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Social Science Archaeology


A Thule Culture Site on Bathurst Island, Northwest Territories, Canada

by (author) William Ewart Taylor & Robert McGhee

Canadian Museum of History
Initial publish date
Jan 1981
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This study summarizes archaeological excavations in the DeBlicquy site, Bathurst Island, Northwest Territories and the resulting data gathered in July 1961 of a typical Thule culture winter village of the Canadian High Arctic. Stylistic analysis suggests that the site was occupied during middle Thule times and can probably be dated between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries A.D.

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John Ralston Saul is an essayist and novelist. Winner of the Governor General’s Award for The Unconscious Civilization, he has published more than twelve books. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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