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81. The North Pole The North Pole Peary, Robert E. (Robert Edwin), 1856-1920 Peary, Robert E. (Robert Edwin), 1856-1920; Bartlett, Bob, 1875-1946; North Pole; Arctic regions--Discovery and exploration Peary recounts his journey to the North Pole which he reached on 6 April 1909, becoming the first explorer to do so. Contains an extensive selection of photographs from the expedition, listed p. viii-xii, as well as a "Map of the Arctic Regions," p. [316]. "With an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt" (title page).

82. The Newfoundland guide book, 1905 : including Labrador and St. Pierre The Newfoundland guide book, 1905 : including Labrador and St. Pierre Prowse, D. W. (Daniel Woodley) (editor) Newfoundland and Labrador--Description and travel; Newfoundland and Labrador Guidebooks; Labrador (N.L.)--Guidebooks Prowse's aim in compiling this guide was to inform the general public on both sides of the Atlantic about the progress Newfoundland had made, and would continue to make in the seven years since the railway was completed and steamship service to Cape Breton began. To ensure success, Prowse enlisted "world-renowned writers and explorers" (p.3) to write about what the island had to offer tourists, sportsmen, and investors.

83. The Newfoundland geography : a reading book for schools in Newfoundland The Newfoundland geography : a reading book for schools in Newfoundland Geography--Textbooks This is a textbook used to teach geography in Newfoundland schools in the early 20th century. Each chapter contains information on a different continent with a chapter devoted to Newfoundland as well; colour and relief maps are also included.

84. The Newfoundland fishermen, and other books for the young The Newfoundland fishermen, and other books for the young Christians--Conduct of life--Juvenile literature An omnibus collection of eight Christian-themed stories for young people, including "The Newfoundland fishermen : a true story" by Charlotte Elizabeth (16 p. : ill.).

85. The Newfoundland dog : history, care, feeding, standard of perfection, show points The Newfoundland dog : history, care, feeding, standard of perfection, show points Rogerson, J. H., Mrs. Newfoundland dog This document is an overview of the Newfoundland dog for owners, including those who wish to show their dogs, for readers with a general interest in the history of the breed, and for those readers perhaps thinking of becoming Newfoundland dog owners. The author provides information about the general care of Newfoundlands, the physical characteristics and personality traits found in the breed, as well as things to know when showing a Newfoundland dog.

86. The Newfoundland dog The Newfoundland dog MacPherson, Harold, 1884-1963 Newfoundland dog A book which explains the origins and history of the Newfoundland breed, as well as acceptable breed standards. The author also includes many examples of Newfoundland dogs with the intelligence, even temperament, and protective nature the breed has become known for.

87. The Newfoundland Diaspora The Newfoundland Diaspora Delisle, Jennifer Bowering, 1979- Canadian literature--Newfoundland and Labrador; Nostalgia in literature; Group identity in literature; Migration, Internal--Canada; Pratt, E. J. (Edwin John), 1882-1964; Leggo, Carleton Derek, 1953-; French, David, 1939-; Morrissey, Donna, 1956-; Johnston, Wayne Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of British Columbia, 2008. English. An analysis of Newfoundland diasporic literature, "including the poetry of E.J. Pratt and Carl Leggo, the drama of David French, the fiction of Donna Morrissey and Wayne Johnston, and the memoirs of Helen M. Buss, Margaret Clarke and David Macfarlane" (p. ii).

88. The Newfoundland Connection The Newfoundland Connection

89. The New Newfoundland : an account of the revolutionary developments which are transforming Britain's The New Newfoundland : an account of the revolutionary developments which are transforming Britain's oldest colony from "the Cinderella of the Empire" into one of the great small nations of the world Smallwood, Joseph Roberts, 1900- Newfoundland and Labrador Written for expatriates and descendants of Newfoundlanders, tourists, and others with an interest in the island, this work was not intended to provide a history of Newfoundland, but rather to give readers insight into current activities and recent progress, as well as future prospects of the Dominion.

90. The natural history of the varieties of man The natural history of the varieties of man Latham, R. G. (Robert Gordon), 1812-1888. Ethnology; Beothuk Indians; Micmac Indians This is a work on the history of man, written by Latham to update and expand on existing ethnological literature. The Beothuk and Micmac peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador are briefly discussed in section F on pp. 328-330, 372.

91. The mineral wealth of Newfoundland : [splendid prospects for remunerative returns from investments in The mineral wealth of Newfoundland : [splendid prospects for remunerative returns from investments in the copper, iron and other minerals of the island] Mines and mineral resources--Newfoundland and Labrador This pamphlet provides a brief description of the geology of Newfoundland and Labrador, and was designed to attract investors to mine the Colony's mineral deposits, especially the extensive copper and iron ore discovered on the island.

