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The ASTIS database cites the following 2 publication(s) by Jane Sproull Thomson. Publications are listed from newest to oldest. Please tell us about publications that are not yet cited in ASTIS.


The Dorset Eskimos : people of earth and water   /   Sproull-Thomson, J.
Rev. ed.
[St. John's, Nfld.] : Newfoundland Museum, 1984.
[4] p. : ill.
(Museum notes (Newfoundland Museum), no. 5)
Alternate title: People of earth and water.
Subtitle: Information sheets from the Newfoundland Museum.
MICROLOG. 1 microfiche.
Not seen by ASTIS. Citation from OORD.
ASTIS record 57519.
Languages: English
Libraries: OORD

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Dorset culture; Inuit

G0827
Labrador; Nunatsiavut, Labrador


Spirits of earth and water   /   Clark, B.   Sproull-Thomson, J.
[St. John's, Nfld.] : The Newfoundland Museum, 1981.
49 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
References.
Cover title: Spirits of earth and water, ancient Dorset Eskimo culture of Newfoundland and Labrador.
ASTIS record 14356.
Languages: English
Libraries: ACU OORD

"Spirits of Earth and Water" is the first major exhibition on the prehistoric Dorset Eskimo culture. For over 2000 years these ancient Eskimos inhabited the Arctic and some sub-Arctic regions east of Alaska, reached northward to Greenland and southward to the island of Newfoundland. This exhibition focuses on the expression of the Dorset culture in Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland and Labrador have a rich inheritance from the Dorset period of prehistory, which began 3000 years ago and continued to 500 years before the present. This legacy is reflected in the large collection of Dorset culture artifacts housed in the Newfoundland Museum in St. John's. This collection, numerically the Museum's largest, is the product of over twenty years of careful and dedicated archaeological work on the island and in Labrador. In fact, the most intensive archaeological work has been conducted within the past 10 years in Labrador, where new and exciting finds have gradually added to our understanding of the Dorset and other Arctic cultures. Indeed, the last decade could be regarded as the beginning of serious study of the Dorset culture across the Arctic. ... (Au)

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Dorset culture; Ethnographic collections; Newfoundland Museum; Palaeoeskimo culture

G0827
Labrador; Newfoundland


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