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1. 100 local poems 100 local poems Bugden, Richard (editor) Newfoundland and Labrador--Literary collections; Newfoundland and Labrador--Poems; Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music--Texts Compiled by Richard Bugden, this collection of poems and song lyrics have all been written by Newfoundlanders, including James Murphy, Reverend Canon Noel, and Bugden himself. Compiled in 1918, the First World War and the soldiers who fought in it are the predominant themes of the poems and songs contained in this work.

2. 5000 facts about Newfoundland 5000 facts about Newfoundland Mosdell, Harris Munden, 1883-1944 Newfoundland and Labrador A collection of facts about all aspects of life in Newfoundland. Includes historical, political, and religious facts among many others. Census details provided are from 1921, and information on government revenues and expenditures, as well as import and export statistics are provided for 1922-1923.

3. 5000 facts about Newfoundland 5000 facts about Newfoundland Mosdell, Harris Munden, 1883-1944 Newfoundland and Labrador A collection of facts about all aspects of Newfoundland. Includes historical, political, and religious facts, as well as information about agriculture, geography, culture on the island. Amounts in government expeditures and revenues, along with other statistics are given for 1919-1920, with government projections for 1921-1922.

4. 5000 facts about Newfoundland 5000 facts about Newfoundland Mosdell, Harris Munden, 1883-1944 Newfoundland and Labrador A collection of facts about all aspects of Newfoundland. Includes historical, political, and religious facts, as well as information about agriculture, geography, culture on the island. A collection of facts about all aspects of life in Newfoundland. Includes historical, political, and religious facts among many others. Amounts in government expenditures/revenues, along with other statistics are given for 1920-1921, with government projections for 1922-1923.

5. 75th Anniversary, 1876-1951 [in Newfoundland : a commemorative issue] 75th Anniversary, 1876-1951 [in Newfoundland : a commemorative issue] Congregation of Christian Brothers Education--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History; Education--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Congregation of Christian Brothers Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Christian Brothers of Ireland in Newfoundland, this souvenir booklet contains short histories of founder Edmund Rice, the Christian Brothers, and their schools in Newfoundland. Details of the jubilee church services and celebrations as well as letters of congratulations are also included.

6. A book of Newfoundland stories A book of Newfoundland stories Wakeham, P. J., 1910- Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P. J. Wakeham's fifth book, this work contains a selection of short stories, all with a Newfoundland background.

7. A century of events in Newfoundland : 1824-1924 A century of events in Newfoundland : 1824-1924 Murphy, James, 1867-1931 Newfoundland and Labrador--History--Chronology; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government This document provides a chronological account of major religious, political, economic, and social events in Newfoundland during the time period of 1824 to 1924

8. 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.

9. A charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Newfoundland by the Bishop, at his second visitation, A charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Newfoundland by the Bishop, at his second visitation, on the Feast of St. Matthew, 1847 Feild, Edward, 1801-1876 United Church of England and Ireland. Diocese of Newfoundland--Pastoral letters and charges; Clergy--Newfoundland and Labrador; Feild, Edward, 1801-1876 An address by Anglican Bishop of Newfoundland Edward Feild (bishop 1844-76) to his clergy. Having been in Newfoundland for three years, during which time he extensively toured the Diocese, Feild addresses specific issues of uniformity of doctrine and practice. In addition, he discusses matters such as education, missionary work and his rejection of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Includes three appendices clarifying portions of the text (p. 47-55).

10. A choice collection of views for the home A choice collection of views for the home Graham, R. H. Canada--Description and travel; Canada--Pictorial works This is a collection of black and white photographs depicting scenes from across Canada, and includes several pictures from different areas of Newfoundland.

11. A diary kept while with the Peary Arctic expedition of 1896 A diary kept while with the Peary Arctic expedition of 1896 Hoppin, B. (Benjamin), 1851-1923 Peary, Robert E. (Robert Edwin), 1856-1920; Hoppin, B. (Benjamin),1851-1923--Diaries; Arctic regions; Peary Arctic Expedition (1896) Hoppkins was a mineralogist who accompanied Peary on his 1896 Arctic expedition, the aim of which was to search for minerals, fossils, a previously seen meteorite, and to visit Greenland. The ship used on the voyage was the Hope, sailing out of St. John's under Commander Peary and Captain John Bartlett of Brigus, with several experts from different fields and a crew also comprised mainly of Newfoundlanders.

12. A discourse and discovery of New-found-land: with many reasons to prooue how worthy and beneficiall a A discourse and discovery of New-found-land: with many reasons to prooue how worthy and beneficiall a plantation may there be made, after a far better manner than now it is Whitbourne, Richard, 1561-1635 Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel--Early works to 1800; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--To 1763; Newfoundland and Labrador--Colonization; Great Britain--Colonies--America "Together with the laying open of certaine enormities and abuses committed by some that trade to that Countrey, and the meanes laide downe for reformation thereof" (title page). Whitbourne's Discourse was aimed at promoting Newfoundland as a potential colony which would profit the nation. It includes details on geography, climate, the fisheries and land resources, in addition to practical advice on settlement.

