The story of the stolen bones from Zoar
Last week the remains of twenty two people were brought back to the north coast of Labrador. The bones were removed in 1927 by archaeologist William Duncan Strong and brought to the Field Museum in Chicago….where they remained in a storage room for eighty four years. It was only recently, in 2008, that the story of what had happened came to light. Jamie Brake had just started his new job as an archaeologist with the Torngasuk Cultural Center in Nain. He has since been doing a lot of research about what happened all those years ago. Cindy Wall reached him in Nain to talk about what he discovered…….