Cura Articles

Beaudoin, Matthew

2013   A Hybrid Identity in a Pluralistic Nineteenth-Century Colonial Context. Historical Archaeology 47(2): 45-63.


Beaudoin, Matthew

2008   Sweeping the Floor: An Archaeological Examination of a Multi-Ethnic Sod House in Labrador (FkBg-24). M.A. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's.


Beaudoin, Matthew

2008   A Labrador Métis sod structure in southern Labrador (FkBg-24). Provincial Archaeology Office 2007 Archaeology Review 6: 6-7.


Beaudoin, Matthew

2007-08   Unearthing a Metis Home. Labrador Life 2(1): 37 - 40.


Beaudoin, Matthew, Richard L. Jordan and Lisa K. Rankin

2010   Attributing cultural affiliation to sod structures in Labrador: A Labrador Metis example from North River. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 34(2): 148-173.


Brandy, Eliza

2013   Inuit Animal Use and the Impact of European Settlement in Trade in Snooks Cove, Labrador. In Exploring Atlantic Transitions. Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, edited by Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson, pp. 331-340. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 8. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK.


Brandy, Eliza

2013   The Archaeology of Snack Cove 1 and Snack Cove 3 M.A. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's.


Fay, Amelia

2013   Finding Mikak: The Search for a Late 18th-Century Inuit Trader in the Archaeological Record. In Exploring Atlantic Transitions. Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, edited by Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson, pp. 341-350. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 8. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK.


Fay, Amelia

2012   2011 Black Island (HeCi-15) Excavation. Provincial Archaeology Office 2011 Archaeology Review 10: 60 - 62.


Fay, Amelia

2011   Searching for Mikak. Labrador Life 5(4):22 - 25.


Fay, Amelia

2011   Excavations on Black Island, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 9: 34 - 36.


Kelvin, Laura Elena

2011   Archaeology and Oral Histories in Sandwich Bay, Labrador, August 2010. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 9: 91 - 93.


Kelvin, Laura Elena

2011   The Inuit-Metis of Sandwich Bay: Oral Histories and Archaeology. M.A. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's.


Kennedy, J.C.

1997   Labrador Métis Ethrogenesis. Ethnos 62(3-4): 5-23.


Kennedy, John C.

1996   Labrador Village. Waveland Press, Prospect Heights, Illinois.


Kennedy, John C.

1995   People of the Bays and Headlands: Anthropological History and the Fate of Communities in the Unknown Labrador. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.


Kennedy, John C.

1995   People of the Bays and Headlands. Anthropological History and the Fate of Communities in the Unknown Labrador, Chapter 5. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. (Reproduced by permission of the author.)

(This chapter, from the book of CURA team member, John Kennedy, chronicles the establishment of a mixed Inuit-European population on the southeast coast of Labrador.)



Kennedy, John C.

1988   The Changing Significance of Labrador Settler Identity. Canadian Ethnic Studies 20(3): 94-111.


Mitchell, Greg

2013   The Inuit of Southern Labrador and Their conflicts with Europeans, to 1767. In Exploring Atlantic Transitions. Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, edited by Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson, pp. 320-330. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 8. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK.


Mitchell, Greg.

2010   Inuktitut in Southern Labrador; A Brief Review of Historical Word Lists. Them Days 34(4): 34-37.


Murphy, Phoebe

2012   Identifying the Inuit Communal House Phase in Southern Labrador. Occasional Papers in Northeastern Archaeology No. 15. Copetown Press, St. John's.


Murphy, Phoebe

2011   A Summary of the 2010 Excavation of House 3 in Indian Harbour, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 9: 115 - 116.


Murphy, Phoebe

2011   The Southern Component of the Labrador Inuit Communal House Phase: The Analysis of an 18th Century Inuit House at Huntingdon Island 5 (FkBg-3). M.A. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John's.


Pace, Jessica E.

2008   This is Where I Live, but It's not My Home: Archaeology and Identity in Sandwich Bay, Labrador. M.A. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's.


Plaice, Evelyn

1990   A Native Game: Settler Perceptions of Indian/Settler Relations in Central Labrador. ISER Books, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's.


Pritchard, Brian

2011   Snook's Cove Archaeology Project: Report on Field Season 2. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 9: 124 - 125.


Pritchard, Brian and Eliza Brandy

2010   Snook's Cove Archaeology Project: Report on Field Season 1. Provincial Archaeology Office 2009 Archaeology Review 8: 112 - 118.


Ramsden, Peter and Lisa K. Rankin

2013   Thule Radiocarbon Chronology and Its Implications for Early Inuit-European Interaction in Labrador. In Exploring Atlantic Transitions. Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, edited by Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson, pp. 299-309. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 8. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK.


Rankin, Lisa K.

2013   The Role of the Inuit in the European Settlement of Sandwich Bay, Labrador. In Exploring Atlantic Transitions. Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands, edited by Peter E. Pope with Shannon Lewis-Simpson, pp. 310-319. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 8. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK.


Rankin, Lisa

2013   Pigeon Cove, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2012 Archaeology Review 11: 126 - 131.


Rankin, Lisa

2012   Indian Harbour, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2011 Archaeology Review 10: 126 - 129.


Rankin, Lisa

2011   Indian Harbour, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 8: 126 - 129.


Rankin, Lisa

2010   Indian Harbour, Labrador. Provincial Archaeology Office 2009 Archaeology Review 8: 119 - 121.


Rankin, Lisa K.

