Forensic Evidence Shows Newfoundland was Populated Multiple Times by Distinct Groups

News   Oct 17, 2017 | Original Story from Cell Press

 
Forensic Evidence Shows Newfoundland was Populated Multiple Times by Distinct Groups

This schematic shows the settlement history of Newfoundland encompassing occupations by at least three distinct cultural groups: MA, Dorset Palaeoeskimo, and Beothuk. Credit: Produced by Deirdre Elliott with QGIS 2.18.44, and data from Stephen Hull and Natural Earth.

 
 
 

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