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In contrast, Maritime Archaic Indian sites from southern Labrador date as early as 8000 BP, and are well represented after 6000 BP [5, 6].

At Port au Choix, the Maritime Archaic Indians are followed in time by 1500 years of Palaeoeskimo occupation, from 2800 to 1300 BP.

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The Legislative Library has a vast and diverse collection of materials dating from the 18th century to the present day.

Notably, the Legislative Library acts as the official depositary of documents publicly released by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The modern Newfoundland and Labrador Legislative Library provides non-partisan, confidential parliamentary library services to all Members and Officers of the House of Assembly and their support staff.

Services are also provided to the Public Service and, on a limited basis, to the general public.

Despite extensive site surveys on the Point Riche and Port au Choix Peninsulas from 1984 to 1986 and from 1990 to 1992, the Port au Choix Archaeology Project was unable to locate the Maritime Archaic settlement site that must have complemented the cemetery [1, 2].