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81. The last of the aborigines: a poem founded on facts, in four cantos The last of the aborigines: a poem founded on facts, in four cantos Webber, George, poet Beothuk Indians--Poetry; Indians of North America--Newfoundland and Labrador--Poetry A tragic poem on the last days of the Beothuk Indians of Newfoundland, centered on a woman named Soloa, modeled on Mary March / Demasduwit and her family. The poem features rhyming couplets with some songs, and can be said to be in the "noble savage" tradition, ascribing positive traits to the Beothuk in contrast to the white settlers. Includes notes providing corrections and elaborations on several points. (Edward James Devereux, "Webber, George," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 8.)

82. The Beothucks or Red Indians: the Aboriginal inhabitants of Newfoundland The Beothucks or Red Indians: the Aboriginal inhabitants of Newfoundland Howley, James Patrick, 1847-1918 Beothuk Indians; Beothuk language--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.; Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel The product of detailed research, James Howley's book was the first comprehensive history of the Beothuk Indians of Newfoundland. This edition includes numerous illustrations and a reprinting of W.E. Cormack's Narrative of a journey across the island of Newfoundland in 1822 (p. 130-168), as well as an analysis of the Beothuk language complete with several vocabularies (p. 297-322). The famous drawings by the last known Beothuk, a woman named Shanawdithit, are also included.

83. 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.

84. 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.

85. Beothuk and Micmac Beothuk and Micmac Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950 Beothuk Indians; Micmac Indians--Newfoundland and Labrador; Micmac Indians--Nova Scotia Speck examines the Beothuk of Newfoundland, as well as the Micmac Indians of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. There is also some limited information on the Micmac of Prince Edward Island. Includes many illustrations.

86. A summary account of the wild berries and other edible fruits of Newfoundland and Labrador A summary account of the wild berries and other edible fruits of Newfoundland and Labrador Waghorne, A. C. (Arthur C.) Berries--Newfoundland and Labrador; Fruit--Newfoundland and Labrador; Wild foods--Newfoundland and Labrador Revised edition -- This book gives an account of the different berries and fruits found in Newfoundland, including where the plants are found and accounts of new species not yet seen by the author. Wagthorne has included, where applicable, information about the same plants found in England.

87. A hunter's camp-fires A hunter's camp-fires House, Edward John, 1879- Big-game hunting; Caribou hunting--Newfoundland and Labrador House writes about the big-game hunting expeditions he has undertaken in Canada, Newfoundland, Greenland, the western United States and East Africa. The book is extensively illustrated with the author's own photographs. Includes a description of a Newfoundland Caribou hunt (p. 80-[98]).

88. Stories of grit Stories of grit Wallace, Archer, b. 1884 Biography--Juvenile literature This book is directed at young men who either have decided to make something of themselves and need inspiration, or those who have not yet chosen a path in life. It contains the biographies of men who were able to overcome problems like physical disabilities and poverty, and with hard work and determination make a better life for themselves and others.

89. Poor men who made us rich Poor men who made us rich Wallace, Archer, b. 1884 Biography--Juvenile literature This book contains the biographies of 14 men, many of whom lived and died in poverty, and who overcame adversities to enrich not only their own lives but also the lives of others by sharing their talents and earthly goods with those around them.

90. 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.

91. Overcoming handicaps Overcoming handicaps Wallace, Archer, b. 1884 Biography--Juvenile literature; Youth--Conduct of life; Success This book contains the biographies of several men who conquered immense obstacles in their youth to become very successful on their chosen paths, and who serve as inspiration to readers to do the same. Some of those included in the book were handicapped by poverty, while others by physical impairments, yet each of them was able to persevere in the face of adversity to achieve their goals.

92. Souvenir regatta programme Souvenir regatta programme Boats and boating--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Royal St. John's Regatta (N.L.); Regattas--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's This Royal St. John's Regatta programme contains information from past regattas and for the current year, 1926. A brief history, the best times from each of the years 1875 to 1925, and illustrations illuminate readers on the annual event's past, while the schedule and lists of boat crews provide details on the races of the current year.

93. History of St. John's Regatta, for seventy years past History of St. John's Regatta, for seventy years past Murphy, James, 1867-1931 Boats and boating--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Regattas--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--History This is a collection of interesting events from the earliest years of the Regatta. As the early history of the Regatta wasn't officially recorded, Murphy intended to ensure these stories weren't forever lost to history by creating this work.

94. 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.

95. To botanists of Europe and North America, Newfoundland and Labrador plants To botanists of Europe and North America, Newfoundland and Labrador plants Waghorne, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1851-1900 Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador; Plant collectors--Newfoundland and Labrador List of plants collected in Newfoundland and Labrador and offered for sale by Arthur Waghorne. A Church of England missionary serving in Newfoundland, Waghorn (due to his ill health) was spending his summers in Labrador with no income. Sales of the plants he collected, as well donations he solicited using this pamphlet and other methods provided Waghorne with a means of subsistence and the ability to further his botanical and missionary work while in Labrador.

96. De plantis Labradoricis libri tres De plantis Labradoricis libri tres Meyer, Ernst Heinrich Friedrich, 1791-1858 Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador A detailed overview of Labrador botany.

97. Newfoundland and Labrador plants Newfoundland and Labrador plants Waghorne, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1851-1900 Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador; Plant collectors--Newfoundland and Labrador List of plants collected in Newfoundland and Labrador and offered for sale by Arthur Waghorne. A Church of England missionary serving in Newfoundland, Waghorn used the proceeds of sales of the plants he collected as a means of subsistence and to further his botanical and missionary work.

98. Some Newfoundland wild flowers Some Newfoundland wild flowers Southcott, Mary Botany--Newfoundland and Labrador; Wild flowers--Newfoundland and Labrador A short guide to the wildflowers found in St. John's and the surrounding area. Flowers are grouped together by natural order (now family), and a short, simple description is given for each.

99. Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1945-46) Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1945-46) Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals This book contains estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing a financial overview for the government of Newfoundland for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1946.

100. Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1939-40) Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the period ... (1939-40) Newfoundland. Dept. of Finance Budget--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Finance, Public--Newfoundland and Labrador--Statistics--Periodicals; Newfoundland and Labrador--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics--Periodicals This book contains estimates of revenue and expenditure, providing a financial overview for the government of Newfoundland for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1940, and seperately for the shortened period of nine months to April 30th 1940.
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