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    • The Osprey, vol. 28, no. 01 (March 1997)

    • Natural history--Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals
    • Frequency: 3 times a year, 1970-present. -- Nature Newfoundland and Labrador was previously known as the Newfoundland Natural History Society and the Natural History Society of Newfoundland and Labrador.
    • Josie Lacosta tells stories, sings, and talks about her life

    • Conte -- Tale; Chanson -- Song; Veillées -- Times; Biographie -- Life history; Histoire orale -- Oral history; Divertissements -- Entertainment; Religion -- Religion; Récit d'expérience personnelle -- Personal experience narrative; Märchen --...
    • Josie Lacosta raconte quelques petits anecdotes, qu’elle a appris de son père. Elle parle des saisons et des contextes sociales où l'on contait des contes, comme par exemple les veillées et durant les jours de fête. Il y a mention de la Fête-Dieu,...
    • Elizabeth Barter talks about belief, superstition, and tales

    • Conte -- Tale; Histoire orale -- Oral history; Contes à dormir debout -- Tall tales; Croyances et pratiques -- Beliefs and their practices; Divertissements -- Entertainment; Récit d'expérience personnelle -- Personal experience narrative; Religion...
    • Elizabeth Barter parle d’une grande variété de croyances, de superstitions, de fantômes et de contes. Elle parle des contes de « Jack » et de Jean-le-sot et puis raconte une histoire de « Jack », et puis ensuite un conte de Tom, Bill et Jack...
    • Josie Lacosta tells a traditional tale

    • Conte -- Tale; Divertissements -- Entertainment; Märchen -- Märchen; Paysage culturel -- Cultural landscape; Récit d'expérience personnelle -- Personal experience narrative;
    • Josie Lacosta conte « Le conte de la main coupée », qui parle d'un homme qui se fait enlever la main à la hache. Elle dit l'avoir appris de son grandpère Rivolan, et qu'il leur racontait des histoires et chantait des chansons pour que les enfants...
    • "Songs sung by French Newfoundlanders"

    • Chanson -- Song; Langue -- Language; Patrimoine -- Heritage; Paysage culturel -- Cultural landscape; Histoire orale -- Oral history;
    • Quatrième présentation dans une série d'entretiens au radio, sur la station VOWR, à l'occasion des célébrations pour l'année Jubilaire de l'université Memorial, 1974-75. -- Fourth in a series of radio talks on VOWR for Memorial University's Jubilee...
    • Daily News, 1963-09-28

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Daily News was published in St. John's from 15 February 1894 to 4 June 1984, daily except Sunday.
    • Evening Telegram (St. John's, N.L.), 1915-10-11

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Telegram began publication in St. John's on 3 April 1879 and remains in print today under the title The Telegram. It was published daily except Sunday through to 1958, the frequency changing thereafter. -- The total collection has been...
    • Harbor Grace Standard, 1887-07-09

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--Harbour Grace--19th century
    • The Harbor Grace Standard was published from December 1859 to 1936[?], providing coverage of the Conception Bay area as well as other news. The frequency was weekly save for a brief semiweekly interlude between 1888-94 and there is a publication...
    • Courier, 1847-03-17

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Courier was published in St. John's from 21 October 1844 to 28 December 1878. The frequency stabilized into semiweekly in mid-1849 and the title prefix "Morning" was dropped in early 1853.
    • Courier, 1851-12-31

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Courier was published in St. John's from 21 October 1844 to 28 December 1878. The frequency stabilized into semiweekly in mid-1849 and the title prefix "Morning" was dropped in early 1853.
    • Muse, 1975-07-17

    • Memorial University of Newfoundland--Students--Periodicals; College students--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals; College student newspapers and periodicals--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's
    • Memorial University of Newfoundland's student newspaper, providing coverage of university life as well as national and international news relating to students.

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