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1. Yo-ho-ho! : a story of modern piracy and smuggling Yo-ho-ho! : a story of modern piracy and smuggling Spencer, Erle Rose, 1897-1937 Fiction, Juvenile; Voyages and travels; Adventure and adventurers; Smugglers--Fiction; Piracy--Fiction; Saint Pierre and Miquelon--Fiction; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction This is a fictional adventure story about a young Newfoundland boy named Dick who overhears a smugglers' plot while in St. Pierre. Dick is discovered by the smugglers and kidnapped, and experiences many adventures with the smugglers before he is returned to his family in Newfoundland.

2. Ye olde St. John's, 1750-1936 Ye olde St. John's, 1750-1936 Devine, P. K. (Patrick Kevin), 1859-1950 St. John's (N.L.)--Description and travel; St. John's (N.L.)--History; St. John's (N.L.)--Commerce--History; Business enterprises--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History This is a collection of "Ye Olde St. John's" articles by Devine, previously printed in the Daily News. Much of the information is presented as if Devine were walking with his reader along the old streets, describing businesses and people along the way. There is no indication of the specific dates when the original material appeared in the Daily News.

3. Wreck and sinking of the Titanic : the ocean's greatest disaster Wreck and sinking of the Titanic : the ocean's greatest disaster Everett, Marshall, 1863-1939 (editor) Titanic (Steamship); Shipwrecks--North Atlantic Ocean Recounts the events of the 1912 disaster, when the ocean liner struck an iceberg on her maiden voyage and sank, killing almost 1600 men, women, and children. Includes the first-hand accounts of many survivors.

4. Wooden ships and iron men : the story of the square-rigged merchant marine of British North America, Wooden ships and iron men : the story of the square-rigged merchant marine of British North America, the ships, their builders and owners and the men who sailed them Wallace, Frederick William, 1886-1958 Sailing ships; Shipbuilding--Canada; Square riggers--Canada; Ships, Wooden--Canada; Merchant marine--Canada--History; Merchant ships--Canada--History This book gives a brief history of square-rigged ships of the British North American merchant marine, an area of shipping history not previously well-covered. Many of the ships and crews the author writes about worked on the Grand Banks as a part of the Banks Fishery. -- This copy includes eight pages of illustrations from Blue Peter colour prints, tipped-in at the beginning.

5. Wind Throw Wind Throw

6. Wind in recreational forests Wind in recreational forests

7. William Gilbert Gosling : a tribute William Gilbert Gosling : a tribute Gosling, A. N. Gosling, William Gilbert, 1862-1930--Biography; St. John's (N.L.)--History--20th century; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--20th century A biography of William Gilbert Gosling, by his wife Armine Nutting Gosling. "With a foreword by the Right Rev. Arthur Heber Browne, Lord Bishop of Bermuda". -- Arriving in St. John's from Bermuda in 1881, Gosling was active in business, history, and municipal politics. Highlights of his life include his participation in the Newfoundland Board of Trade; his publications on Labrador and Sir Humphrey Gilbert; and his tenure as Mayor of St. John's. (Melvin Baker, "Gosling, William Gilbert," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 15.)

8. Wild like the foxes: the true story of an Eskimo girl Wild like the foxes: the true story of an Eskimo girl Anauta Inuit--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Social life and customs In Wild like the Foxes, Anauta tells the true story of her mother Alea's life as a young Inuit girl in 19th Century Labrador, up to her marriage to Anauta's father Yorgke. Their life as married adults, and the story of Anauta's own life, is told in Land of the Good Shadows (1940) (record number CNS-B0101).

9. Wild flowers of Newfoundland, part III Wild flowers of Newfoundland, part III Ayre, Agnes Marion (Miller), 1890-1940 Plants--Newfoundland and Labrador; Wild flowers--Newfoundland and Labrador; Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador "Mainly Orchis--Willow--Buttercup--Mustard--Rose" (title page). A guide to Newfoundland wild flowers. The abbreviations used are listed in the Preface.

10. Where the fishers go: the story of Labrador Where the fishers go: the story of Labrador Browne, Patrick William, 1864-1937 Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Labrador (N.L.)--History; Labrador (N.L.)--Social life and customs Reverend Browne first traveled to Labrador in 1890, and describes his book as "a little literary fabric woven from facts and experiences, during the leisure moments of a busy ministerial life" (p. viii). Thematic chapters examine Labrador's history and the various peoples who reside there, and include such topics as shipwrecks, the fisheries, the Moravian Missions and the Inuit.

