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As a complement to our Beothuk language information, here is our
collection of indexed links about the Beothuk tribe and their society.
Suggestions for new links are always welcome.
Our Beothuk Websites
Information and language learning materials from the Beothuk Indian language.
Beothuk Facts for Kids:
Questions and answers about Beothuk culture.
History and Ethnography of the Beothuks:
Anthropology book providing a good overview of all that is known about Beothuk culture and history.
The Last of the Beothuk: A Canadian Tragedy:
Biography of Shawnadithit, the last surviving Beothuk Indian woman.
The Red Ochre People: How Newfoundland's Beothuck Indians lived:
Picture book for children about the Beothuk Indian culture.
All Gone Widdun A Deadly Distance The Beothuk Saga River Thieves The Beothuk Expedition Riverrun:
Historical novels about Shawnawdithit and the Red Indian/Beothuk people.
The Beothuk of Newfoundland The Beothuk The Beothucks or Red Indians Vanished Peoples:
Extinction: the Beothuks of Newfoundland:
Older books of Beothuk history and anthropology.
The Vinland Sagas:
Tale of the Vikings in Newfoundland and their contact with the Skraeling Indians.
The Viking Discovery of America:
Archaeological excavation of the Norse settlement at L'Anse Aux Meadows.
American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Beothuks and Native Americans in general.
Beothuk History and Society
The Beothuk Indians:
Fact sheet for kids about the history and culture of the Beothuk or Red American Indian tribe.
History, artifacts, and lifestyle of the Beothuk Indians.
History of the Beothuk tribe in Canada.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Beothuks:
Online exhibit of Beothuk artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Beothuk Tribe The Beothucks Beothuks of Newfoundland:
Beothuk culture and customs.
Tribal history of the Beothuks.
The Beothucks, or Red American Indians:
Complete text of the 1914 Beothuck ethnography.
History of the Red Indians of Newfoundland:
Anthropology text on the Red Indian people.
Beothuk Drawings Shanawdithit's Drawings:
Red Indian pictures and a map drawn by Shanawdithit, the last Beothuk.
History of the Beothuk People:
Talk on Beothuk-white relations given by Ingeborg Marshall of the Beothuk Institute.
Religious Beliefs of the Beothuks:
Traditional Beothuk religion, with pictures of jewelry and grave items.
History and timeline for the Beothuk Indian tribe.
Beothuks of Newfoundland:
Historical article on the demise of the Beothuks.
Early Origins of the Beothuk:
Archaeology paper on the Beothuk culture and the Little Passage Complex peoples.
Organization educating Newfoundlanders about the Beothuk people.
Shawnadithit Demasduit Nonosbawsut, Red Indian Chief and Hero:
Interview with Shanawdithit Shanawdithit Obituary:
Biographies of Shanawdithit, Demasduit, and Nonosbawsut, the last of the Beothuk Indians.
Mysteries of Canada: Beothuck Indians The Beothuk of Newfoundland Beothuk and Mi'kmaq:
The Beothuck Indians Beothuk History in Newfoundland:
Essays about Red Indian history and the extinction of the Beothuks.
Markland and Helluland Vinland Sagas L'Anse aux Meadows Skraeling:
The Viking voyage to Newfoundland and Norse interactions with the Skraelings (Red Indians).
The Micmac and the Red Indians:
Viking and Beothuk (Red Indian) roles in Micmac oral history.
Beothuk timeline and links.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Bibliography for the Beothuks Beothuk Bibliography:
Beothuk reference pages.
Wikipedia: Beothuk The Beothucks Beothuk Tribe Beothuk:
Encyclopedia articles on the Beothuk.
Beothuk Theme Beothuk Links Beothuk Tribe Red Indian History Beothuks:
Beothuk link pages.
Les Amérindiens Beothuks du Canada Les Béothuks:
Information on the Beothuks in French.
Beothuk Indian books.
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