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Books and manuscripts from which citations have been drawn are listed with identifying date of publication (and sometimes date of the original version in square brackets) and either author's name or a short title, followed by essential bibliographical information. An index of authors' names follows in the next section, which also lists newspapers and periodicals.

[cl497—1522] 1962 Cabot Voyages = The Cabot Voyages & Bristol Discoveries Under Henry VII, ed J.A. Williamson (Cambridge: The Hakluyt Society, 1962)

[c1503] 1979 DUNBAR = William Dunbar 1465—1530?, The Poems of William Dunbar, ed James Kinsley (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1979)

[1578] 1935 Richard Hakluyt [Parkhurst's letter] = The Original Writings & Correspondence of the Two Richard Hakluyts, vol. i, ed E. G. R. Taylor (London: The Hakluyt Society, 1935)

[1580] CARTIER = Jacques Cartier, 1491—1557, Navigations and Discoueries to. . . Newe Fraunce, tr John Florio (London: H. Bynneman, 1580)

[1583] Gilbert's Voyages & Enterprises [Hayes' narrative] = The Voyages and Colonizing Enterprises of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, 2 vols., ed D.B. Quinn (London: The Hakluyt Society, 1940)

[1583] 1972 PARMENIUS = Stephen Parmenius, d 1583, The New Found Land of Stephen Parmenius, ed and tr by D.B. Quinn and Neil M. Cheshire (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972)

[1593—4] 1963 DONNE = John Donne, 1573—1631, Elegies and Songs and Sonnets, ed Helen Gardner (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1963)

1600 HAKLUYT = Richard Hakluyt, 1552?—1616, Voyages, Navigations, Traffiques and Discoueries, vol. iii (London: Imprinted by George Bishop, Ralfe Newberie and Robert Barker,1600)

[c1610—1634] Willoughby Papers = a collection of inventories and letters relating to the colony at Cupids, preserved in the Middleton MSS (Mi X) at Nottingham University. We are grateful to Dr Robert Barakat for the use of his transcript of the originals and of the Lambeth Palace MS of Guy's Journal.

[1612] 1957 GUY Journal = John Guy, d 1629, 'A Journall of the voiadge of discoverie made in a barke builte in Newfoundland. . .' [printed in] A Catalogue of an Exhibition of Books, Maps, Manuscripts and Documents (London: Lambeth Palace Library, 1957)

[1612] 1958 SHAKESPEARE = William Shakespeare, 1564—1616, The London Shakespeare: A new annotated and critical edition of the complete works in six volumes, ed John Munro (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1958)

[1620] 1887 MASON = John Mason, 1586—1635, A Briefe Discovrse of the New-fovnd-land, in Capt. John Mason, ed John Ward Dean (Boston: The Prince Society, 1887)

1620 WHITBOURNE = Richard Whitbourne, 1579?—1628, A Discourse and Discovery of New-found-land (Imprinted at London by Felix Kyngston for William Barret, 1620). This is STC2 25372. Two other editions, in 1622 [STC2 25373] and 1623 [STC2 25374], are occasionally cited.

1623 [T.C.] A Short Discourse = A Short Discourse of the New-Found-Land, Contayning Diverse Reasons and Inducements, for the Planting of That Country (Dublin: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1623)

1624 EBURNE = Richard Eburne, A Plaine Pathway to Plantations (London: Printed by G.P., for John Marriot, 1624)

1626 [VAUGHAN] The Golden Fleece = Sir William Vaughan, 1575—1641, The Golden Fleece... Transported from ... the Newfoundland, by Orpheus Iunior (London: Printed for Francis Williams, 1626)

1628 HAYMAN1 = Robert Hayman, 1575—1629, Quodlibets, Lately Come Over from New Britaniola, Old Newfound-land (London: Printed by Elizabeth All-de, for Roger Michell, 1628)

1628 HAYMAN2 = Certaine Epigrams Translated into English at Harbor-Grace in Bristols-Hope (London: Imprinted for Roger Michell, 1628)

1630 VAUGHAN = William Vaughan, The Newlanders Cure (London: Printed by N. Okes for F. Constable, 1630)

1633 Commission for the Well Governing of Nfld = A Commission for the Well Gouerning of Our People, Inhabiting in New-Found-land (London: Robert Barker, 1633)

[1663—1670] 1963 YONGE = James Yonge, 1647—1721, The Journal of James Yonge, Plymouth Surgeon, ed F.N.L. Poynter (London: Longmans, 1963)

1672 [BLOME] = Richard Blome, d 1705, A Description of the Island of Jamaica and New-Found-Land (London: T. Milbourn, 1672)

1672 JOSSELYN = John Josselyn, New-Englands Rarities Discovered (London: G. Widdowes, 1672)

1682 COLLINS = John Collins, 1625—1683, Salt and Fishery (London: Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford, 1682)

1687 [BLOME] = The Present State of His Majesties Isles and Territories in America (London: Printed by H. Clark, for D. Newman, 1687) [an expansion of the 1672 Jamaica]

[1698] CHILD = Sir Josiah Child, 1630—1699, A New Discourse of Trade [2nd ed] (London: T. Sowle [1698])

1699 Act of Wm III, 10 & 11 = Act of William III, Cap. xxv (London, 1699)

1708 GEARE = Allen Geare, Ebenezer: or, a Monument of Thankfulness (London: Printed for A. Bettesworth, 1708)

1708 OLDMIXON = John Oldmixon, 1673-1742, The British Empire in America, 2 vols. (London: J. Nicholson, B. Tooke, 1708)

[1711 THOMPSON] = Thomas Thompson, Considerations on the Trade to Newfoundland [London: Printed for Andrew Bell, 1711]

