Igluryuaq - Sources of Information
The earliest known Inuvialuit sod houses have been found at the 700 year old Cache Point archaeological site at the mouth of the Mackenzie River. Those houses were small, and had a single sleeping platform.
In the following centuries larger houses with two and three sleeping platforms were built at places like the Kuukpak archaeological site, a short distance downstream from Cache Point at the mouth of the Mackenzie River.
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