• Peter N. Peregrine


relative time period: Follows and partially overlaps the Eastern Arctic Small Tool tradition, replaced by the Thule tradition in most places by 1000 b.p


Polar Bear Tibia Fore Land Animal Sociopolitical Organization Canadian Museum 
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Suggested Readings

  1. Linname, U. (1975). The Dorset Culture: A Comparative Study in Newfoundland and the Arctic. Technical Papers, no. 1. St. John’s: Newfoundland Museum.Google Scholar
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  3. Maxwell, M. S. (1985). Prehistory of the Eastern Arctic. Orlando: Academic Press.Google Scholar
  4. McGhee, R. (1990). Canadian Arctic Prehistory. Hull: Canadian Museum of Civilization.Google Scholar
  5. McGhee, R. (1996). Ancient People of the Arctic. Vancouver: UBC Press.Google Scholar
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  8. Taylor, W. E., and G. Swinton (1967). “The Silent Echoes: Prehistoric Canadian Eskimo Art.” The Beaver 298: 32–47.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter N. Peregrine
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  1. 1.Department of AnthropologyLawrence UniversityAppletonUSA

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