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61. The ancient colony and its many and varied attractions The ancient colony and its many and varied attractions Newfoundland and Labrador--Pictoral works 3rd edition improved.-- A collection of black and white photographs showcasing Newfoundland and Labrador.

62. "Our empire" souvenir : containing an unique record of principal events of the War and valuable information "Our empire" souvenir : containing an unique record of principal events of the War and valuable information regarding the Dominions, Crown Colonies and Protectorates of the British Empire World War, 1914-1918--Calendars; Great Britain--Colonies Published on occasion of the British Empire Exhibition of 1924, this book contains a calendar of events from the Great War as well as information about Commonwealth nations and British colonies, including Newfoundland. The book was written with the dual purposes of providing information to anyone interested in the First World War and organizations for ex-servicemen as well as financial aid to disabled war veterans.

63. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church : St. John's, Newfoundland 1842-1942 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church : St. John's, Newfoundland 1842-1942 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (St. John's, N.L.); Presbyterian Church--Newfoundland and Labrador A centennial volume celebrating St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in St. John's, Newfoundland, 1842-1942. It contains articles on the history of Presbyterianism on the island, and on the congregation and its activities. Includes an appendix of historical documents.

64. Wind in recreational forests Wind in recreational forests

65. An account of the colony and fishery of Newfoundland and the present state thereof : with a map of the An account of the colony and fishery of Newfoundland and the present state thereof : with a map of the whole island Fisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--To 1763 An account of the history of Newfoundland from its discovery to the late 17th century. Mainly provides details of the fisheries, the island's earliest inhabitants, and their way of life.

66. WAVE FORESTS of Newfoundland WAVE FORESTS of Newfoundland

67. Views in Newfoundland, "England's oldest colony" : showing some of its magnificent rivers teeming with Views in Newfoundland, "England's oldest colony" : showing some of its magnificent rivers teeming with trout and salmon, its barrens alive with caribou, grouse, snipe, wild duck, etc., etc., charming river and lake scenery, bold headlands, etc. Newfoundland and Labrador--Pictorial works This is a collection of over 40 black and white photographs depicting typical scenes of life in Newfoundland, landmarks, and landscapes. Accompanying the pictures is a brief description of Newfoundland meant to draw tourists and sports enthusiasts to the island.

68. WATER POWER SAWMILLS WATER POWER SAWMILLS

69. The golden age of Newfoundland's advancement : striking portrayal of its progress the past fifteen years The golden age of Newfoundland's advancement : striking portrayal of its progress the past fifteen years Newfoundland and Labrador--Economic conditions--20th century This pamphlet details Newfoundland's economic condition in 1910, with an eye to progress made and that to come.

70. The Cathedral of St. John's, Newfoundland, with an account of its consecration by the Right Rev. Dr. The Cathedral of St. John's, Newfoundland, with an account of its consecration by the Right Rev. Dr. Mullock Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John's, N.L. : Catholic); Catholic Church--Newfoundland and Labrador--History--19th century; Mullock, John Thomas, 1806-1869; Benevolent Irish Society (St. John's, N.L.) "The following accounts descriptive of the reception of the bishops, the consecration of the church, the banquet given by the Irish Society, and the departure of the prelates, are taken from a local newspaper, the Newfoundlander" (p. 4). Catholic Bishop of Newfoundland John Thomas Mullock (bishop 1850-69) consecrated the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in St. John's on 9 September 1855. The Cathedral's construction had begun under Bishop Fleming in May 1841. Includes extensive descriptions of the building's interior, p. 1-4.

71. Wind Throw Wind Throw

72. Agriculture in Newfoundland Agriculture in Newfoundland Agriculture--Newfoundland and Labrador; Agriculture and state--Newfoundland and Labrador This is a collection of interviews with Newfoundland farmers published in The Harbor Grace Standard during 1906. The interviews were conducted with the purposes of learning about the concerns of those involved in agriculture at the time, identifying problems to be solved in order to make the industry successful in Newfoundland, and also educating readers about the agriculture industry.

73. Copy of manuscript owned by A.H. Murray, being a report written in 1790 with reference to the Beothic Copy of manuscript owned by A.H. Murray, being a report written in 1790 with reference to the Beothic Indians. Beothuk Indians; Indians of North America--Newfoundland and Labrador This report, thought to have been written by Bonavista merchant and Justice of the Peace John Bland, was commissioned by government to provide details on the most recent interactions of guides and furriers with the aboriginal peoples of Newfoundland, including the now extinct Beothuks. It is noteworthy that J.P. Howley made no mention of the material in this document in his endeavor to publish all available information on the Beothuks.

74. Marysvale Marysvale

75. Pictorial Harbor Grace : agricultural and industrial Newfoundland Pictorial Harbor Grace : agricultural and industrial Newfoundland Harbour Grace (N.L.)--Pictorial works; St. John's (N.L.)--Pictorial works; Newfoundland General Exhibition (1910 : St. John's, N.L.); Harbor Grace Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition (1910 : Harbour Grace, N.L.) 2nd and enlarged edition. Black and white photographs. "Souvenir Guy Ter-Centenary Celebration, Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, 1910. Harbor Grace Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition, and Newfoundland General Exhibition, 1910" (cover).

76. Discours fait par un marchand de la ville de Bordeaux, touchant le commerce de la mer. 'Adresse' aux Discours fait par un marchand de la ville de Bordeaux, touchant le commerce de la mer. 'Adresse' aux negocians de ladite ville. Bordeaux (France)--Commerce A speech encouraging the residents of Bordeaux to undertake maritime commerce, in particular to build their own ships so as to no longer depend on those of Holland, for which they pay. The speaker would also like to see more codfishing and whaling.

77. Red Cross Line : New Steamships "Stephano" and "Florizel" operating weekly between New York and Halifax, Red Cross Line : New Steamships "Stephano" and "Florizel" operating weekly between New York and Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John's, Newfoundland. St. John's (N.L.)--Description and travel Includes a map of the route to Halifax and New York; the verso shows cutaways of the ships and lists passenger rates.

78. Murphy's sealers' song book Murphy's sealers' song book Sea songs; Sealing--Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music A collection of song lyrics gathered by James Murphy about sealing, maritime disasters, and life in Newfoundland. Of note is "Wadham's song" (p. 22), which was on record in the Admiralty Court in London and used as a coasting guide for the area between Cape Bonavista and Fogo Harbour.

79. Evolution of Robertson Garden Evolution of Robertson Garden

80. Circular Statistics Circular Statistics
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