Matching Articles"Confederation" (Total 69)

  • Extracts from a Speech by C.F. Bennett at Placentia. Colonial Office Records, series 194, Vol. 178 (CO 194/178) Public Record Office, London
  • Extract From Minutes of [Executive] Council, Tuesday, 13th September, 1864, Journal of the House of Assembly, 1865, Appendix pp. 846-47.
  • The poem 'Hero of '48', which was later recorded as the song 'Don't Vote Confederation'
  • Today, Canadian citizens aged 18 and older have the right to vote in federal, provincial, and municipal elections. This is known as universal suffrage.
  • Extracts from Speech by Premier H.W. Hoyles (Conservative, District of Burin) Assembly Debate, February 14, 1865. The Newfoundlander, March 16, 1865.
  • A pro confederation letter to the Editor of the Evening Telegram. Published May 28, 1948.
  • An anti-confederation letter to the Editor Daily News from J.M. Connors calling all patriots. published on August 2, 1948.
  • An anti-confederation letter to the Editor of the Daily News about Canadian taxes. Published on May 25, 1948.
  • An anit-confederation letter to the Editor Daily News about having faith. published May 29, 1948.
  • A pro confederation letter to the Editor Evening Telegram about honest beliefs. Publsihed July 20, 1948.
  • An anti-confederate letter to the Editor Daily News. Published on August 5, 1948.
  • An anti-confederate letter entitled A Patriotic Appeal sent to the Editor Daily News by Statia M. English. Published on July 22, 1948.
  • A letter to the Editor of the Daily News from H. Herman Archibald requesting an appeal. Published on July 27, 1948.
  • Letter to the Editor of the Independent from War Vet. Published on July 15, 1948.
  • Elected on 19 March, the delegation left for London on 25 April. Its' goal was to find out what assistance Newfoundland might receive from the British Government.
  • The National Convention's task was to discuss the Newfoundland and Labrador economy and recommend future actions to British Government.
  • Newspaper extract from an article dated May 13, 1948 in The Independent promoting the self government of Newfoundland.
  • A newspaper article extract from The Independent, dated March 29, 1948 promoting Responsible Government.
  • The Ottawa Delegation started on June 24, 1947. It was all about the idea of Newfoundland and Labrador joining Canadian Confederation.
  • A people entitled Newfoundland's Dream by W.P. Williams, taken out of the newspaper, The Confederate, on 21 April 1948.