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A history of the Innu people and their contact with the Europeans
Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Innu
Impacts of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Innu
Inuit Post-Contact History
History of the Inuit post-contact with the Europeans
Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit
Impact of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Inuit
Inuit Organizations and Land Claims
Inuit land claims and organizations
Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Mi'kmaq
Impacts of non-aboriginal activities on the Mi'kmaq.
Mi'kmaq Organizations and Land Claims
Mi'kmaq organizations and land claims
Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut
Impacts of non-aboriginal activities on the Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut
Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut Organizations and Land Claims
Southern Inuit of NunatuKavut organizations and land claims.
Archival Collection Captures the Essence of the Creator of Uncle Mose
An introduction to the life and works of Ted Russell (1904-1977), teacher, politician and writer.
Although it is often described in different terms, the expedition that led to the discovery of Newfoundland was primarily an economic enterprise.
Government Involvement in the Fishery, 1940 - 1970
Almost from the beginning of the rise of the frozen fish industry in the early 1940s, the government began to offer assistance.
The Railway Settlement Act & the Newfoundland Government Railway
The Railway Settlement Act and the Newfoundland Government Railway (1920-49)--Society--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
The Reid Newfoundland Company (1898-1920)
In 1911 P.T. McGrath wrote of the Reid Newfoundland Company that it was 'the biggest paymaster in the Island, bigger even than the government.'
Council of State; 16 June, 1652
Instructions to Walter Sykes, Robert Street, Captain William Pyles and Captain Nicholas Redwood from the Council of State, dated June 16, 1652.
The "Entente Cordiale," 1904
On April 8, 1904, four agreements were concluded in London, which established the Anglo-French Entente, or <em>entente cordiale</em>.
William Keen Witnessed the Capture of St. John's
An outline of the efforts of William Keen to establish a judicial system in Newfoundland in the early 18th century.
Privy Council extract from Acts; 14 June, 1639
Extract from Acts by the Privy Council, dated June 14, 1639, and dealing with planters, food, and material culture.
William Swanley; 30 August, 1663
'An Act Made by the Tenants of Avalon' by William Swanley, et al.
William Popple [Secretary of the Board of Trade]; 1 April, 1708
'Letter to the Earl of Sunderland' from William Popple, dated April 1, 1708, and dealing with planters, government, the Pool Platation, and houses.
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