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Matching Articles"Land Claims" (Total 41)
Innu Organizations and Land Claims
Innu organizations and land claims
Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit
Impact of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Inuit
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Inuit land claims and organizations
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The history of the Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut and political organizations
Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut Organizations and Land Claims
Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut organizations and land claims.
Amy Taylor; 24 August, 1652
Deposition of Amy Taylor, taken at Ferryland on August 24, 1652, dealing with planters, government, fortifications, cod, fisheries, stages, boats, and taxes.
Amy Taylor; 29 August, 1652
Examination on the Interrogatories of David Kirke, in Baltimore vs. Kirke, given by Amy Taylor on August 29, 1652, and dealing with planters and government.
Anne Love; 24 August, 1652
Deposition of Anne Love, taken at Ferryland on August 24, 1652, dealing with planters, government, fortifications, cod, stages, and boats.
Anne Love; 31 August, 1652
Examination on the Interrogatories of David Kirke, in Baltimore vs. Kirke, given by Anne Love on August 31, 1652, and dealing with planters and government.
Anthony Gay; 16 October, 1707
Deposition of Anthony Gay, taken on October 16, 1707, dealing with the Pool
Archibald Cumings; 1 February, 1710
The Memorial of Archibald Cumings in relation to the fortifying of Ferryland, dated February 1, 1710.
Cecil Calvert; 8 December, 1651
An extract from Libel in Baltimore vs. Kirke, by Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore), dated December 8, 1651.
[Captain] Charles Hawkins; 16 December, 1691
Document written by Captain Charles Hawkins on December 16, 1691 in response to inquiries from the Lords of the Committee of Trade.
David Kirke and the Pool Plantation - History - Colony of Avalon
Overview of the presence of the Kirkes in Newfoundland, including the granting of the island and the legal battles between the Kirkes and the Calverts.
Sir David Kirke; 29 January, 1653
Libel [in Baltimore vs. David Kirke], dated January 29, 1653, and dealing with government, planters, boats, stages, and ordnance.
John Fletcher and Griffith Russell; 15 September, 1708
Deposition of John Fletcher and Griffith Russell, taken on September 15, 1708.
James Pratt; 11 March, 1652
Deposition of James Pratt, in Baltimore vs. Kirke, taken on March 11, 1652, and dealing with planters, houses, and ships.
James Pratt; 12 March, 1652
Examination of James Pratt, in Baltimore vs. David Kirke, taken on March 12, 1652, and dealing with planters, houses, and livestock.
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