Makkovik, eskimos and settlers in a Labrador community a contrastive study in adaptation by Shmuel Ben-Dor

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Published in St. John"s, [Canada] : Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1966 .

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StatementShmuel Ben-Dor.
SeriesNewfoundland social and economic studies ;, no. 4
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LC ClassificationsMLCS 83/7489 (F)
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Paginationiii, 208 p. :
Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL4461544M
LC Control Number79124949

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Community See All. 56, people like this. 55, people follow this. check-ins. BRICE-BENNETT Carol, (general editor). Our Footprints Are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy. Associate Editors: Alan Cooke, Nina Davis. (Nain): Labrador Inuit Association / Labrador Inuit Kattekategeninga, ().

Fi rst Edition. Pp (3),iv-xii,(2),1-[],(1). Double column. Illustrated withover 60 b&w photos. Tables. maps. 4to, brown cloth, with photo onlay. This variant has the. Now, a new book, "A Long Journey: Residential Schools in Labrador and Newfoundland," by anthropologist Andrea Proctor tells that story in full for the first time.

Proctor was hired to write the book as part of the Newfoundland and Labrador Healing and Commemoration project, which was created as part of the $million settlement awarded to. Makkovik has a population nearing The people are mainly settlers (having an ancestry that is a mixture of European settler and Inuit).

Induring the provincial resettlement program, about thirty Inuit families were uprooted and brought to Makkovik from the northern community of Hebron. Eskimo/Inuit culture history --Arctic prehistory: an outline --Labrador Paleo-Eskimo cultures --Labrador Inuit culture history --Labrador Inuit occupation: summary --Lithic materials used by Labrador Eskimos and Inuit --Inuit occupation of the Central Labrador coast since AD / Jordan, Richard H.

--Winter settlement occupation. Survivors were largely absorbed through intermarriage with European settlers. Self-Governance. Inthe Labrador Inuit Association (LIA) was formed to promote Inuit health and communities, and advance Labrador Inuit claims with Canada and Newfoundland.

Among the Eskimos of Labrador; a record of five years close intercourse with the Eskimo tribes of Labrador; Among the Eskimos of Labrador a record of five years close; About; Contact; main page.

Search for: Among the Eskimos of Labrador A Record of. Introduction. Mary B. Andersen is Makkovimiut, a resident of the Inuit Community of Makkovik in Nunatsiavut (Labrador, Canada).

In speaking with Mary B. about topics for a conference presentation, we asked her what she believed was the most important message to convey to conference participants about plants in Makkovik.

Inuit families from throughout the Labrador coast soon migrated to the Rigolet area for the education and employment opportunities that the town began to offer. As a result, many of today's families in Rigolet are descendants of European settlers and the Labrador Inuit.

Rigolet is alive with traditions. Makkovik: Eskimos and Settlers in a Labrador Community. Ben-Dor. The Management of Myths: The Politics of Legitimation in a Newfoundland Community. Their history states that the Inuit of Labrador have always referred to themselves as Inuit, as opposed to eskimo.

The Inuit in Labrador account for roughly 20% of the region's total population. InMoravian Missionaries from Europe travelled to Labrador to set up missions or stations in the region. Arc no.

1 (March ): 27, 33; Shmuel Ben-Dor, Makkovik: Eskimos and Settlers in a Labrador Community: A Contrastive Study in Adaptation, Newfoundland Social and Economic Studies, no. 4 (St. John's: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of.

The community lies at the end of a peninsula in northern Labrador about km ( mi) northeast of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Travel is by air year round (served by Makkovik Airport) and by boat in summer. Winter travel is by snowmobile. The community is situated on a sheltered bay in a saddle between two hills.

Papers from a Symposium held in Makkovik and Hopedale as Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, Occasional Papers No. 2 (St. John's: Memorial University of Newfoundland, ). The collection begins with a paper titled "Two Worlds of Eighteenth-Century Labrador Inuit" (pp.

) in which John C. Kennedy examines the early European contact with the. ISER Books is the publishing division of the Institute of Social and Economic Research in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Memorial University, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Lure of the Labrador Wild, The (by Dillon Wallace) Makkovik: Eskimos and Settlers In a Labrador Community (Shmuel Ben-Dor) Northern Studies (by Colin Ross) Our Life on Lear's Room Labrador ; Red Bay, Labrador: World Whaling Capital A.D. ; Short Stories from Old Labrador (by Steve McLean).

The community lies at the end of a peninsula in northern Labrador about km ( mi) northeast of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Travel is by air year round (served by Makkovik Airport) and by boat in summer. Winter travel is by snowmobile. The community is situated on a sheltered bay in a saddle between two hills.

Labrador Community, Social and Economic Studies No. 27, St. John's, Institute of Social and Economic Research,p. Holding the Line is the second major study of ethnic division in Makkovik in a decade. Since the resettlement, inof Inuit to what had been a predomi.4.

The pipe organ in the Moravian Church in Makkovik was moved there from Okak in The community of Okak was depopulated by the Spanish flu epidemic of The Makkovik church was destroyed by fire in 5.

"Labrador," Missionsblatt (December): pp 6. "Labrador" in Missions-Blatt aus der Brüdergemeine (May ): Awaken your senses with an early morning stroll to the White Elephant Museum to explore the history of the community through hundreds of artifacts provided by the residents displayed in a turn of the century Moravian building.

Listen and learn of the archeological significance of Makkovik in the establishment of the Moravian Church in Labrador.

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