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1. Newfoundland salmon fishing Newfoundland salmon fishing G. H. F. West Coast; Sports and recreation-Hunting and fishing A veteran fly-fisherman gives advice on salmon fishing in Newfoundland rivers.

2. Gallipoli : the adventures of a survivor Gallipoli : the adventures of a survivor Gallishaw, John, b. 1890 Turkey; Gallishaw, John; Military History-World War I Gallishaw recounts his time at Gallipoli while serving with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment during World War I.

3. The Newfoundland Railway The Newfoundland Railway Buchler, Walter Transport-Railroads An overview of the Newfoundland Railway.

4. In snowbound Newfoundland American bombers await their turn to be flown across the Atlantic In snowbound Newfoundland American bombers await their turn to be flown across the Atlantic Transport-Aviation; Military matters-World War II A short article about American bombers being ferried over to Great Britain via Newfoundland during World War II.

5. Newfoundland to New York, 1919 Newfoundland to New York, 1919 Brackley, H. E. (Major) Transport-Aviation; History-1918-1933 Major Brackley describes his flight from Newfoundland to New York in 1919.

6. The flights of Amelia Earhart The flights of Amelia Earhart Manton, Grenville G. O. Transport-Aviation; Earhart, Amelia; History-20th Century A profile of Amelia Earhart, up to 1935.

7. Dropping in on England Dropping in on England Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 Transport-Aviation; Earhart, Amelia Amelia Earhart describes being flown across the Atlantic in 1928 as a passenger, the first woman to make the trip and a precursor to her solo flight in 1932.

8. La catastrophe aérienne de Terre-Neuve La catastrophe aérienne de Terre-Neuve Transport--Aviation; Rescues A photo essay on the crash of a Belgian airliner near Gander, Newfoundland while en route to New York in 1946.

9. Transatlantic "airscapes" : a seaplane's shadow in a rain-circle ; flying high above a belt of fog Transatlantic "airscapes" : a seaplane's shadow in a rain-circle ; flying high above a belt of fog Davis, G. H. Transport--Aviation; Meteorology Two colour illustrations depicting meteorological phenomena encountered by the crew of the Friendship during its transatlantic flight from Newfoundland to Ireland in 1928: a rain circle and a fog bank. The plane carried Amelia Earhart as a passenger, who later described these sights to illustrator G.H. Davis.

10. Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon: les îles du message Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon: les îles du message Sire, Claude St. Pierre and Miquelon A short history of Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

11. Le Ministre des colonies a Saint-Pierre et Miquelon Le Ministre des colonies a Saint-Pierre et Miquelon Thomazi, Auguste, 1873-1959 St. Pierre and Miquelon Describes the 1923 visit of France's Minister for the Colonies Albert Sarraut to Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, as well as recounting the history of this small French possession.

12. Hail the Humber Hail the Humber Wulff, Lee Sports and recreation-Hunting and fishing; Humber River An account of salmon fishing on the Humber River.

13. Newfoundland salmon in 1914 : this season's report on salmon condition in Grand Codroy and Little Codroy Newfoundland salmon in 1914 : this season's report on salmon condition in Grand Codroy and Little Codroy G. B. F. Sports and recreation--Hunting and fishing An article on the state of salmon in the Grand Codroy and Little Codroy rivers in 1914.

14. Before the "Viking" disaster : the doomed film ship in the Newfoundland ice-fields Before the "Viking" disaster : the doomed film ship in the Newfoundland ice-fields Ships-Viking; Film-making; Shipwrecks A description of the sinking of the Viking by an explosion while at the seal fishery in March 1931. It was carrying an American movie-making team headed by Varick Frissell.

15. R. M. S. Titanic R. M. S. Titanic Baldwin, Hanson Weightman, 1903-1991 Ships-Titanic; Transport-Shipping-History A recounting of the sinking of the Titanic on 14-15 April 1912.

16. For 1750 miles they chased the Bismarck For 1750 miles they chased the Bismarck Ships-Bismarck; Military matters-World War II A recounting of the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck in May 1941 during World War II. Includes a tribute to the British battlecruiser Hood, sunk by the Bismarck.

17. The great Labrador sealing disaster : the sad homecoming of the Newfoundland's dead The great Labrador sealing disaster : the sad homecoming of the Newfoundland's dead Ships--Southern Cross; Ships--Newfoundland; Fisheries--Seals and Sealing A photo essay on the Labrador sealing disaster of April 1914.

18. Wrecks : Wreck off Newfoundland Wrecks : Wreck off Newfoundland Ships--George Cromwell; Shipwrecks A short item announcing the wreck of the passenger vessel George Cromwell at Cape St. Mary's, Newfoundland.

19. Perdus en mer Perdus en mer Seafaring life; Fishermen A colour illustration of four French fishermen cast adrift on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland.

20. La pupille de François de la Roque : histoire complete La pupille de François de la Roque : histoire complete Roberval, Marguerite de; Literature--Fiction A fictional account of the life of Marguerite de la Roque, who was marooned on an unknown island in Atlantic Canada in 1542; it is believed by some to be Fogo Island, Newfoundland. The story takes significant licence with the known facts. (Kathleen M. Winter, "Roque, Marguerite de la," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 4, p. 634-5.)
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