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Women’s Walk

We are now offering a women’s history tour through downtown St. John’s. The history of women’s contributions to the social, economic, political, cultural and domestic life of Newfoundland and Labrador is the subject of this walk. With this tour, we intend to increase public knowledge and awareness of women’s contributions to our province in a format that is accessible and fun. This walk lasts for 2 hours in total, and includes visits to 30 historic homes or establishments. Please see our Facebook page for the walk’s dates and times.womens-history-walk

New Article in the Newfoundland Quarterly

AARA Inc. President, Dr. Latonia Hartery, has published a new article in the Winter 2015/2016 edition of the Newfoundland Quarterly about the importance of involving local elders in community research. It is called “Elders, Exploration and Archaeology : Not So Tall Tales from Bird Cove – Pond Cove on the Great Northern Peninsula“. The research conducted in this area is a result of our long standing partnership with the communities of that region. 12494982_10156394877680035_9048373953064801804_n

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Southwest Arm, Saglek Fjord, Northern Labrador

© John Higdon

Icebergs in Northern Greenland

© Danny Catt

Flower’s Cove, Newfoundland

Newfoundland in foreground, Labrador in background. Flower’s Island in the middle featuring the local lighthouse.

© Dennis Minty

Harvesting Capelin, Sandy Cove

Traditional food collection in northern Newfoundland

© Latonia Hartery

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Dorset Paleoeskimo Scrapers

Stone tools for scraping hide dated to 1500 years BP (Before Present). Found in Bird Cove at the site of Peat Garden North, NL
© Latonia Hartery

Thule House, Morin Point

Archaeological site on Devon Island, Nunavut

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FINESS Program

Hike on the historic Dog Peninsula, Bird Cove, northern Newfoundland

© Dennis Minty