2010   A People for All Seasons: Expressions of Inuit Identity Over the Past 500 years in Southern Labrador. In Identity Crisis: Archaeological Perspectives on Social Identity, edited by Lindsay Amundsen Meyer et al., pp. 332-340. University of Calgary, Calgary.


Rankin, Lisa

2009   An Archaeological View of the Thule / Inuit Occupation of Labrador. Unpublished pdf document. (Submitted to the Labrador Metis Nation).


Rankin, Lisa, editor

2008   Toponymic and Cartographic Research Conducted for the Labrador Métis Nation. Unpublished pdf document. (Submitted to the Labrador Metis Nation).


Rankin, Lisa K.

2007   Sandwich Bay Archaeological Reconnaissance. Provincial Archaeology Office 2006 Archaeology Review 6: 22-23.


Rankin, Lisa and Amanda Crompton

2013   The Labrador Metis and the Politics of Identity; Understanding the Archaeological Past to Negotiate a Sustainable Future. International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development 3(1): 71-79.


Rankin, Lisa and Amanda Crompton

2012   The Labrador Métis and the Politics of Identity: Understanding the Archaeological Past to Negotiate a Sustainable Future. In Heritage 2012: 3rd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development, edited by R. Amoêda, S. Lira and C. Pinheiro, pp. 1435-1443. Greenlines Institute, Barcelos, Portugal.


Rankin, Lisa, Matthew Beaudoin, and Natalie Brewster

2012   Southern Exposure: The Inuit of Sandwich Bay, Labrador. In Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit: The Nunatsiavummiut Experience, edited by David C. Natcher, Lawrence Felt and Andrea Procter, pp. 61-84. University of Manitoba Press, Winnepeg.


Rollmann, Hans.

2011   ‘So fond of the pleasure to shoot’: The Sale of Firearms to Inuit on Labrador's North Coast in the Late Eighteenth Century. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 26 (1): 5-24.


Rollmann, Hans.

2010   Moravians in Central Labrador: The Indigenous Inuit Mission of Jacobus and Salome at Snooks Cove. Journal of Moravian Studies 9 (Fall): 7-40.


Rollmann, Hans

n.d.   Moravians in Labrador. (Web Resource. Reproduced by permission of the author.)

(This is a series of web-based articles on the history of the Moravian missions in Labrador posted by Dr. Hans Rollmann (Memorial University). They are a part of Dr. Rollmann's “ Religion, Society and Culture in Newfoundland and Labrador” web site.)



Stopp, Marianne

2013   Sod House Archaeology in the Seal Islands Area, 2012. Provincial Archaeology Office 2012 Archaeology Review 11: 160-161.



Stopp, Marianne

2012   The 2011 Field Season at North Island-1 (FeAx-3). Provincial Archaeology Office 2011 Archaeology Review 10: 166 - 168.



Stopp, Marianne

2009   Eighteenth Century Labrador Inuit in England Arctic 62(1): 45 - 64.

(In the late 18th century, a number of Labrador Inuit were at different times taken to England. Their lives, journeys, and likenesses were unusually well documented through writings and portraiture. This retelling details source material and also clarifies discrepancies found in earlier publications. The portraits, which include two previously unknown depictions of Labrador Inuit, are particularly striking for their ethnographic content.)



Stopp, Marianne (editor)

2008   The New Labrador Papers of Captain George Cartwright. McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston.

(In recent years more of Captain George Cartwright papers have been discovered and provide important new source material for the early colonial period in the Atlantic region. These new papers deal with practical matters such as how to build a house in a sub-arctic climate, the best methods of sealing, trapping, and salmon fishing, as well as merchant rivalries and trade with Aboriginal groups.)



Stopp, Marianne

2002   Reconsidering Inuit Presence in Southern Labrador. Études/Inuit/Studies 26 (2): 71 - 106. (Reproduced by permission of the author.)

(This paper reconsiders the century-old question of Inuit presence south of Hamilton Inlet and the contention that it was a short-term presence for the purpose of trading with Europeans.)



Stopp, Marianne

1997   Long Term Coastal Occupancy Between Cape Charles and Trunmore Bay, Labrador. Arctic 50(2): 119 - 137.

(Ninety-three prehistoric components were discovered during this first comprehensive archaeological survey of the Labrador coastline between Cape Charles and Trunmore Bay. The newly discovered sites show that there was continuous prehistoric occupation from northern Labrador through to the Quebec North Shore and the island of Newfoundland.)



Stopp, Marianne and Kara Wolfe

2011  Report of 2010 Excavations at North Island-1. Provincial Archaeology Office 2010 Archaeology Review 8: 172 - 174.


Stopp, Marianne and Catherine Jalbert

2010  Searching for the Inuit in the Unknown Labrador - A Community-University Research Alliance (CURA) Project. Provincial Archaeology Office 2009 Archaeology Review 8: 156 - 160.


Stopp, M. and G. Mitchell.

2010   'Our Amazing Visitors': Catherine Cartwright's Account of Labrador Inuit in England. Arctic 63(4): 399-413.


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