1712 West-India Merchant = A Letter from a West-India Merchant to a Gentleman at Tunbridg (London, 1712)

[cl720] 1910 GLEDHILL = Samuel Gledhill, b 1677, Memoirs of Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Gledhill, Lieutenant Governor of Placentia and Commander-in-Chief of Newfoundland from 1719 to 1727, ed W. H. Chippindall (Kendal: Titus Wilson, 1910)

[1727] 1966 POPE = Alexander Pope, 1688—1744, Poetical Works, ed Herbert Davis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966)

1745 [CAREW] = Bampfylde-Moore Carew, 1693—1758, The Life and Adventures of Bampfylde-Moore Carew (Exon: Printed for Joseph Drew, 1745)

1745 OSBORNE = Thomas Osborne, d 1767, A Collection of Voyages and Travels (London: T. Osborne,1745)

1755 DOUGLASS = William Douglass, 1691?—1752, A Summary, Historical and Political, of the First Planting, Progressive Improvements and Present State of the British Settlements in North America, 2 vols. ([Boston, 1749—50] London: R. Baldwin. 1755)

1758 ULLOA = Antonio de Ulloa, A Voyage to South America, tr John Adams, 2 vols. (London: Printed for L. Davis and G. Reymers, 1758)

1765 COLE = [Thomas] Cole, A Plan to Exclude the French from that Trade Proposed in 1765 WILLIAMS below

1765 ROGERS = Robert Rogers, 1731-1795, A Concise Account of North America (London: Printed for the Author, 1765)

1765 WILLIAMS = Capt. Griffith Williams, An Account of the Island of Newfoundland ([London:] Printed for T. Cole, 1765)

[1766] 1971 BANKS = Sir Joseph Banks, 1743—1820, Joseph Banks in Newfoundland and Labrador 1766: His Diary, Manuscripts and Collections, ed A.M. Lysaght (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971)

[1768] 1826 CARTWRIGHT = F.D. Cartwright (ed), The Life and Correspondence of Major [John] Cartwright, [1740—1824], 2 vols. (London: Colburn, 1826)

1768 DRAGE = Theodorus S. Drage, c 1712—1774, The Great Probability of a North West Passage (London: Printed for T. Jefferys, 1768)

[1770—1786] 1792 CARTWRIGHT See 1792 CARTWRIGHT

1774 [LA TROBE] = Benjamin La Trobe, 1725—1786, A Brief Account of the Mission Established among the Esquimaux Indians (London: The Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, 1774)

[1775] 1955 Journeys (ed Harvey) = Journeys to the Island of St John or Prince Edward Island: 1775—1832, ed D.C. Harvey (Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1955)

1776 COUGHLAN = Laurence Coughlan, d 1784?, An Account of the Work of God, in Newfoundland (London: Printed by W. Gilbert, 1776)

1778 CASSINI = J.D. De Cassini, 1748—1845, Voyage to Newfoundland and Sallee, in Chappe d'Auteroche, Voyage to California (London: E. and C. Dilly, 1778)

1779 N Amer Pilot = North American Pilot for Newfoundland (London: R. Sayer and J. Bennett, 1779)

[1780—1825] c1925 D'Alberti MS = transcripts of Colonial Office correspondence made by A. and L. D'Alberti about 1925, copies of which are deposited in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Memorial University Library

[1784] 1969 BURNS = Robert Burns, 1759—1796, Poems and Songs, ed James Kinsley (London: Oxford University Press, 1969)

1784-5 [PENNANT] = Thomas Pennant, 1726—1798, Arctic Zoology, 2 vols. (London: Henry Hughs, 1784—5)

1785 SHEFFIELD = John, Lord Sheffield, 1735—1821, Observations on the Manufactures, Trade and Present State of Ireland (London: J. Debrett, 1785)

1787 [PENNANT] Sup = Supplement to the Arctic Zoology (London: Henry Hughs, 1787)

1792 CARTWRIGHT = George Cartwright, 1739—1819, A Journal of Transactions and Events During a Residence of Nearly Sixteen Years on the Coast of Labrador, 3 vols. (Newark: Allin and Ridge, 1792). Gloss = glossary prefixed to each volume, cited from volume i. "Labrador: A Poetical Epistle" is cited from volume iii (separate pagination).

1792 Liverpool MS = PANL 24/A19, 1, an epitome of 1792 PULLING MS

1792 PULLING MS = George Christopher Pulling, British naval officer author of a manuscript (BM Add MSS 38352) concerning relations between settlers and Beothuks c1790. We have had the use of a photograph of the original and also a transcript provided by Dr John Hewson.

