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1. Georgie's present; or, tales of Newfoundland Georgie's present; or, tales of Newfoundland Brightwell, C. L. (Cecilia Lucy), 1811-1875 Newfoundland and Labrador--Juvenile fiction; Christians--Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction Young English boy Georgie visits his grandmother on his birthday, and she entertains him with tales from her days in Newfoundland with her missionary parents. The title present is the Newfoundland puppy she gives him. Christian themes are stressed throughout the stories.

2. The great island : a story of mystery in Newfoundland The great island : a story of mystery in Newfoundland Bice, Clare, 1909-1976 Newfoundland and Labrador--Juvenile fiction Young Angus searches for hidden pirate treasure in fictional Ship Cove.

3. Cap and gown (1969) Cap and gown (1969) Memorial University of Newfoundland Memorial University of Newfoundland--Yearbooks Yearbook for Memorial University of Newfoundland for the academic year 1968-69.

4. A historical sketch of the discovery and development of the coal areas of Newfoundland up to date A historical sketch of the discovery and development of the coal areas of Newfoundland up to date Howley, James Patrick, 1847-1918 Coal mines and mining--Newfoundland and Labrador; Coal--Newfoundland and Labrador Written with the hope that Newfoundland's coal mining industry would become quite prosperous, this booklet contains details about Cape Breton's successful coal mining industry, the history of coal and coal mining in Newfoundland, and Howley's findings during a geological survey that there were ample coal deposits in Newfoundland to make the coal mining industry a lucrative venture.

5. A century of Methodism in St. John's, Newfoundland, 1815-1915 A century of Methodism in St. John's, Newfoundland, 1815-1915 Nichols, J. W. Methodist Church--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Methodists--Newfoundland and Labrador--Biography; Newfoundland and Labrador--Biography; St. John's (N.L.)--History Written to commemorate the centenary celebrations of the Methodist church in Newfoundland, this book contains biographies and portraits of important Methodist figures in Newfoundland, images of Methodist churches in St. John's, as well as a brief history of the religion in Newfoundland.

6. Breaking into print : modern newspaper technique for writers Breaking into print : modern newspaper technique for writers Bond, F. Fraser (Frank Fraser),1891-1965 Reporters and reporting; Newspapers; Journalism Written primarily to serve as a journalism textbook, this book by F. Fraser Bond explains how to properly write news articles for newspapers using methods in practice at Columbia University's School of Journalism.

7. La grande pêche de la morue à Terre-Neuve depuis la decouverte du nouveau monde par les Basques au La grande pêche de la morue à Terre-Neuve depuis la decouverte du nouveau monde par les Basques au XIV siècle Bellet, Adolphe, 1852- Cod fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador; America--Discovery and exploration--Basque Written only three years before the French Shore Question was finally resolved, this book discusses the history of the French fishery in Newfoundland waters. Included are chapters detailing the Basques discovery of the New World and fishing on the Grand Banks years before Columbus and Cabot made landfall, French colonization in North America, and concludes with a short discussion of the French Shore Question and the importance of maintaining the right to fish in Newfoundland waters.

8. The Labrador dog : its home and history The Labrador dog : its home and history Scott, George, Lord, 1866-; Middleton, John, Sir, 1870- Labrador retriever; Newfoundland dog; Beothuk Indians--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--History Written in two parts, this book serves two purposes; the first, to provide information to aid in tracing a Labrador retriever's pedigree, and the second, to explain the different possibilities for the origins of the breed. The physical description, abilities, and temperament of the breed are described in great detail throughout the book, which also gives describes the Beothuk people, and notes they did not have domesticated dogs as companions. The book also contains some history and description of Newfoundland and Labrador.

9. The Canadian naturalist : a series of conversations on the natural history of Lower Canada The Canadian naturalist : a series of conversations on the natural history of Lower Canada Gosse, Philip Henry, 1810-1888 Natural history--Canada; Natural history--Newfoundland and Labrador Written in the form of conversations between an father and son during nature walks in all four seasons, this book by Gosse allows readers to experience the flora and fauna of Lower Canada in an easy to read format. Newfoundland figures prominently throughout the book, with many species of both plants and animals native to the island having been included in the "conversations".

10. The New Newfoundland : an account of the revolutionary developments which are transforming Britain's The New Newfoundland : an account of the revolutionary developments which are transforming Britain's oldest colony from "the Cinderella of the Empire" into one of the great small nations of the world Smallwood, Joseph Roberts, 1900- Newfoundland and Labrador Written for expatriates and descendants of Newfoundlanders, tourists, and others with an interest in the island, this work was not intended to provide a history of Newfoundland, but rather to give readers insight into current activities and recent progress, as well as future prospects of the Dominion.

