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Matching Articles"Government House" (Total 20)
Les gouverneurs civils : de 1825 à 1854
Terre-Neuve n'a pas reçu le statut officiel de colonie avant 1825, au moment où le gouvernement britannique a nommé le premier gouverneur civil, sir Thomas Cochrane.
Les gouverneurs coloniaux : de 1855 à 1933
Au sujet des gouverneurs coloniaux, à l'époque du gouvernement responsable à Terre-Neuve et au Labrador de 1855 à 1933.
Background and Construction
Historical background and construction of the Government House in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Virtual Tour: Ballroom
A virtual tour of the Government House Ballroom.
Civil Governors, 1825-1854
Newfoundland did not receive official colonial status until 1825, when the British government appointed the first civil governor, Sir Thomas Cochrane.
Colonial Governors, 1855-1933
About the colonial governors during Responsible government in Newfoundland from 1855-1933.
Commission Governors, 1934-1948
During the Commission of government was administered by unelected commissioners appointed by the British government.
Virtual Tour: Dining Room
A virtual tour of the Government House Dining Room.
Virtual Tour: Drawing Room
A virtual tour of the Government House Drawing Room, the principal reception room of the house.
Virtual Tour: The Grounds
Text-based tour of the Government House Grounds.
Introduction : Government House
A popular tourist attraction in St. John's, Government House represents the authority of the Crown through the office of the lieutenant-governor.
Original Inventory list of Government House
An inventory list made of the first Government House in St. John's on October 1809.
The Governorship, 1610-Present
From the 17th century to the present, there has been a representative of the Crown in Newfoundland holding the office of governor or lieutenant-governor.
Information about what it means to be a lieutenant governor. A brief history about the position and the purpose it serves.
Naval Governors, 1729-1824
About the Naval governors of Newfoundland, their duties, responsibilites and impact on Newfoundland and Labrador from 1729-1824.
Proprietary Governors, 1610-1728
This history of the governorship in Newfoundland and Labrador begins in 1610, with the appointment of its first governor, John Guy.
Virtual Tour: Royal Suite
A virtual tour of the Government House Royal Suite.
Setting and Influence
Information about the location chosen for the Government House, as well as the influences Government House had on St. John's.
Government House Virtual Tour
Introduction to the Government House Virtual Tour.
Virtual Tour: Vestibule and Hall
A virtual tour of the vestibule and hall of the Government House.
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