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The reinterment of Thule Inuit burials and associated artifacts — IdCr-14 Rose Island, Saglek Bay, Labrador
Vol. 22, No. 2, Inuit et archéologues: confrontation ou collaboration? / Inuit and archaeologists: confrontation or collaboration? (1998), pp. 41-52
Published by: Université Laval
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42870344
Page Count: 12
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Cet article décrit le rapatriement et la réinhumation de restes inuit thuléens du Labrador septentrional. On y discute de diverses politiques nationales de rapatriement des restes et artefacts en provenance des premières nations. This paper documents the repatriation and reinterment of Thule Inuit remains from northern Labrador. It discusses various national policies concerning the repatriation of First Nations remains and artifacts.
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