1793 PENNANT = Thomas Pennant, History of Quadrupeds, 3rd ed, 2 vols. (London: Printed for B. & J. White, 1793)

1793 REEVES = John Reeves, 1752?—1829, History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland. With an Appendix containing The Acts of Parliament made Respecting the Trade and Fishery (London: Printed for J. Sewell, &c, 1793)

1793 Report on Nfld Trade = Report from the Select Committee on the Newfoundland Trade (London: The House of Commons, 1793)

1794 Census = Census [of St John's], 1794. Transcript by N.C. Crewe of an untraced original

[1794] 1968 THOMAS = Aaron Thomas, Able Seaman in H.M.S. Boston, b 1762, The Newfoundland Journal of Aaron Thomas, ed Jean M. Murray (London: Longmans, 1968)

[1799] 1801 [THORESBY] = A Narrative of God's Love to William Thoresby, 2nd ed (Redruth: Printed by J. Bennett, 1801)

[1808] 1950 BYRON = George, Lord Byron, 1788—1824, Poetical Works (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1950)

1809 ANSPACH = Lewis Amadeus Anspach, 1770—1823, A Summary of the Laws of Commerce and Navigation (London: Printed for the Author, 1809)

[1810] 1971 ANSPACH = Duckworth's Newfoundland: Notes from a Report to Governor Duckworth (St John's: Provincial Archives, 1971 [mimeographed ed])

1810 STEELE = Robert Steele, A Tour through Part of the Atlantic; or Recollections from Madeira, the Azores and Newfoundland (London: J.J. Stockdale, 1810)

[1811] 1818 BUCHAN = David Buchan, 1780—c1837, 'Mr. Buchan's Expedition into the Interior of Newfoundand,' in John Barrow, A Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic Regions (London: John Murray, 1818)

[1812] BUCHAN MS = handwritten journal in uncatalogued materials, Provincial Reference Library, A. C. Hunter Library, St John's

1813 CARSON = William Carson, 1770—1843, Reasons for Colonizing the Island of Newfoundland (Greenock: Printed by W. Scott, 1813)

1814 KOHLMEISTER & KMOCH = Benjamin Kohlmeister and George Kmoch, Journal of a Voyage from Okkak, on the Coast of Labrador, to Ungava Bay (London: The Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, 1814)

1818 CHAPPELL = Edward Chappell, 1792—1861, Voyage of His Majesty's Ship Rosamond to Newfoundland and the Southern Coast of Labrador (London: Printed for J. Mawman, 1818)

1819 ANSPACH = Lewis Amadeus Anspach, A History of the Island of Newfoundland (London: Printed for the Author, 1819)

[1820] 1915 BUCHAN = 'Captain Buchan's Report of 2nd Expedition,' in James P. Howley, The Beothucks or Red Indians (1915), 121-26

1821—24 LATHAM = John L. Latham, 1740—1837, A General History of Birds (Winchester: Jacob and Johnson, 1821—24)

[1822]1928 CORMACK = William Eppes Cormack, 1796—1868, Narrative of a Journey Across the Island of Newfoundland in 1822, ed F.A. Bruton (London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd., 1928). A text of 1856, printed at St John's, is also occasionally cited.

1823 CRABB = George Crabb. Universal Technological Dictionary (London: Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, 1823)

1824 [SCOTT] = Sir Walter Scott, 1771—1832, Redgauntlet, A Tale of the Eighteenth Century, 3 vols. (Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1824)

1826 CARTWRIGHT See [1768] CARTWRIGHT

1826 [GLASCOCK] = William N. Glascock, 1787?—1847, Naval Sketchbook; or, the Service Afloat and Ashore, 2 vols. (London: Printed for the Author, 1826)

1828 MCGREGOR = John McGregor, 1797—1857, Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Maritime Colonies of British America (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1828)

1829-1911 Nfld Law Reports = Newfoundland Law Reports: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland: 1829—1845, ed Brian Dunfield (St John's: JW. Withers, Queen's Printer, 1916); 1864—1874, ed E.P. Morris (1899); 1874—1884, ed E.P. Morris (1898); 1884—1896, ed E.P. Morris (1897); 1897—1903, ed E.P. Morris and D.M. Browning (1905); 1904—1911, ed D.M. Browning (1912)

[cl830] 1890 GOSSE = Philip Henry Gosse, 1810-1888, in Edmund Gosse, The Life of Philip Henry Gosse, F. R. S. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., Ltd., 1890)

[1831—39] 1926 AUDUBON = John James Audubon, 1785—1851, Delineations of American Scenery and Character (New York: G.A. Baker, 1926)

1832 MCGREGOR = John McGregor, British America, 2 vols. (Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1832)

1836 [WIX]1 = Edward Wix, 1802—1866, Six Months of a Newfoundland Missionary's Journal (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1836)

1836 [WIX]2 = Six Months of a Newfoundland Missionary's Journal, 2nd ed (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1836)

1837 BLUNT = Edmund M. Blunt, 1770—1862, The American Coast Pilot, 13th ed (New York: E. & G.W. Blunt, 1837)

[1837] 1977 DICKENS = Charles Dickens, 1812—1870, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (London: Collins, 1977)

1839 MURRAY = Hugh Murray, 1779—1846, An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America, 3 vols. (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1839)

1839 PRESCOTT = Henrietta Prescott, Poems, Written in Newfoundland (London: Saunders and Otley, 1839)

1839 TUCKER = Ephraim W. Tucker, b 1821, Five Months in Labrador and Newfoundland (Concord: I.S. Boyd and W. White, 1839)

1840 GOSSE = Philip Henry Gosse. The Canadian Naturalist (London: John Van Voorst, 1840)

1841 BONNYCASTLE = Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle, 1791—1848, Considerations upon the Political Position of Newfoundland (London: The House of Commons, 1841)

1842 BONNYCASTLE = Newfoundland in 1842, 2 vols. (London: H. Colburn, 1842)

1842 JUKES = Joseph Beete Jukes, 1811—1869, Excursions in and about Newfoundland, during the Years 1839 and 1840, 2 vols. (London: John Murray, 1842)

1843 BUCKINGHAM = James S. Buckingham,1786—1855, Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Other British Provinces in North America, with a Plan of National Colonization (London: Fisher, Son, & Co., [1843])

1843 JUKES = J.B. Jukes, General Report of the Geological Survey of Newfoundland (London: John Murray, 1843)

[1844] GOSSE = Philip Henry Gosse, An Introduction to Zoology, 2 vols. (London: S.P.C.K. [1844])

[c1846] "Banks of Newfoundland" [broadside] = "Banks of Newfoundland"; "Afloat on the Ocean" (London [1846?])

