Cultural landscape

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site


The most noticeable traces left by the early Mi’kmaq at Kejimkujik are the engravings they created in the glacially polished slate outcrops found at several locations around lakeshores. There are over 500 individual petroglyphs (carvings in stone) within Kejimkujik, making it one of the largest collections of such images in eastern North America.

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