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Vegetation history and culture change in Labrador prehistory

, : Vegetation history and culture change in Labrador prehistory. Arctic and Alpine Research 17(4): 357-370

The history and distribution of Indian and Eskimo cultures are discussed in relation to the position of the northern forest margin during the past 8000 yr.

Accession: 001507079

DOI: 10.2307/1550862

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