1846 [FEILD]1 = Edward Feild, 1801—1876, A Journal of the Bishop's Visitation of the Missions on the Western and Southern Coast, August and September, 1845 (London: S. P. G., 1846)

1846 [FEILD]2 = A Journal of the Bishop's Visitation of the Northern Coast [in] 1846 (London: S.P.G.,1846)

1846 TOCQUE = Rev. Philip Tocque, 1814—1899, Wandering Thoughts, or Solitary Hours (London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1846)

1849 MCLEAN = John McLean, 1799—1890, Notes of a Twenty-five Years' Service in the Hudson's Bay Territory, 2 vols. (London: Richard Bentley, 1849)

1850 [FEILD] = Journal of a Voyage of Visitation on the Coast of Labrador, and Round Newfoundland in the year 1849 (London: S. P. G., 1850)

1850 LATHAM = Robert Gordon Latham, 1812—1888, The Natural History of the Varieties of Man (London: J. Van Voorst, 1850)

1850 Nfld Almanac = The Newfoundland Almanac (St John's: Henry Winton, 1850)

1851 DISNEY & GIFFORD = Rev. H.P. Disney, d 1854, and Rev. A. Gifford, The Labrador Mission: Letters (London: S.P.G., 1851)

1851 [FEILD] = Journal of the Bishop of Newfoundland's Voyage on the South and West Coasts of Newfoundland and on the Labrador [in] 1848 (London: S.P.G., 1851)

1851 MELVILLE = Herman Melville, 1819—1891, Moby Dick, Or The Whale (London: Oxford University Press, 1963)

1852 ARCHIBALD = Samuel George Archibald, Some Account of the Seal Fishery of Newfoundland, and the Mode of Preparing Seal Oil (Edinburgh: Murray and Gibb, 1852)

1853 SABINE = Lorenzo Sabine, 1803—1877, Report on the Principal Fisheries of the American Seas (Washington: Armstrong, 1853)

1854 [FEILD] = Journal of the Bishop of Newfoundland's Voyage of Visitation on the Coast of Labrador and the North-east Coast of Newfoundland in 1853 (London: S. P. G., 1854)

1854 MARCH = Stephen March, The Present Condition of Newfoundland (St John's: J.T. Burton, 1854)

[1854] 1950 THOREAU = Henry David Thoreau, 1817—1862, Walden, ed Brooks Atkinson (New York: Random House, 1950)

1854—1886 WHITE MS Journal = Capt. Edward White Sr, 1811—1888, manuscript journals and sealing logs for the years: 1854—55; 1868; 1870—71; 1874—75; 1876—86, in the possession of G.M. Story, St John's

1855 MULLALY = John Mullaly, A Trip to Newfoundland: Its Scenery and Fisheries, with an Account of the Laying of the Submarine Telegraph Cable (New York: T.W. Strong, 1855)

1857—1864 LIND MS Diary = Rev. Henry Lind, manuscript diary of residence at Sandy Point, St George's Bay, copy in the Library, Memorial University

1857 Memo of French Fisheries = M.H. Perley, 1804—1862, Memorandum of French Fisheries at Newfoundland (confidential memo, The Colonial Office, 1857)

1857 MOUNTAIN = Rev. J.G. Mountain, 1818—1856, Some Account of a Sowing Time on the Rugged Shores of Newfoundland (London: S.P.G., 1857)

[1858]1877 FERLAND = Jean-Baptiste Antoine Ferland, 1805-1865, Opuscules. Including Le Labrador, 1858 (Québec: Imp. A. Coté, 1877)

1858 [LOWELL] = Robert Traill Spence Lowell, 1816—1891, The New Priest in Conception Bay, 2 vols. (Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company,1858)

1860 [FEILD] = Extracts from a Journal of a Voyage of Visitation [in] 1859 (London: S.P.G., 1860)

[1860]1862 GOSSE = Philip Henry Gosse, The Romance of Natural History [First Series], 4th ed (London: J. Nisbet, 1862)

1860 MULLOCK = Dr John Thomas Mullock, 1806—1869, Two Lectures on Newfoundland (New York: John Mullaly, 1860)

1860 TAYLOR = Bayard Taylor, 1825—1878, At Home and Abroad: A Sketch-book of Life, Scenery and Men (New York: G.P. Putnam: Sheldon & Co., 1860

1861 BEETON = Isabella Beeton, 1836—1865, The Book of Household Management (London: S.O. Beeton, 1861)

1861 DE BOILIEU = Lambert De Boilieu, Recollections of Labrador Life (London: Saunders, Otley & Co., 1861; Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1969)

1861 NOBLE = Louis L. Noble, 1813—1882, After Icebergs with a Painter: a Summer Voyage to Labrador and around Newfoundland (NewYork: D. Appleton, 1861)

