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Matching Articles"Eastport Peninsula" (Total 17)
Eastport Peninsula: The Aboriginal Period
Recent archeological evidence indicates that the inner reaches of Bonavista Bay were occupied by Aboriginal cultures dating back some 5000 years.
Eastport Peninsula:Broomclose and Sailors Island
A histroy about the communities Broomclose and Sailors Island, located on the Eastport Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Community Making: Eastport, Happy Adventure, Sandy Cove
The settlement of Eastport, Happy Adventure and Sandy Cove was essentially a single phased operation from the 1850s into the 1870s.
Eastport Peninsula:Community Origins
The origins of Communities in the Eastport Peninsula, such as Salvage, Eastport, Sandy Cove, Happy Adventure, etc.
Eastport Peninsula: Burnside
Information about the communities of Burnside and St. Chad's on the Eastport Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula Conclusion: Cultural Preservation
Preserving the culture of the Eastport Peninsula, a peninsula located in Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula: The Neck
The Neck, a parcel of land used for inter-community and peninsular activities, is located between Eastport, Happy Adventure, and Sandy Cove.
Family and Community Origins on the Eastport Peninsula
The family and community origins on the Eastport Peninsula, One of Newfoundland's smaller but more interesting peninsulas.
Eastport Peninsula: Family Origins
A permanent population in the Salvage-Barrow Harbour area from the 1780s up to the 1820s was created by families who came to fish for cod.
Eastport Peninsula:Inter-Community Family Relationships
Families of Salvage were very closely intertwined through marriage and migration with those in nearby places.
Eastport Peninsula: Flat Islands Affinities
Settled in the 1820s, Flat Islands (a collective name for a cluster of four flat-topped island settlements) grew very rapidly
Eastport Peninsula: Migratory Fishery and Early Settlement
About the migratory fishery and early English settlement on the Eastport Peninsula.
Eastport Peninsula: Permanent Settlement
Modern day settlement on the Eastport Peninsula began permanent residency in Barrow Harbour and Salvage from the 1780s onward.
Eastport Peninsula: Religious Affiliations
Religious affiliations on the Eastport Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula: Sandringham
Sandringham was one of eight land settlements created by the Commission of Government in Newfoundland to promote agriculture
Background information about the community of St. Chad's, located on the Eastport Peninsula in Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula: The Treaty Shore Era
Between the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) and Treaty of Paris (1783) England and France held concurrent fishing rights within Bonavista Bay.
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