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TitleParticulars of the Country of Labradore, extracted from the Papers of Lieutenant Roger Curtis of His Majesty's sloop The Otter...
AuthorCurtis, Roger, Sir, 1746-1816
PAB SubjectLabrador-Description and travel
Native Peoples-Labrador-Inuit
Curtis, Roger
Publisher[Royal Society]
Pagination of Originalp. 372-388 [16 p.] : [1] fold. map
DescriptionCurtis describes Labrador's geography, its animals and the ways of the Inuit, with some brief information on the Montagnais as well. He also attempts to estimate the Inuit population based on tribal information. -- The accompanying map has been digitized as record number CNS-M0129 in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies - Digitized Maps collection.
Published InRoyal Society of London. Philosophical transactions, 64 (1744)
ContributorsBarrington, Daines, 1727-1800
Subject.LCSHLabrador (N.L.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800
Labrador (Quebec Province)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800
Inuit--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Social life and customs--Early works to 1800
Montagnais Indians--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Social life and customs--Early works to 1800
NoteIndexed in the PAB: Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography. -- Periodical covers have been included with many of the digitized articles whether they relate to them or not. Extra pages not part of the article in question may also be present.
LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador
Time Period18th Century
Resource TypeArticle
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
Call NumberFF 1040 C8 1774 RARE c.2
SourcePrint text in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.
CollectionCentre for Newfoundland Studies - Articles
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
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