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Matching Articles"Religion" (Total 89)
Belief-Related Beothuk Practices
religion and belief related practices with the Beothuk people.
Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Innu
Impacts of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Innu
Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit
Impact of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Inuit
The Inuit lifestyle, contact with the Europeans,and the Inuit Labrador Association
Traditional Mi'kmaq (Micmac) Culture
Traditional culture, language, and beliefs of the Mi'kmaq.
The History of the Newfoundland Mi'kmaq
The history of the Mi'kmaq, their lifestyle, and their relations with the Europeans
L’histoire des Mi’kmaq de Terre-Neuve
L'histoire des Mi'kmaq, leur mode de vie et leurs relations avec les Européens
Les Inuit de la côte nord du Labrador sont les descendants directs d'un peuple de chasseurs préhistoriques qui avait occupé tout le territoire canadien depuis l'Alaska.
[Sir] David Kirke; 2 October, 1639
Letter to Archbishop Laud from Sir David Kirke, dated October 2, 1639, and dealing with planters, health, weather, religion, and the Anglican Church.
Erasmus Stourton; 9 October, 1628
Examination of Erasmus Stourton before the Justices of the Peace at Plymouth, dated October 9, 1628.
[Brother] Simon Stock; 1 January, 1631
Letter to Propaganda Fide from Brother Simon Stock, dated January 1, 1631.
Biography of Lester Burry, born in Safe Harbour, Bonavista Bay, 1898
Statistics : The Confederation Debate
Denominational Percentages (Percentage of Roman Catholic and Protestant politicians) during the Confederation Debate.
The Election Riots of 1861
The election riots of 1861 were confusing and violent riots that were caused by people trying to prevent one another from voting.
Religion and Politics, 1832-1855
Religion played an influential role in Newfoundland politics during the period of representative government.
Social Changes, 1730-1815
Newfoundland and Labrador experienced numerous social changes involving health, education, population, etc. during the period of naval government.
Anglican Cathedral of St. John The Baptist, St. John's, NL
About the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, a Registered Heritage Structure located in St. John's and is the mother church of the oldest Anglican parish in North America.
The Church of England
Information about the Church of England and it's influence in Newfoundland history.
Basilica Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, NL
About the Basilica Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 200 Military Road in St. John's and built in the 1800s.
Bethany United Church, Petites, NL
About Bethany United Church, a Registered Heritage Structure that was built by the residents of Petites circa 1859.
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