
Authors
McGhee ( Robert McGhee )
 
Category
Archaeology  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
1984 
Publisher
National Museums of Canada, United States 
Pages
158 
Subject
Thule culture -- Nunavut -- Brooman Point Site 
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"The Brooman Point site lies at the southern tip of a peninsula extending from the eastern coast of Bathurst Island, in the central High Arctic. As well as components relating to Pre-Dorset, Early Dorset, and Late Dorset occupations, the site includes the remains of 20 Thule winter houses and associated features. Ten of the houses were excavated in 1979 and 1980. This report describes and interprets these remains, including hunting and fishing equipment, transportation equipment, men's and women's tools, and miscellaneous objects. The report also situates the remains in the context of Thule prehistory." -- WorldCat. 
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