A Heiltsuk First Nation Village on Triquet Island


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EkTb-9, a Heiltsuk First Nation village site located on Triquet Island, British Columbia, has an occupation span of ~14,000 calendar years. This presentation provides a stratigraphic chronology of the site and describes how results collected by a team of researchers involved in the Hakai Ancient Landscapes Archaeology Project couple with Heiltsuk First Nation’s rich oral traditions and system of prerogatives, to explore and build on the notion of “persistent places” and to gain a more thorough understanding of human exploitation of the region from the early Holocene until the present day.

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