Ocean Ports of Call

Cape Mugford - Canada, Labrador Highlights:
Rock formations
Cape Mugford lies on the remote north eastern coast of Labrador. This region is the site of ancient camps of the early pre-Dorset people, also known as the Independence I, occupiers of this barren landscape between around 4000 and 3400 B.P. Cape Mugford is home to unique volcanic rock formations and one of the two sources along the coast of Labrador of the stone, Ramah Chert - used over 7000 years by the Paleo-Eskimo peoples and the Maritime Archaic Indians.

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