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The Beothuk were an indigenous people based on the island of Newfoundland.
Demasduit (c. 1796 – January 8, 1820) was a Beothuk woman, one of the last of her people on the island of Newfoundland, Canada.
Tales of the Sea Toilers
Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason
Mount Cashel Orphanage
The Mount Cashel Orphanage was a Canadian orphanage that was operated by the Congregation of Christian Brothers in St. John's, Newfoundland.
Newfoundland Sealing Disaster
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SS Newfoundland was a sealing ship which lost 78 sealers on the ice during extreme weather conditions in March 1914 which claimed lives from three sealing ships in an event known as the 1914 Newfoundl...
Newfoundland War Brides
Hann, Marion; Crosbie-Marshall, Lin
Lin Crosbie-Marshall discusses courtship and cultural connections with four Corner Brook women who left Scotland over 60 years ago, and followed their soldier husbands to western Newfoundland.
Shanawdithit (ca. 1801 – June 6, 1829), was the last known living member of the Beothuk people of Newfoundland.
Robert McGhee descirbes wat we know about early European explorations of what is now Canada - Irish, Norse, English Portuguese, French, Spanish - as well as the early Europeans' interactions with the ...
Dictionary of Canadian Place Names
Includes 6,200 names of Canadian cities, towns, lakes, rivers, national parks, mountains, capes, channels and bays.
A History and Ethnography of the Beothuk
The Beothuk, the aboriginal inhabitants of Newfoundland, were hunters, gatherers, and fishers who moved seasonally between the coast and the interior. With the influx of European settlements and fishe...
The Voice of Newfoundland
A Social History of the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland, 1939-1949
Webb, Jeff A.
Explores the roles that radio played in society and culture during a vibrant and pivotal time in Newfoundland's history, and demonstrates how the broadcaster's decision to air political debates was pi...
Canadian Historical Review
Analysis of the ideas, people and events that have molded Canadian society and institutions. Canada's past is examined from a vast and multicultural perspective.
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