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Nunavut has bolstered a constant indigenous populace for more than 4,000 years. Archeologists and geneticists are currently sure that the ancestors of today's Inuit began in the range of the Bering Strait, which isolates Asia from North America. The main indigenous gathering, known as Paleo-Eskimos, crossed the Bering Strait at some point around 3000 BC and moved into the Canadian Arctic Archipelago around 2500 BC, evidently in light of an adjustment in atmosphere. From that point they took after marine warm blooded animals and crowds of big game area creatures over all of Nunavut to Greenland. 
Paleo-Eskimo Culture: 2500 BC to 1500 BC 
Pre-Dorset Culture ('Saqqaq'): 2500 BC to 500 BC 
Dorset Culture ('Tuniit' or 'Sivullirmiut'): 500 BC to 1500 AD 
Thule Culture (Proto-Inuit): 1000 AD to 1600 AD 

Inuit Culture (Eskimo): 1600 AD to present-day 

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