Historic Attractions and Museums in Boyd's Cove

Boyd's Cove is the only known site thus far where some of the Beothuks are known to have stayed year round. It was a major Beothuk coastal community between 1650 and 1720, a time when few Europeans ventured onto this part of the Newfoundland coast. It is assumed that this location is about halfway between their usual migratory trails which allowed them to be reasonable close to many sources of food.




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