Changing Subsistence Practices at the Dorset Paleoeskimo Site of Phillip's Garden, Newfoundland

Hodgetts, Lisa M.; Renouf, M.A.P.; Murray, Maribeth S.; McCuaig-Balkwill, Darlene; Howse, Lesley
January 2003
Arctic Anthropology;2003, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p106
Academic Journal
Compares the identified faunal assemblages from the Dorset paleoeskimo site of Phillip's Garden in Newfoundland. Factors contributing to the decrease in the local availability of harp seal; Description of the dorset subsistence and settlement patterns in Newfoundland; Location of the garden.


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