Over the last 10 years, a research group from Memorial University and McMaster University have been working toward gaining further insight into the genetics and lifeways of Beothuk and Maritime Archaic populations in Newfoundland and Labrador. As a direct result of the continued support and interest from the Beothuk Institute, Innu Nation, NunatuKavut, Nunatsiavut, Miawpukek First Nation, Qalipu First Nation, The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canadian Museum of History, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, they are delighted to report and discuss with you the results of this research prior to publication in Current Biology on 12 October 2017.
To Report Accidental Discoveries
- The NLAS is pleased to announce we have organized a free "Conservation in the Field" Workshop with MUN Archaeology Department's Conservator-extraordinaire, Donna Teasdale! This will be an informal meeting with tips and tricks for what to do in the field when you encounter artifacts or archaeological materials that will need conservation. The event will take place Thursday, June 6th at 2:00pm in the MUN Archaeology Conversation Lab, Queen's College, Room 1004. We hope to see you there! PHOTO: A Spanish olive jar brought up by a fisherman off the coast of Catalina, courtesy of Donna Teasdale.
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