1862 Sailing Directions for the Island of Newfoundland (London: James Imray, 1862)

1863 DURNFORD = Mary Durnford, comp., Family Recollections of Lieut. General Elias Walker Durnford, 1774—1850 (Montreal: Printed by J. Lovell, 1863)

1863 HIND = Henry Youle Hind, 1823—1908, Explorations in the Interior of the Labrador Peninsula, 2 vols. (London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, 1863)

1863 MORETON = Rev. Julian Moreton, b 1825, Life and Work in Newfoundland: Reminiscences of Thirteen Years Spent There (London: Rivingtons, 1863)

1863 PEDLEY = Rev. Charles Pedley, 1821—1872, The History of Newfoundland from the Earliest Times to the Year 1860 (London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green,1863)

[1863] WINTER = James Winter, 1845—1911, A Lecture on the Decline of the Fisheries (St John's: J.W. McCoubrey [1863]).

[1864—1880] 1881 MURRAY & HOWLEY = Alexander Murray, 1810—1884, and James P. Howley, Geological Survey of Newfoundland (London: Edward Stanford, 1881)

1865 [CAMPBELL] = J.F. Campbell, 1822—1885, A Short American Tramp in the Fall of 1864 (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1865)

1865 Sailing Directions for the Island and Banks of Newfoundland (London: Charles Wilson, 1865)

[1866] 1873 REEKS = Henry Reeks, A List of the Flowering Plants & Ferns of Newfoundland (Newbury [England]: Printed by Blacket and Son,1873)

1866 WILSON = Rev. William Wilson, 1800?—1870, Newfoundland and Its Missionaries (Cambridge, Mass: Dakin & Metcalf, 1866)

1867 SMYTH = Admiral W.H. Smyth, 1788—1865, The Sailor's Word-Book: An Alphabetical Digest of Nautical Terms (London: Blackie and Son, 1867)

[1868—1910] HOWLEY MS Reminiscences = James P. Howley, 1847—1918, 'Reminiscences of Forty-two Years of Exploration and Survey in and about Newfoundland, 1868—1910,' unpublished manuscript in the possession of Mr David Howley of St John's to whom we are indebted for its extended loan.

1869 MCCREA = Lieut.-Col. R.B. McCrea, Lost Amid the Fogs: Sketches of Life in Newfoundland (London: Sampson Low, Son, & Marston, 1869)

[1870] 1973 KELLY = Rt. Rev. James Butler Knitt Kelly, The Voyage [of] the Church Ship Star, 1870 (St John's: Historic Resources Division of the Department of Tourism, 1973)

1871 DASHWOOD = Richard Lewes Dashwood, 1837—1905, Chiploquorgan; or Life by the Camp Fire in Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland (Dublin: R.T. White, 1871)

1872 SCHELE DE VERE = M. Schele De Vere,1820—1898, Americanisms; The English of the New World, 2nd ed (New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1872)

1873 CARROLL = Michael Carroll, The Seal and Herring Fisheries of Newfoundland (Montreal: Lovell, 1873)

1875 GRANT = James Grant, 1822—1887, One of the Six Hundred, 3 vols. (London: G. Routledge and Sons, 1875)

1876 HOWLEY = James P. Howley, Geography of Newfoundland (London: E. Stanford, 1876)

[1876] KENNEDY = David Kennedy, 1849—1885, Kennedy's Colonial Travel; A Narrative of a Four Years' Tour through Australia, New Zealand, Canada, &c. (Edinburgh Publishing Company [1876])

1877 ROCHFORT = John A. Rochfort, 1833?—1896, Business and General Directory of Newfoundland (Montreal: Lovell, 1877)

[1877] 1943 SEARS = Thomas Sears, 1824—1885, Report of the Missions (n.p., 1877; repr. 1943)

1877 TUCKER = H.W. Tucker, 1830—1902, Memoir of the Life and Episcopate of Edward Feild, D. D., Bishop of Newfoundland, 1844—1876 (London: W. Wells Gardner, 1877)

1878 Nfld Pilot = The Newfoundland Pilot, Comprising also the Strait of Belle Isle, and North-east Coast of Labrador (London: Hydrographic Office, Admiralty, 1878)

1878 TOCQUE = Rev. Philip Tocque, Newfoundland: as it was, and as it is in 1877 (Toronto: J.B. Magurn, 1878)

1879 HARVEY = Rev. Moses Harvey,1820—1905, Across Newfoundland with the Governor (St John's: Morning Chronicle Print, 1879)

1881 KENNEDY = W.R. Kennedy, 1838—1916, Sporting Notes in Newfoundland. 2nd ed (St John's: J.C. Withers, Queen's Printer. 1881)

1881 RAE = W. Fraser Rae, 1835—1905, Newfoundland to Manitoba (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. 1881)

1882 TALBOT = Thomas Talbot, 1818—1901, Newfoundland; or, A Letter addressed to a Friend in Ireland (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1882)

[1883]1971 BAKER = Capt. Julian Baker, Newfoundland Coastal Tour 1883; Notes from the Log of H.M.S. Foam (St John's: Provincial Archives, 1971)

1883 Fish Exhibit Cat = Great International Fisheries Exhibition; Official Catalogue (London: William Clowes and Sons, Limited, 1883)

1883 Fish Exhibit Cat4 = International Fisheries Exhibition; Official Catalogue, 4th ed (London: William Clowes and Sons, Limited, 1883).

