Matching Articles"Placentia" (Total 58)

  • L'influence positive et négative des bases militaires britanniques, françaises et américaines à Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador.
  • L'industrie de la pêche à la morue exerce une énorme influence sur le peuplement à Terre-Neuve et au Labrador par les Irlandais.
  • Flood risk zone maps have been prepared for sixteen communities in the province most prone to flooding.
  • Coastal Flooding--Natural Environment--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
  • Document written by Captain Charles Hawkins on December 16, 1691 in response to inquiries from the Lords of the Committee of Trade.
  • The 18th century brought a number of difficulties for the French fisheries at Newfoundland.
  • From the very beginning of colonization, France was an important participant in the exploration and exploitation of Newfoundland.
  • During the 1650s, French Basque fishermen began to overwinter in Placentia Bay, a practice that was encouraged when the French crown decided to sponsor a colony.
  • Information about what it was like to be a part of the Garrison in 18th century Newfoundland.
  • In 1870 an important chapter in the history of Newfoundland came to a close when the British government withdrew the military garrison at St. John's.
  • A look at the the economy of Placentia, when it was a French colony in NL from 1662 to 1713.
  • During official occupation, the French built a series of fortified structures in favorable locations for the defence of the colony.
  • A history of the Newfoundland settlement, Placentia, from difficult beginnings in 1662 to the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713.
  • There was not a single governor of Plaisance who did not complain about the lack of soldiers and the mediocrity of those he did have.
  • Population of Plaisance--Exploration--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
  • Information on seasonal fisherman that came to Newfoundland to fish for the summer.
  • Every fishing property usually included a planter's house, a store with goods and supplies, and cabins for fishing equipment and the crews.
  • In late 16th century England, there was a growing interest in planting colonies in North America, including Newfoundland.
  • Overview of the French attack on Ferryland, which occurred in the winter of 1696 as a part of the war between France and England.
  • Biography of Antoine Parat, governor of Plaisance from 1685-1690.