13. A few observations upon the value and importance of our North American colonies A few observations upon the value and importance of our North American colonies Oldfield, John, 1789-1863 Great Britain--Colonies--Canada--Commerce; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--1763-1855 By extolling their economic virtues, Oldfield challenges the opinion that Britain's North American colonies are nothing but a burden.

14. A handbook for boards of education A handbook for boards of education Newfoundland. Dept. of Education School boards--Newfoundland and Labrador--Handbooks, manuals, etc. Each of the Newfoundland districts's board of education is the the legal educational authority; as such, it is quite important that members are familiar with the educational policies, acts and regulations. The Newfoundland Department of Education created this manual for the boards, explaining their powers, functions, and duties, to help members in the discharge of their responsibilities.

15. 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.

16. A history of Newfoundland 1874-1901 A history of Newfoundland 1874-1901 Hiller, James, 1942- Newfoundland and Labrador--Economic conditions; Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government Hiller's Ph.D. thesis focuses on the period of Newfoundland's political history from 1874, when C. F. Bennett's anti-confederate party was defeated by Frederic Carter's Conservatives, to the election of Robert Bond's Liberals in 1900. Hiller found there was a particular lack of material written about this significant this period in Newfoundland's history; the Newfoundland Railway, Bait Act, and colonial politics, as well as the considerable internal political strife experienced in Newfoundland during the period are all topics Hiller discusses at length.

17. A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley) Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--Colonization; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley)--Correspondence "Third edition, with additions by James R. Thorns and F. Burnham Gill, bringing the record to 1907 and enclosing a brief biography of Daniel Woodley Prowse" (title page). Published in 1971, this book follows what are believed to be Prowse's ideas for a 3rd edition which was not completed in his time (Preface). -- Prowse's History of Newfoundland (1895) remains to this day the most famous account of the colony's history. Mixing detailed primary source research with his own extensive collection of anecdotes, Prowse presents the story of Newfoundland chronologically by reigning British monarch and with an eye to the influence its development had on England. The overriding theme is the march of progress, that Newfoundland had overcome its problems and was bound for inevitable prosperity. -- This edition is similar to the 2nd, in that it omits the bibliography, index and many of the illustrations included in the 1895 edition, as well as the chapters on Saint Pierre and Miquelon, the history of Labrador, the railway, the telegraph and the Fisheries Commission. The supplement on church history is also gone. Appended to the new text is an extensive collection of correspondence detailing Prowse's unsuccessful efforts to bring the 3rd edition to fruition.

18. A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley) Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--Colonization; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Newfoundland and Labrador--Church history 1st edition. Prowse's History of Newfoundland (1895) remains to this day the most famous account of the colony's history. Mixing detailed primary source research with his own extensive collection of anecdotes, Prowse presents the story of Newfoundland chronologically by reigning British monarch and with an eye to the influence its development had on England. The overriding theme is the march of progress, that Newfoundland had overcome its problems and was bound for inevitable prosperity. -- "Prefatory note by Edmund Gosse; with thirty-four collotypes, over three hundred text illustrations, and numerous maps" (title page). -- Includes supplement: A history of the Churches in Newfoundland / various writers (56 p. : ill.).

19. A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records A history of Newfoundland from the English, colonial, and foreign records Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley) Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--Colonization; Great Britain--Colonies--America; Newfoundland and Labrador--Church history 2nd edition, revised and corrected. Prowse's History of Newfoundland (1895) remains to this day the most famous account of the colony's history. Mixing detailed primary source research with his own extensive collection of anecdotes, Prowse presents the story of Newfoundland chronologically by reigning British monarch and with an eye to the influence its development had on England. The overriding theme is the march of progress, that Newfoundland had overcome its problems and was bound for inevitable prosperity. -- This edition has been corrected and updated. It omits the bibliography, index and many of the illustrations included in the 1895 edition, as well as the chapters on Saint Pierre and Miquelon, the history of Labrador, the railway, the telegraph and the Fisheries Commission. The supplement on church history has been incorporated into the main text.

20. A history of the island of Newfoundland : containing a description of the island, the banks, the fisheries A history of the island of Newfoundland : containing a description of the island, the banks, the fisheries and trade of Newfoundland, and the coast of Labrador Anspach, Lewis Amadeus, 1770-1823 Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Indians of North America--Newfoundland and Labrador; Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Economic conditions; Newfoundland and Labrador--History A general history of Newfoundland and Labrador from its settlement to the early 19th century.
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