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From left: Philip Snow and Melody Lampe participating in a mock archaeology excavation. The students excavated three one-by-one metre excavation units and determined where the ancestors of the Innu and Inuit had been located 3,000 years ago.

From left: Philip Snow and Melody Lampe participating in a mock archaeology excavation. The students excavated three one-by-one metre excavation units and determined where the ancestors of the Innu and Inuit had been located 3,000 years ago.

From left: Philip Snow and Melody Lampe participating in a mock archaeology excavation. The students excavated three one-by-one metre excavation units and determined where the ancestors of the Innu and Inuit had been located 3,000 years ago.


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