Mi'sel Joe, Chief of the Miawpukek First Nation, is attempting to repatriate the remains of two of the last members of the Beothuk
Tribe from the Scottish Government and the National Museums Scotland.
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They feature characters and communities representative of the nation's diverse indigenous and immigrant groups, including the Aboriginal Cree, Innu, Haisla, and Beothuk
, the "founding" groups of French and Anglo-Irish heritage, as well as a number of "cultural communities" of Japanese, Chinese, Ukrainian, Syrian, and African-West Indian heritages.
They did find evidence of human occupation--some fishing nets, a tool, and the remains of a fire, doubtless left by the Beothuk
Indians who lived there--but did not meet any living human beings.
By the 18th century, the Beothuk
were clearly affected by the loss of access to maritime resources as European settlement expanded.
47) See, for example, R v Compagnie Immobiliere BCN Ltee,  1 SCR 865; R v Jean B,  I SCR 80; Beothuk
Data Systems Ltd, Seawatch Div v Dean,  1 FC 433 (FCA).
3) The obsession with her designation as "last" has also, arguably, caused a lack of interest in archaeological research suggesting the Beothuk
may have been part of the Innu nation.
For example, one cannot assert that the Beothuk
people who disappeared from Newfoundland in the early nineteenth-century can re-emerge as a rights-holding people.
Perhaps the main reason for writing about the Beothuk
is to assure that the memory of them is not lost, or at least the memory of their genocide, the wanton and cruel destruction of a people who called themselves the People, a symbol for other peoples who have been destroyed, past and present.
Other small treasures include four pendants of caribou bone or antler, made in the 18th or 19th centuries by the Beothuk
Here the intriguing heritage of the Maritime Archaic Indians, Beothuk
people, Vikings, Basque whalers and European explorers combine with the stunning scenery to fascinate visitors.
49 The Beothuk
language was spoken by the now-extinct inhabitants of which large Atlantic island?