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81. Blazing new trails Blazing new trails Wallace, Archer, b. 1884 Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940--Biography; Missionaries--Biography; Missions; Missions--Africa; Missions--South America; Missions--North America; Missions--Asia; Missions--Newfoundland and Labrador First edition -- Presents the stories of fifteen missionaries at work in as many different places. Chapter 15 (p. 100-109) covers Sir Wilfred Grenfell, who as a young doctor was sent to Labrador by The Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen on the hospital ship "Albert" to serve the needs of people who had previously had access to a doctor only during the summer months. Grenfell was well loved by the people of Newfoundland and Labrador, and chose to remain there until his marriage in 1908. When in Labrador he raised funds for two hospitals and an orphanage..

82. Bob Bartlett : master mariner Bob Bartlett : master mariner Green, Fitzhugh, 1888-1947. Bartlett, Bob, 1875-1946; Seafaring life; Explorers--Canada--Biography; Arctic regions--Discovery and exploration Bob Bartlett was an accomplished sea captain and artic explorer born in Brigus, Newfoundland in 1875 and was a sickly child until his father sent him to sea to fish. This not only made Bartlett a strong healthy young man, but it also instilled in him a lifelong love of the sea. This book highlights the Arctic expeditions Bartlett undertook with fellow explorer Robert Peary as well as many of his other adventures.

83. Boys who made good Boys who made good Wallace, Archer, b. 1884 Biography--Juvenile literature; Youth--Conduct of life; Success This book contains short biographies of men who overcame poverty and poor living conditions as young boys to become quite successful in adulthood; all gave back to society either through their work, philanthropy, or both. Chapter 12 focuses on Donald Smith, who left Scotland as a young man and came to Canada to work or the Hudson's Bay Company. The Governor of the company, Sir George Simpson, took a great dislike to Smith, and sent him to the company's post in Esquimaux Bay, in Northern Labrador, as punishment for a perceived wrongdoing. Smith persevered through many hardships, creating a comfortable home and new roads in this inhospitable place. He became a success through his involvement with the Canadian Pacific Railway and Empress Steamships, and was eventually knighted, and then given the title Lord Strathcona.

84. 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.

85. Bridging a gap but transplanting the divide? : sex offender reintegration and circles of support and Bridging a gap but transplanting the divide? : sex offender reintegration and circles of support and accountability ; community responses, theory, and practice Greene, Melanie Sex offenders--Rehabilitation--Canada; Sex offenders--Rehabilitation--Newfoundland and Labrador; Restorative justice--Canada; Restorative justice--Newfoundland and Labrador; Community-based corrections--Ontario--Ottawa; Community-based corrections--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's In this paper, Greene presents the different approaches to sex offender reintegration practices as initiated by constituents of the justice and clinical models, along with community protection-risk management strategies and restorative justice. Greene's aim is to show that it is through an emphasis on the term 'community' and all that it implies that restorative justice and community justice approaches have remained, at least in context, separate, and and the same time may benefit from the merging of their commonalities in relation to this concept through reintegration strategies such as Circles of Support and Accountability (introduction).

86. Buddy's blighty and other verses from the trenches Buddy's blighty and other verses from the trenches Turner, Jack, d. 1948 World War, 1914-1918--Poetry A collection of war poems written following the author's return to Newfoundland in 1917, having fought with the Canadian Army during the First World War.

87. Burke's ballads Burke's ballads Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music--Texts A collection of song lyrics compiled by Johnny Burke. The majority of the songs are about the loss of ships, with particular emphasis on the S. S. Titanic.

88. Burke's Ballads Burke's Ballads Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music--Texts A selection of songs by Newfoundlander Johnny Burke. Born in St. John's, Burke was well-known in his time for his songs and plays based on local people and events. Also included are two other songs, one each by Dan Carroll and Irish entertainer Johnnie Quigley, as well as a text about Mr. Brewin of the St. John's Regatta. (Genevieve Lehr, "Burke, Johnny," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 1, 295)

89. Burke's Christmas songster 1918 Burke's Christmas songster 1918 Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music--Texts A collection of song lyrics, compiled by Johnny Burke, accompanied by an article and box score of a cricket match between a team representing the city of St. John's and a team representing H. M. Fleet. Composers and lyricists are uncredited in this work.

90. Burke's Christmas songster 1920 Burke's Christmas songster 1920 Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts A collection of song lyrics, compiled by Johnny Burke. Composers and lyricists are uncredited in this work.

