Inland Farms in the Norse East Settlements is a report of excavations in the summer of 1939 in the East Settlement of the Norsemen, known today as the Julianehaab District. With Mr. Holger Rasmussen assisting him, the author cleared ruin groups 64a, 64c and 78a; journeys were also made for the purpose of protecting ancient monuments and of reconnoitring, especially in Igaliko and Tunugdliarfik fjords, in the course of which some ruins hitherto unknown were discovered.
Preface - Introduction - Chapter I. Excavation of Ruin Group 78a and other, Minor Investigations in the East
Settlement - Chapter II. Excavation of East Settlement Ruin Group 64a - Chapter III. Excavation of East
Settlement Ruin Group 64c - Chapter IV. Norse Objects from the Excavated Farms - List of Finds - List of
Illustrations - Bibliography - Appendix: M. Degerbøl: Animal Bones from Inland Farms in the East Settlement.