1883 HATTON & HARVEY = Joseph Hatton, 1841—1907, and Rev. M. Harvey, Newfoundland: The Oldest British Colony, Its History, Its Present Condition, and Its Prospects in the Future (London: Chapman and Hall, Limited, 1883)

1883 PILOT = Rev. William Pilot, 1841—1913, Geography of Newfoundland (London: William Collins, Sons, & Co., 1883)

1883 SHEA = Sir Ambrose Shea, 1817—1905, Newfoundland, its Fisheries and General Resources [International Fisheries Exhibition] (London: William Clowes and Sons, 1883)

1883 Weather Proverbs = H. H. C. Dunwoody, Weather Proverbs (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883)

1884 BELL = Robert Bell, Observations on the Geology, Mineralogy, Zoology and Botany of the Labrador Coast (Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1884)

1884 DEMING = Clarence Deming, 1848—1913, By-Ways of Nature and Life (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1884)

1884 Fisheries Exhibit = International Fisheries Exhibition: Official Report, xiii (London: William Clowes and Sons, 1884)

[1884] 1911 LINDSAY = David Moore Lindsay, b 1862, A Voyage to the Arctic in the Whaler Aurora (Boston: Dana Estes & Company, 1911)

1884 STEARNS = W.A. Stearns, 1852—1909, Labrador: A Sketch of its Peoples, its Industries and its Natural History (Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1884)

1885 KENNEDY = Capt. W.R. Kennedy, Sport, Travel, and Adventure in Newfoundland and the West Indies (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885)

1886 GREGORY = J.U. Gregory, 1830—1913, En Racontant; Recits de Voyages en Floride, au Labrador (Québec: Typographie de C. Darveau,1886)

[1886] LLOYD = F.E.J. Lloyd, Two Years in the Region of Icebergs, and What I Saw There (London: S.P.C.K. [1886])

1887 BOND = Rev. George J. Bond, 1850—1933, Skipper George Netman: A Story of Out-port Methodism in Newfoundland (London: T. Woolmer, 1887)

1887 Fisheries of U S = George Brown Goode, 1851—1896, The Fisheries and Fishery Industries of the United States, Section V, i (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1887)

1887 MASON See [1620] MASON

1887 Nfld & Lab Pilot = Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot (London: J.D. Potter, 1887)

1887 Year Book = A Year Book and Almanac of Newfoundland (St John's: JW. Withers, 1887)

1888 M.F. HOWLEY = Very Rev. M.F. Howley, 1843—1914, Ecclesiastical History of Newfoundland (Boston: Doyle and Whittle, 1888)

1888 STEARNS = Winfrid A. Stearns, Wrecked on Labrador (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1888)

1888 WAGHORNE = Arthur C. Waghorne, A Summary Account of the Wild Berries and other Edible Fruits of Newfoundland and Labrador (St John's, 1888)

1890 BAYLY = Augustus G. Bayly, d 1908, Newfoundland; Loyal to its Mother England (London: Gilbert & Rivington, 1890)

1890 SHIELDS = G.O. Shields (ed), 1846—1925, Big Game in North America (Chicago: Rand, McNally & Company, 1890)

1891 PACKARD = Alpheus Spring Packard, 1839—1905, The Labrador Coast. A Journal of Two Summer Cruises to that Region (New York: N.D.C. Hodges, Publisher, 1891)

1891 SKINNER = Major Thomas Skinner, 1804—1877, Fifty Years in Ceylon: An Autobiography, ed Annie Skinner (London:W.H. Allen, 1891)

[1891] WINSOR = See [c1977] WINSOR

1893 Year Book = A Year Book and Almanac of Newfoundland (St John's: J.W. Withers, Queen's Printer, 1893)

[1894 BURKE] = John Burke, 1851—1930, St John's Advertiser and Fishermen's Guide ([St John's, 1894])

1894 CHAFE = Levi G. Chafe, 1861—1942?, Report of the Newfoundland Seal-fishery, from 1863 to 1894 (St John's: G.S. Milligan, 1894)

1894 HARVEY = Rev. M. Harvey, Newfoundland as it is in 1894: A Hand-Book and Tourists' Guide (St John's: J.W. Withers, Queen's Printer, 1894)

1894 MORRIS = Isaac C. Morris, 1857—1937, Sketches of Our Western Sea Coast (St John's: George S. Milligan, Jr., 1894)

1894 MOTT = Henry Youmans Mott (ed), Newfoundland Men. A Collection of Biographical Sketches of sons and residents of the Island who have become known in Commercial, Professional, and Political Life (Concord, N.H.: T.W. & J.F. Cragg, Publishers, 1894)

[cl894] PANL = Rev. William Pilot, 'Newfoundland Folk Talk' MS transcript in the Provincial Archives (P4/14)

1895 BARRON = William Barron, Old Whaling Days (Hull: W. Andrews & Co., 1895)

1895 DAVIS = S.T. Davis, 1838—1908, Caribou Shooting in Newfoundland (Lancaster, Pa.: The New Era Printing House, 1895)

1895 GRENFELL = Wilfred T. Grenfell, 1868—1940, Vikings of To-day: Or Life and Medical Work Among the Fishermen of Labrador (London: Marshall Bros., 1895)

1895—1897 J A Folklore = Rev. George Patterson, 1824—1897, 'Notes on the Dialect of the People of Newfoundland,' Journal of American Folklore, viii, 27-40, ix, 19-37, x, 203-13

