Resolute Monument

Description: 

The Resolute Moment was erected in 2010 to commemorate the Inuit who were exiled from their land by the federal government and forcibly relocated to the High Arctic in the 1950s. This monument, made of stone, depicts a lone man gazing out to the ocean at the location of the High Arctic where Inuits had arrived by ship. 

LocationMem: 
Resolute, Nunavut
Institution: 
Private - Simeonie Amarualik
Official/Unofficial: 
Unofficial
Group Acknowledged: 
Inuits
Historical Subject: 

Inuit people of Resolute.

Physical Aspects: 

Carved stone figure of a man stationed a few meters away from the shoreline of an ocean. 

Date of Dedication: 
2010
Place Location: 
Files: 
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