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Suzannah Anstey (née Manuel. 1832-1911). Daughter of Beothuk woman called 'Elizabeth' & husband Samuel Anstey (1832-1923).

Daughter of Beothuk woman called 'Elizabeth' & husband Samuel Anstey

Santu Toney (1835-c. 1910) was the last speaker with some knowledge of the Beothuk language of Newfoundland.

Santu Toney was the last speaker with some knowledge of the Beothuk language of Newfoundland.

The Beothuk were a tall people with dark eyes and black hair. The origin of the Beothuk is not established ,but it is believed that they are distant relatives of the Algonquin and that they came to Newfoundland, from Labrador, across the Strait of Belle Isle.Beothuk living sites and burial grounds abound in Newfoundland. It is believed that they inhabited the land for almost 2000 years. From the time they were "discovered" they developed what could be called a well-deserved, white-man…

"Spirit of the Beothuk, life sized bronze statue of Shanawdithit by Gerry Squires at the Beothuk Interpretation Centre, Boyd’s Cove, Newfoundland" -Medium Aevum

Fridjof Nansen with camera on sea ice in the Kara Sea, August, 18, 1913. #RogersWinterWhites

Fridjof Nansen with camera on sea ice in the Kara Sea, August,

What is Matriarchy? If women ruled the world?...  No creo que fuese un better world.  Las mujeres tenemos muy mala leche or as english speakers say, "bitchiness".  Forget about that one, mate.

What is Matriarchy? What if women ruled the world?

What is Matriarchy? If women ruled the world? No creo que fuese un better world. Las mujeres tenemos muy mala leche or as english speakers say, "bitchiness". Forget about that one, mate.

Women's Winter Windproof Waterproof Warm Gloves Outdoor Cycling Skiing Pink -------$7.36

Women's Winter Windproof Waterproof Warm Gloves Outdoor Cycling Skiing Pink -------$7.36

khaki metallic ribbed pu patch jumper - jumpers - knitwear - women - River Island

khaki metallic ribbed pu patch jumper - jumpers - knitwear - women - River Island

viking house | FZD

A cutaway of a regular viking home. They were small, modest buildings made of wood for the most part.

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