Module 2 - Forum 1

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Pre-Contact & Contact

The Beothuk were one of the first casualties of contact.  As such, not enough is known about this group. Below is the documentary from this week's lecture.  Here is a second chance to view important material.  Why is pre-history so important?  And how can we preserve this knowledge? 

Bonus Question: What do you think we lost when we lost the knowledge of the Beothuk?

Documentary Title:  Extinction Event -  PLEASE CLICK HERE to watch this video.

Journalist:  Todd Lamirande

Description:  A look into the Beothuk, the Indigenous people of the island of Newfoundland. And the capture and tragic death of a Beothuk woman, Demasduit. Her skull was taken from her grave and remains to this day in the care of a Scottish Museum.

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