11. The romance of Labrador The romance of Labrador Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940 Natural history--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Labrador (N.L.)--History Written by medical missionary Sir Wilfred Grenfell, this book is a brief history of Labrador. Contained within are scientific and historical facts about Labrador, including information about the land, native peoples, flora, and fauna. The final chapter is a summary of the accomplishments of the Grenfell Mission in Labrador as well as the future potential for growth.

12. The K. of C. Hostel disaster The K. of C. Hostel disaster Jones, J. (John) St. John's (N.L.)--Fire, 1942; Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador; Knights of Columbus Hostel (St. John's, N.L.)--Fire, 1942 Written by John Jones, this poem recounts the events of the fire that destroyed the Knights of Columbus building in St. John's in 1942. Almost 500 military personnel and civilians were trapped in the building which had it's windows boarded up to comply with wartime blackout regulations, and all doors either locked or barred shut from the outside. Unable to escape, 100 people died and over 100 more were injured in the fire, which was thought to have been deliberately set by German agents.

13. Coaker of Newfoundland : the man who led the deep-sea fishermen to political power Coaker of Newfoundland : the man who led the deep-sea fishermen to political power Smallwood, Joseph Roberts, 1900-1991 Coaker, W. F. (William Ford), 1871-1938; Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government Written by J.R. Smallwood, this brief biography of Sir William Ford Coaker focuses mainly on the successes and failures of the Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland and Coaker's political career.

14. Les Esquimaux du Groenland à l'Alaska Les Esquimaux du Groenland à l'Alaska Gessain, Robert, 1907- Eskimos; Labrador Written by French anthropologist Robert Gessain, this work provides insight into the Inuit and Eskimos of Alaska and Greenland , where Gessain wintered in 1934-35 with the Ammassalik people in order to study their relatively-unknown way of life. Gessain discusses other Eskimo and Inuit peoples as well, including the Eskimos of Labrador (p. 92-93).

15. Sea-power : and other studies Sea-power : and other studies Bridge, Cyprian, Sir, 1839-1924 Sea-power; War; Naval art and science; Naval history Written by British Royal Navy Admiral, Sir Cyprian Bridge, this collection of essays explains many aspects of naval history and warfare, from its ancient beginnings to the early part of the twentieth century.

16. Marvels of the world's fisheries : interesting descriptions of the many & curious methods of fishing Marvels of the world's fisheries : interesting descriptions of the many & curious methods of fishing in all parts of the world Wright, Sidney Harry Fisheries; Whaling; Sealing; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fisheries With this book, Wright provides a description of both the types of fish caught in the World's fisheries and the methods used to catch them. Newfoundland figures prominently in chapter eight, which focuses on the cod fishery (pp. 100-110). Sealing is briefly discussed, while the methods of hand-lines, trawls, and gill-nets are explained quite well, as are the conditions faced by fishermen on the Grand Banks.

17. Newfoundland Newfoundland Fairford, Ford Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel With this book, Fairford provides an introduction to Newfoundland for readers who either knew nothing at all about the place, or were misinformed about it. The author describes the people of Newfoundland and their way of life, the resources and the land itself, as well as many other points of interest. Fairford has written the majority of the book with the focus on the island, but in the final chapter gives a brief description of Labrador.

18. Fluorspar : a guide to the mineral, veins and occurrences of the southern Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland Fluorspar : a guide to the mineral, veins and occurrences of the southern Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland Wilson, Norman, engineer Fluorspar--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. Lawrence Region; Geology--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. Lawrence Region; Mines and mineral resources--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. Lawrence Region Wilson provides an overview of the mineral fluorspar (fluorite) and its mining in St. Lawrence, on the southern Burin Peninsula, so as to provide a one-volume guide to the entire area based on samples taken from 1998-2000. (Introduction). The text is followed by appendices which form the bulk of the work. These feature detailed maps of the veins under discussion.

19. The Cabot voyages and Bristol discovery under Henry VII The Cabot voyages and Bristol discovery under Henry VII Williamson, James Alexander, 1886- Cabot, John, d. 1498?; Cabot, Sebastian, 1474 (ca.)-1557; America--Discovery and exploration--British; America--Discovery and exploration--British--Sources Williamson examines the voyages of exploration undertaken by John Cabot and his son Sebastian in the late 15th and early 16th Centuries. The second half of his book consists of an extensive selection of primary source documents on the subject. -- Includes: The cartography of the voyages / R.A. Skelton (p. 293-325 : ill., maps), which addresses various historiographical issues related to the maps of the period.

20. My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, My Colonial service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia, Newfoundland, and Hong Kong, with interludes. Volume 1 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909 Des Voeux, Wm. (William), 1834-1909; Great Britain--Colonies--19th century; Guyana--History--19th century; Saint Lucia--History--19th century; Trinidad--History--19th century; Fiji--History--19th century; William Des Voeux presents an account of his life in the British Imperial service, during which he held the governorship of several British colonies. In this first volume, Des Voeux describes his time in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Fiji.
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