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The Beothuk ("Boeothick") Institution
The Beothuk Institution and preservation of Beothuk history
Mi'kmaq Organizations and Land Claims
Mi'kmaq organizations and land claims
The Buchans Miners' Strike of 1941
In 1941 the BWPU presented the BMC with a list of 41 grievances on a variety of issues...
Labour Organization and Unions
Until well into the 20th century, Newfoundland's primary economic activity was in the fisheries.
20th Century Salt Fish Marketing Organizations
Throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Newfoundland salt fish industry faced marketing problems.
Julia Salter Earle (1878-1945)
Biography of Julia Salter Earle (1878-1945).
Remembering Another Group of War Volunteers
The brief account of the life of Sybil Johnson (1887-1973), a nurse in the Volunteer Aid Detachment (VAD) in World War I.
Benevolent Irish Society Building, St. John's, NL
About the Benevolent Irish Society Building, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 48 Queen's Road in St. John's and initially constructed between 1877 to 1880.
The Benevolent Irish Society, 1806-2000
In early 19th century Newfoundland, one of the most active and influential fraternal organizations was the Benevolent Irish Society (BIS).
Looking Back at Child Protection
A history of the Child Welfare Association that provided services to mothers and children in the St. John's area from 1921 to 1976.
In Command of the Church Lads' Brigade
An introduction into the life of James Crawford (1893-1963), WW I veteran, businessman, and commanding officer of the Church Lads' Brigade.
Carbery Pushed the Envelope for Newfoundland Women
A chronicle of the career of Ellen Carbery (1845-1915), businesswoman and poet.
The Girls' Department of the King George the Fifth Institute
Overview of the Girls' Department of the King George the Fifth Institute in St. John's, NL
Leading up to the Commission of Government, health-care organizations did much to promote public health and welfare in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Mechanics' Society: an Irish Fraternity
About The Mechanics' Society, an irish fraternity in 19th century St. John's.
the Total Abstinence Society: an Irish Fraternity
About the Total Abstinence Society, a St. John's Irish fraternity that was founded in the 19th century.
Janet Miller Helped Pave the Way
The story of Janet Miller (1891-1946), the first woman entered on the rolls of the Newfoundland Law Society.
Overview of the history of NONIA.
The Development of Nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador
Nursing has a long history in Newfoundland and Labrador. Nurses have been providing patient care in homes and hospitals since European settlement.
Stella Burry (1897-1991)
Biography of Stella Burry (1897-1991).
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