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Community Making: Eastport, Happy Adventure, Sandy Cove
The settlement of Eastport, Happy Adventure and Sandy Cove was essentially a single phased operation from the 1850s into the 1870s.
Eastport Peninsula:Community Origins
The origins of Communities in the Eastport Peninsula, such as Salvage, Eastport, Sandy Cove, Happy Adventure, etc.
A community is a group of people who live in the same area and share the same culture. This article is all about the function of communities.
Eastport Peninsula: Burnside
Information about the communities of Burnside and St. Chad's on the Eastport Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula: The Neck
The Neck, a parcel of land used for inter-community and peninsular activities, is located between Eastport, Happy Adventure, and Sandy Cove.
About the English and Irish origins of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians that immigrated between the 17th and 19th century.
Newfoundland and Labrador is often described as having the most homogeneous population of European origin in Canada.
Eastport Peninsula: Family Origins
A permanent population in the Salvage-Barrow Harbour area from the 1780s up to the 1820s was created by families who came to fish for cod.
Eastport Peninsula:Inter-Community Family Relationships
Families of Salvage were very closely intertwined through marriage and migration with those in nearby places.
Eastport Peninsula: Flat Islands Affinities
Settled in the 1820s, Flat Islands (a collective name for a cluster of four flat-topped island settlements) grew very rapidly
French Migration in NL, 1504-1904
French migrations to Newfoundland and Labrador began in the early 16th century and lasted for approximately 400 years.
French Settlement in NL, 1504-1904
Newfoundland and Labrador's cod fishery was the major pull factor attracting French settlers to the colony from the 16th through 19th centuries.
19th-Century Internal Migration
During the 19th century, migrants often moved to new areas of the country to supprot themselves and their families.
Irish migrations began in the late-17th century and peaked in the early 19th century, when up to 35,000 Irish arrived on the island.
The Irish in Newfoundland
The Irish migrations to Newfoundland, and the associated provisions trade, represent the oldest connections between Ireland and Canada.
Irish Settlement Patterns
The cod fishery and its mercantile activities greatly influenced Irish settlement patterns in Newfoundland and Labrador.
English Migration: Seasonal, Temporary and Permanent
Newfoundland experienced three types of migration from the English West Country: seasonal, temporary and permanent.
Eastport Peninsula: Migratory Fishery and Early Settlement
About the migratory fishery and early English settlement on the Eastport Peninsula.
About outports in Newfoundland and Labrador. An outport is literally any port other than the principal port of St. John's.
English Patterns of Settlement
Patterns of immigration and settlement in Newfoundland and Labrador were greatly influenced by mercantile activities.
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