11. When ships were ships and not tin pots : the seafaring adventures of Captain Morris Barnes When ships were ships and not tin pots : the seafaring adventures of Captain Morris Barnes Barnes, William Morris, b. 1850; Wortman, Hilda Renbold (editor) Barnes, William Morris, 1850-; Seafaring life An autobiographical account of the life of Captain Morris Barnes. Captain Barnes was born into a middle-class merchant family in St. John's, Newfoundland in 1850. The family owned a fleet of ships, allowing Barnes to go to sea for the first time at 11 years of age. Anecdotal in nature, this book by Barnes tells the tale of many of his adventures both at sea and on land.

12. Wheel in the middle of a wheel Wheel in the middle of a wheel Butt, Grace Canadian drama; Families--Fiction; Interpersonal relations--Fiction; Work and family--Fiction A play set in the 1950's about a family that has grown apart. The play focuses on the way the family members are affected by and in turn how they themselves affect several people from outside the family circle.

13. What me befell : the reminiscences of J.J. Jusserand What me befell : the reminiscences of J.J. Jusserand Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932 France--Foreign relations; Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932 An autobiographical account of the life of J. J. Jusserand, a French author and diplomat. As a diplomat, Jusserand worked for France mainly in England and the United States, but also in Tunisia and Denmark. References to Newfoundland can be found throughout the book, but a more detailed discussion of the Newfoundland Question and Jusserand's role in negotiations occurs on p. 108-113. At the time the French Question came to a head, Jusserand was consul in London and was instructed to mediate with Secretary of State Sir Thomas Sanderson on the catching of lobsters by both the French and British off the French shore of Newfoundland.

14. We serve the nation We serve the nation Canadian National Railways Canadian National Railways; Transportation--Canada This promotional brochure describes Canadian National Railways, its services, and how those services are provided. Operating both across Canada and within the United States, Canadian National Railways offered passenger, freight, and express delivery services by rail, air, and steamship. Canadian National Railways also operated hotels, research and development facilities, telegraph and telephone lines; just a few examples of the company's many ventures.

15. WAVE FORESTS of Newfoundland WAVE FORESTS of Newfoundland

16. WATER POWER SAWMILLS WATER POWER SAWMILLS

17. Wandering thoughts, or solitary hours Wandering thoughts, or solitary hours Tocque, Philip, 1814-1899 Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel Tocque wrote Wandering Thoughts while residing on the northern coast of Newfoundland, and mingled his own observations with material drawn from other writers. Covering a myriad of subjects he is in turn a naturalist, historian and teacher of science. Tocque's purpose was "to afford instruction and entertainment to the youth of his native country, Newfoundland, and more especially to those classes whose means of information are somewhat limited, viz. the young fisherman and mechanic" (Preface).

18. Voyage to Newfoundland and Sallee [extract] Voyage to Newfoundland and Sallee [extract] Cassini, Jean-Dominique, 1748-1845 Saint Pierre and Miquelon--Description and travel--Early works to 1800; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel--Early works to 1800; Grand Banks of Newfoundland; Fisheries--France--18th Century; Fisheries--Saint Pierre and Miquelon--18th Century; Fishery processing--Grand Banks of Newfoundland--18th Century; Fishery processing--France--18th Century This extract (p. 109-161) from a larger work includes the portion dealing with the Grand Banks of Newfoundland and Saint Pierre only; Cassini did not land in Newfoundland and only provides descriptions of the coast and the waters around it, as well as of the banks. Cassini also describes the French fisheries, both on ship in the Grand Banks (p. 116-125) and on shore at Saint Pierre (p. 145-153).

19. Vikings of the ice : being the log of a tenderfoot on the great Newfoundland seal hunt Vikings of the ice : being the log of a tenderfoot on the great Newfoundland seal hunt England, George Allan, 1877-1936 England, George Allan, 1877-1936; Sealing--Newfoundland and Labrador--20th century; Sealers (Persons)--Newfoundland and Labrador--20th century 1st edition. England tells of the six weeks he spent sealing with Newfoundlanders off the island's coast, March-April 1922, a "gorgeous epic of violence, hardship, and bloodshed" (p. vii). Includes a glossary of commonly used Newfoundland words and phrases (p. 313-323), a map (p. 19), and many illustrations.

20. Views of Labrador Views of Labrador New England Grenfell Association Labrador (N.L.)--Pictorial works; Newfoundland and Labrador--Pictorial works This is a collection of photographs depicting scenery and life in Labrador. The proceeds of sales of this collection were used by Sir Wilfred Grenfell to benefit the people of Labrador through his hospitals, schools, and orphanages.
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