92. The mayor's wife The mayor's wife Butt, Grace Canadian drama; Political participation--Fiction A play about the repercussions of not standing up for one's convictions. A sociology professor who is more comfortable talking about being involved in community matters than with actually getting involved sees the consequences of his inaction unfold before him in tragedy.

93. The man in the ranks The man in the ranks Gallishaw, John, b. 1890 Military art and science--Soldiers' handbooks; United States. Army--Handbooks, manuals, etc. This is a handbook created for U.S. soldiers who were headed to Europe to join the allies in the First World War. Written by Gallishaw, (a Newfoundland author who fought with the Newfoundland Regiment in the war), and Lynch (an instructor in the U.S. Army), this manual mainly instructs soldiers who are fresh to the battle about how to conduct themselves around other soldiers and civilians. The handbook also contains advice on making life in the trenches as simple as possible, as well as pages to be used as a diary and an address book.

94. The man I knew The man I knew Haig, Dorothy Maud Vivian Haig, Countess, d. 1939 Haig, Douglas, Sir, 1861-1928 This biography of Douglas Haig was written by his widow Dorothy in her own words following his death in 1928, and contains details from her own life with Haig, information from his diaries, as well as excerpts of letters written to and by the Earl. This book describes, from birth to death, the life of the decorated Field Marshal, who rose through the ranks during his military career to become a celebrated leader within the British Army, fulfilling many roles including Commander in Chief of the Newfoundland Regiment.

95. The making of the empire : the story of our colonies from the earliest times to 1895. With additional The making of the empire : the story of our colonies from the earliest times to 1895. With additional chapter bringing the record down to December 1897. Temple, Arthur Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Great Britain--Colonies--History This book contains the history of England's colonies and Britain's growth as an empire. Newfoundland's colonial history is found on pages 44-56.

96. The long Labrador trail The long Labrador trail Wallace, Dillon, 1863-1939 Labrador (N.L.)--Description and travel; Labrador (N.L.)--Discovery and exploration In 1903, Dillon Wallace joined Leonidas Hubbard on a failed expedition through Labrador. Before Hubbard's death, Wallace gave his word that he would complete the journey they began together; this book tells the story of Wallace's successful expedition.

97. The life of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, England's first empire builder The life of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, England's first empire builder Gosling, William Gilbert, 1863-1930 Gilbert, Humphrey, Sir, 1539?-1583; Great Britain--History--Elizabeth, 1558-1603; Newfoundland and Labrador This book is a biography of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, the pioneer of English colonization. Gilbert landed in St. John's, in 1583, claiming the island for the British and thereby founding the British Empire. Forced to return to England for provisions before he could establish a colony, Gilbert died on the journey when his ship The Squirrel was lost at sea with all hands.

98. The life of King Edward VII : with a sketch of the career of King George V The life of King Edward VII : with a sketch of the career of King George V Hopkins, J. Castell (John Castell),1864-1923 Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1841-1910;

99. The life of James William Carmichael and some tales of the sea The life of James William Carmichael and some tales of the sea Sinclair, John H., b. 1848 Carmichael, James William, 1819-1903; Micmac (Ship); Shipbuilding--Nova Scotia--New Glasgow--History; Elections--Nova Scotia--Pictou (County); Pictou (N.S. : County)--History--19th century; New Glasgow (N.S.)--History--19th century; Sea tales James Carmichael was a prominent Nova Scotia shipping magnate who was also active within the Presbyterian faith as well as provincial and national politics, being appointed senator in 1898 (L. Anders Sandberg, "Carmichael, James William," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13). Written by his son-in-law, this book consists of a biography, a collection of tributes and letters, a list of electoral results for Carmichael's Pictou County riding, and a list of ships constructed in Carmichael's New Glasgow home town. It also includes a collection of sea tales, although they are not connected to Carmichael; these include the story of the "Wreck of the Micmac" off the coast of Cape Pine, Newfoundland (p. 162-9 : ill.).

100. The Laying of the cable, or the ocean telegraph The Laying of the cable, or the ocean telegraph Mullaly, John Transatlantic cables; Cables, Submarine--Newfoundland and Labrador "Being a complete and authentic narrative of the attempt to lay the cable across the entrance to the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 1855, and of the three Atlantic telegraph expeditions of 1857 and 1858" (title page). Mullally describes two separate international cable-laying projects. The first was to connect Newfoundland with Nova Scotia in 1855, which was successful. The second was the transatlantic cable linking Newfoundland and Ireland, attempted three times over 1857-58. Although initially a success as he describes, it failed one month after completion. A successful transatlantic cable was only put in place in 1866.
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