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Jan 13, 2020 ... of Canada Secretariat Veterans Affairs Canada Veterans Review and Appeal Board Western Economic Diversification Canada Wild Species Women and Gender Equality Canada Youth Subject Any AA Arts, Music, Literature AG Agriculture EC Economics and Industry ET Education and Training FM Form descriptors GV Government and Politics HE Health and Safety HI History

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales

Jan 6, 2020 ... student in Melbourne, Australia. From 1967 to 1970, The Prince studied archaeology, anthropology and history at Cambridge University. He also learned to speak Welsh at the University College of Wales. Military service In 1971, The Prince of Wales began a naval career, following in the footsteps of his father, grandfather and two of his great-grandfathers

Ice patch archaeology: discoveries from the upper reaches of climate change - Science and conservation

Dec 18, 2019 ... have yielded a leather strap dated at about 270 years old. Like peat bogs at lower altitudes, ice patches also preserve the remains of living creatures. Dr. Osicki and his colleagues have found antlers (predominantly caribou, possibly elk) as well as foliage, lichen, mosses… and even a bison bone. Finds like these help scientists understand how this high alpine

Searching for Franklin’s lost ships - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

Oct 7, 2019 ... responsible for historical and archaeological site of national significance, Parks Canada took the lead in a new era of investigation. Background research included close consultation with Inuit, whose oral histories encompass Franklin and his ships. In 2008, after considering all sources of information, Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team (UAT) determined two

Members - History and culture

Oct 15, 2019 ... of Canada and the United States, Dr. Anderson has specialized in public and agricultural history throughout his career. He spent a decade with Living History Farms in Iowa, where he served as Director of History and Interpretation. Dr. Anderson has also served in leadership roles on the executive board of the Agricultural History Society, an international

Culture - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

Aug 28, 2019 ... years, and were finally located in 2014 and 2016. Who’s who in the Franklin expedition The vessels Franklin's 1845 expedition What happened next About history Learn and explore The disappearance of Sir John Franklin and his crew during his expedition in search of the Northwest Passage, Inuit culture and knowledge related to the expedition, and the recent

Franklin exploration 2019: guided tour of HMS Terror (video) - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

Aug 28, 2019 ... exploration in Canadian history. At the beginning of this year’s research season, Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team travelled to the wreck of HMS Terror aboard the RV David Thompson -- Parks Canada’s new Research Vessel. Over seven days, under exceptional weather conditions, the interior spaces of the wreck of HMS Terror were scientifically and systematically

School programs - Fort Chambly National Historic Site

Sep 26, 2019 ... to the Fees section (Basic) Tour the impressive stone fortification and take part in four interactive activities to teach your students about the history of the fort, archaeology, the seigneurial system in New France, French soldiers and their daily lives when garrisoned. Complete your visit with a rally in the fort or in the park to better discover the site. Download

Archaeology - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

May 27, 2019 ...Archaeology After Sir John Franklin and his crew went missing while searching for a Northwest Passage in the 1840s, Inuit shared stories and knowledge that helped the world better understand the Arctic and the fate of the Franklin ships and their crews. That same profound knowledge of history and the natural world – or Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit – combined

Nature and science - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

Aug 5, 2019 ... and science Climate change Marine biology Archaeology The location of the Erebus and Terror had been a mystery for over 150 years, after Sir John Franklin and his crew went missing in 1846. But with the powerful combination of traditional Inuit knowledge and modern technology, the ships were discovered in 2014 and 2016, resting on the bottom of the Arctic Ocean near

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