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21. 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.

22. En 1967 les Terre-Neuvas pêchent la morue à la chaine En 1967 les Terre-Neuvas pêchent la morue à la chaine Quiqueré, Henri France--Fisheries; Seafaring Life A brief overview of the French fishery on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland.

23. Escale à Terre-Neuve Escale à Terre-Neuve Urrada, Henrico Captain Urrada describes Gander and it airport, which he visited during a layover.

24. Experiences in France Experiences in France Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940 Military Matters-World War I; Grenfell, Wilfred T. Sir Sir Wilfred Grenfell gives an account of his time at the front during World War I assisting in the medical care of wounded soldiers. He also expresses some personal opinions and observations on the conflict in general.

25. Fares to Europe by the pound Fares to Europe by the pound An article speculating on the passenger aircraft of the future.

26. First non-stop transatlantic air flight First non-stop transatlantic air flight Brown, Arthur Whitten; Alcock, John; Transport-Aviation A brief account of Alcock and Brown's transatlantic flight.

27. Flying the Atlantic - and selling sausages have a lot of things in common Flying the Atlantic - and selling sausages have a lot of things in common Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 Earhart, Amelia Amelia Earhart discusses the motivations for her transatlantic solo flight.

28. 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.

29. Foreign. France is anxious [...] Foreign. France is anxious [...] France, relations with; Fisheries--Jurisdiction--International A short discussion of the French Shore problem, including the Bait Act and the seizure of a Newfoundland schooner by the French for selling fish at St. Pierre.

30. Foreign. Just now France [...] Foreign. Just now France [...] France, relations with; Treaties A discussion of France's current affairs, including a brief mention of the French Shore problem.

31. Foreign. There have been few [...] the Newfoundland Bait Bill Foreign. There have been few [...] the Newfoundland Bait Bill France, relations with; Fisheries--Jurisdiction--International A brief mention of French anger over the Newfoundland Bait Bill, part of the French Shore problem.

32. France and Newfoundland France and Newfoundland Fisheries--Jurisdiction--International; France, relations with; Treaties A short discussion of the French Shore problem.

33. France and Newfoundland France and Newfoundland British Empire; France, relations with; Treaties A short discussion of the French Shore problem, including the recent bait and lobster-tinning disagreements.

34. 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.

35. Giant squid : the quest for the Kraken Giant squid : the quest for the Kraken Rees, W. J. Marine biology-Mollusca An examination of the giant squid, in which Newfoundland is briefly mentioned. The center illustration is the 1873 photograph of a specimen found by Rev. Moses Harvey on the island; it has been enlarged and appended to the article.

36. 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.

37. Home life of the Esquimaux Home life of the Esquimaux Vincent, William David Native peoples-(Labrador)-Inuit; Newfoundlanders in the United States A description of the Inuit in Labrador. Mention is made, at the very end, to a group of Inuit who travelled to the World's Fair grounds in Chicago, where an Inuit grave was placed on exhibit.

38. How they make cod liver oil How they make cod liver oil A description of how cod liver oil is made, contrasting the Newfoundland method and a suspected disreputable one from New York.

39. Icy menace in the North Atlantic Icy menace in the North Atlantic Ice conditions and icebergs A short article describing the work of the International Ice Patrol.

40. 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.
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