Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Dirt on Your Directors: Vice-President Catherine Jalbert

Since the current Board of the NLAS is also its first formal Board and there is an AGM coming up in November where many of these people will be replaced, we thought it would be interesting to get each board … Continue reading

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Symposium In Honour of the 100th Anniversary of James P. Howley’s book, “The Beothucks or Red Indians”

In his 1993 article Archaeology, History, and the Beothuks, Ralph Pastore, in reference to Howley’s book wrote: “For forty years he collected published works, maps, newspaper accounts, government documents, personal papers and oral traditions pertaining to the Beothuks. The result … Continue reading

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The Dirt on Your Directors: Director Chris Wolff

Since the current Board of the NLAS is also its first formal Board and there is an AGM coming up in November where many of these people will be replaced, we thought it would be interesting to get each board … Continue reading

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The Dirt on Your Directors: Communications Committee, Stephen Hull

Since the current Board of the NLAS is also its first formal Board and there is an AGM coming up in November where many of these people will be replaced, we thought it would be interesting to get each board … Continue reading

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How to Apply for Grad School

Do you have questions about applying for graduate school? The Newfoundland and Labrador Archaeological Society may be able to help. We are having an Archaeology Skills Workshop where you will learn the do’s and dont’s of applying to graduate school.

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The Dirt on Your Directors: Chair of the Planning Committee, John Erwin

Since the current Board is also the first formal Board for the NLAS and there is an AGM coming up in November where many of these people will be replaced, we thought it would be interesting to get each board … Continue reading

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Hant’s Harbour Fieldtrip Report

On August 22, 2015, the Newfoundland and Labrador Archaeological Society organized our first field trip.  We traveled to Hant’s Harbour to view the substantial stone features running north of the community.  Local tradition refers to these stone mounds and walls … Continue reading

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