91. Burke's Christmas songster Xmas 1926 Burke's Christmas songster Xmas 1926 Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador--Texts; Newfoundland and Labrador--Songs and music--Texts A collection of song lyrics compiled by Johnny Burke, the majority of which were written by Burke.

92. Burke's popular songs Burke's popular songs Burke, Johnny, 1851-1930 Ballads, English--Newfoundland and Labrador; Folk songs, English--Newfoundland and Labrador A collection of song lyrics and advertising jingles compiled by Johnny Burke.

93. By-ways of nature and life By-ways of nature and life Deming, Clarence,1848-1913 Voyages and travels; West Indies--Description and travel; Great Britain--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel; United States--Description and travel; Canada--Description and travel This book is a collection of articles previously published in the New York Evening Post written while Deming traveled through England, North America, and the West Indies. Each article focuses on a particular place, describing both it and what drew Deming to it. Newfoundland is the subject of several articles on pp. 75-113, and is described in great detail by the author. He also writes about cod and it's importance to the island, the seal fishery, and the process of sending/receiving telegraphs at the cable station at Heart's Content.

94. Cabot's surveys Cabot's surveys Prowse, G. R. F.(George Robert Farrar),b. 1860 Newfoundland and Labrador--Discovery and exploration; Cabot, John, d. 1498? This book outlines Prowse's argument that Bonavista was the place of John Cabot's landfall in the New World as opposed to the generally accepted landfall location of Cape Breton.

95. Canada knits : craft and comfort in a northern land Canada knits : craft and comfort in a northern land Scott, Shirley (Shirley A.) Yarn; Newfoundland Outport Nursing and Industrial Association; Knitting--Canada; Knitting--Social aspects--Canada--History; Knitting--Canada--History This book describes the history of knitting in Canada, including clothing styles, types of wool and where they are produced, as well as individuals and groups whose contributions to the culture of knitting in Canada were significant. Newfoundland and Labrador figure prominently throughout the work, with particular mention of NONIA (Newfoundland Outport Nursing and Industrial Association) and the knitters for the Grenfell Missions of Labrador.

96. Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British provinces in North America : with a plan of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British provinces in North America : with a plan of national colonization Buckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855 Canada--Emigration and immigration; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel; Canada--Description and travel The author Buckingham is a firm supporter of national colonization, and the potential benefits to both the colonies and to Britain. This book provides readers with information on Britain's colonies in North America, including Ontario and Quebec, the description of which comprises of a large portion of the book, as well as Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland, as well as information on colonization and emigration. Chapter XXIV focuses on Newfoundland and, as with the chapters on other colonies, includes information on its history, politics, industry, and geography among other topics.

97. 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.

98. Captain Cartwright and his Labrador journal Captain Cartwright and his Labrador journal Cartwright, George, 1739-1819 Beothuk Indians; Frontier and pioneer life--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Hunting--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel Following several years as a captain in the British Army, in 1766 George Cartwright became a first lieutenant on the Guernsey and sailed to Newfoundland with the future Governor, sailing around the northeast coast. His next trip to the island was in 1768, as part of an expedition to establish relations with the Beothuks. In 1770 he moved to Labrador to begin business as an entrepreneur and trader, and started to cultivate a very good relationship with the natives of Labrador. During the sixteen years he spent living in Labrador, Cartwright kept a journal; this is the abridged version of that diary: "...I [Charles Townsend] have reproduced the Journal without any changes... omitting only the unimportant details and the mass of repetition." (preface) -- Includes a poem "Labrador: a poetical epistle" (p. 363-372). With an introduction by Wilfred Grenfell.

99. Caribou calling : HMS Newfoundland, 1955-1956, Far East Station Caribou calling : HMS Newfoundland, 1955-1956, Far East Station Aldous, Alan (editor) Newfoundland (Cruiser); Great Britain. Royal Navy--Sea life; Sailors--Great Britain--Social life and customs; Sailors--East Asia--Social life and customs Compiled and edited by Commander Alan Aldous, Caribou calling is a collection of articles, photographs, poems, and biographies which chronicle both important events and daily life aboard the H.M.S. Newfoundland during her commission in the Far East in 1955-56. Page 82 contains several short pieces which explain the relationship formed between the boat, the province of Newfoundland, the members of the St. John's naval club "The Crow's Nest", and the Newfoundland Regiment.

100. Catherine Snow : a duologue Catherine Snow : a duologue Butt, Grace Snow, Catherine, ca. 1793-1834--Fiction; Hanging--Newfoundland and Labrador; Women murderers--Newfoundland and Labrador A short play about Catherine Snow, the last woman hanged in Newfoundland.
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