1895 PROWSE = D.W. Prowse, 1834—1914, A History of Newfoundland from the English, Colonial, and Foreign Records (London: Macmillan and Co., 1895)

1895 TOCQUE = Rev. Philip Tocque, Kaleidoscope Echoes, Being Historical, Philosophical, Scientific, and Theological Sketches, ed Annie S.W. Tocque (Toronto: The Hunter, Rose Company, Ltd., 1895)

1896 Consolidated Statutes of Nfld = The Consolidated Statutes of Newfoundland, Second Series, 1892 (St John's: J.W. Withers, Printer, 1896)

1896 LOW = A. P. Low, 1861—1942, Report on Explorations in the Labrador Peninsula (Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, 1896)

[1896] SWANSBOROUGH = W. Swansborough, Newfoundland Months (St John's: G.S. Milligan, Jr., [1896])

1897 HARVEY = Rev. M. Harvey, Newfoundland in 1897 (London: S. Low, Marston & Company, Limited, 1897)

1897 WILLSON = Beckles Willson, 1869—1942, The Tenth Island: Being Some Account of Newfoundland (London: Grant Richards, 1897)

1898 PROWSE = D.W. Prowse, The Justices' Manual, 2nd ed (St John's, 1898)

1899 [ENGLISH] = Maria [Anastasia M. English, 1864—1959], Only a Fisherman's Daughter ([St

John's:] Manning & Rabbitts, Printers, 1899)

1900 British America = T.B. Browning, 'Newfoundland,' 218—81 in British America (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1900)

1900 DEVINE & O'MARA = [M.A.] Devine, 1859—1915, & [M.J.] O'Mara, Notable Events in the History of Newfoundland (St John's: Devine & O'Mara, 1900)

1900 HARRISSE = Henry Harrisse, 1829—1910, Découverte et évolution cartographique de Terre Neuve et des pays circonvoisins (Paris: H. Welter, 1900)

1900 HARVEY = Rev. M. Harvey, Newfoundland in 1900 (New York: The South Publishing Co., 1900)

[1900 OLIVER & BURKE] = [George T. Oliver & John Burke, eds], The People's Songster ([St John's:] Oliver and Burke, [1900])

1900 PROWSE = D. W. Prowse, Justices' Manual, Appendix (St John's, 1900)

1901 WILLSON = Beckles Willson, The Truth About Newfoundland: The Tenth Island, 2nd ed (London: Grant Richards, 1901)

1902 DELABARRE = E.B. Delabarre, Report of the Brown-Harvard Expedition to Nachvak, Labrador, 1900 (Providence, R.I.: Preston & Rounds, 1902) = Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, vol. 3, no. 4

1902 [MURPHY] = [James Murphy, 1868—1931] Songs and Ballads of Newfoundland, Ancient and Modern (St John's: [James Murphy], 1902)

1903 DES VOEUX = G. William Des Voeux, 1834—1909, My Colonial Service, 2 vols. (London: J. Murray, 1903)

1903 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, 1871—1916, The Way of the Sea (New York: McClure, Phillips, & Co., 1903)

1903 HOWLEY = The Rt. Rev. M.F. Howley, Poems and Other Verses (New York: J. Fischer & Bros., 1903)

1904 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, Doctor Luke of The Labrador (New York: Revell, 1904)

1904 MURPHY = James Murphy, Songs of our Land (St John's: James Murphy, 1904)

1905 CHAFE = Levi G. Chafe, Report of the Newfoundland Seal Fishery from 1863 to 1905 (St John's: Evening Telegram Job-Print, 1905)

1905 DAVEY = J.W. Davey, The Fall of Torngak, or The Moravian Mission on the Coast of Labrador (London: S.W. Partridge, 1905)

1905 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, Dr Grenfell's Parish: The Deep Sea Fishermen (New York: F.H. Revell, 1905)

1905 GRENFELL = Wilfred T. Grenfell, The Harvest of the Sea: A Tale of Both Sides of the Atlantic (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company,1905)

1905 MURPHY = James Murphy. Murphy's Sealers' Song Book (St John's: James Murphy, 1905)

1905 PROWSE = D.W. Prowse (ed), The Newfoundland Guide Book (London: Bradbury, Agnew, 1905)

1905 WALLACE = Dillon Wallace, 1863—1939, The Lure of the Labrador Wild; The Story of the Exploring Expedition conducted by Leonidas Hubbard, Jr. (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1905)

1906 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, The Adventures of Billy Topsail (New York: Revell, 1906)

[1906] GRENFELL = Wilfred T. Grenfell, Off the Rocks: Stories of the Deep-Sea Fisherfolk of Labrador (London: Marshall Brothers [1906])

1906 LUMSDEN = James Lumsden, 1854—1915, The Skipper Parson; On the Bays and Barrens of Newfoundland (Toronto: W. Briggs, 1906)

1906 MURPHY = James Murphy, compiler, The Musty Past (St John's: Barnes' Print, 1906)

1907 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, The Cruise of the Shining Light (Toronto: H. Frowde, 1907)

1907 MILLAIS = J.G. Millais, 1865—1931, Newfoundland and Its Untrodden Ways (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1907)

1907 Nfld & Lab Pilot = Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1907)

1907 TOWNSEND & ALLEN = Charles W. Townsend, M.D., and Glover M. Allen, Birds of Labrador (Boston: Printed for the Society [of Natural History], 1907) = Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 33, no. 7, 277-428

1907 WALLACE1 = Dillon Wallace, The Long Labrador Trail (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907)

1907 WALLACE2 = Dillon Wallace, Ungava Bob: A Winter's Tale (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1907)

1908 DURGIN = George Francis Durgin, Letters from Labrador (Concord, N.H.: Rumford Printing Co., 1908)

1908 HUBBARD = Mrs Leonidas Hubbard [Mina Ellis], A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador (Toronto: William Briggs, 1908)

1908 TOWNSEND = Charles Wendell Townsend, M.D., b 1859, Along the Labrador Coast (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1908)

1909 BERNIER = J.E. Bernier, 1852—1934, Report on the Dominion Government Expedition to Arctic Islands and the Hudson Strait 1906—1907 (Ottawa: Printed by C. H. Parmelee, 1909)

1909 BROWNE = Rev. P.W. Browne, 1864—1937, Where the Fishers Go: The Story of Labrador (New York: Cochrane Publishing Company, 1909)

1909 GRENFELL1 = Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Adrift on an Ice-pan (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909)

1909 GRENFELL2 = W.T. Grenfell and others, Labrador, the Country and the People (New York: Macmillan, 1909)

1909 ROBINSON = Edward Colpitts Robinson, In an Unknown Land: A Journey through the Wastes of Labrador in Search of Gold (London: Elliot Stock, 1909)

1909 SELOUS = F.C. Selous, 1851—1917, Recent Hunting Trips in British North America (London: Witherby & Co., 1909)

1910 GOSLING = W.G. Gosling, 1863—1930, Labrador: Its Discovery, Exploration, and Development (London: A. Rivers, 1910)

1910 GRENFELL = Wilfred T. Grenfell, Down to the Sea; Yarns from the Labrador (New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1910)

1910 PRICHARD = H. Hesketh Prichard, 1876—1922, Hunting Camps in Wood and Wilderness (London: William Heinemann, 1910)

1910 TOWNSEND = Charles Wendell Townsend, M.D., A Labrador Spring (Boston: Dana Estes & Company, 1910)

1911-1941 FPU (Twillingate) Minutes = Manuscript Minute Book of the Twillingate Council of the Fishermen's Protective Union, 1911-1941, Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Memorial University Library

1911 GOSLING = William Gilbert Gosling, The Life of Sir Humphrey Gilbert (London: Constable & Co., 1911)

[1911] GRENFELL = Wilfred T. Grenfell, Down North on the Labrador (London: James Nisbet & Co., [1911])

1911 HUTCHINSON = Horace G. Hutchinson, 1859-1932, A Saga of the Sunbeam (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1911)

1911 MCGRATH = P.T. McGrath, 1868—1928, Newfoundland in 1911 (London: Whitehead, Morris & Co., Ltd., 1911)

1911 PRICHARD = H. Hesketh Prichard, Through Trackless Labrador (London: William Heinemann, 1911)

1911 PROWSE = D.W. Prowse (ed), The Newfoundland Guide Book, 2nd ed (London: Whitehead, Morris & Co., Ltd., 1911)

1911 ROGERS = J. D. Rogers, 1857—1914, A Historical Geography of the British Colonies: Newfoundland (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1911)

1912 CABOT = William B. Cabot, 1858—1949, In Northern Labrador (Boston: Richard G. Badger, The Gorham Press, 1912)

1912 DUGMORE = A. Radclyffe Dugmore, 1870—1955, Wild Life and the Camera (London: William Heinemann, 1912)

1912 DUNCAN = Norman Duncan, The Best of a Bad Job: A Hearty Tale of the Sea (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1912)

1912 [ENGLISH] = Maria [Anastasia English], The Queen of Fairy Dell, and Other Tales ([St John's:] Printed at the Evening Herald, 1912)

1912 HUTTON = S.K. Hutton, b 1877, Among the Eskimos of Labrador (London: Seeley, Service & Co. Limited, 1912)

[1912] LENCH = Charles Lench, 1860-1931, The History of the Rise and Progress of Methodism on the Western Bay Circuit ([St John's:] Barnes & Co., Printers, [1912])

1912 ROGERS = Sir John Rogers, b 1859, Sport in Vancouver and Newfoundland (London: Chapman and Hall, 1912)

1913 DUGMORE = A. Radclyffe Dugmore, The Romance of the Newfoundland Caribou (London: W. Heinemann, 1913)

1913 HOWLEY = James P. Howley, Nature Studies: with Observations on the Natural History of Newfoundland ([St John's:] 1913)

1913 THOMAS = William S. Thomas, b 1858, Trails and Tramps in Alaska and Newfoundland (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1913)

1914 WALLACE = Dillon Wallace, The Gaunt Gray Wolf (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1914)

1915 Decisions of the Supreme Court = Decisions of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland, ed Brian Dunfield (St John's: J. W. Withers, 1915)

[1915-1925] 1972 GORDON = Rev. Henry Gordon, The Labrador Parson: Journal, 1915-1925, ed F. Burnham Gill (St John's: Provincial Archives, 1972). Also cited in an edition listed at 1918 below.

1915 HOWLEY = James P. Howley, The Beothucks or Red Indians; The Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1915)

1915 SOUTHCOTT = M. Southcott, Some Newfoundland Wild Flowers (St John's: Robinson and Company, 1915)

1915 WOOD = Ruth Kedzie Wood, The Tourist's Maritime Provinces (New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1915)

1916 GRENFELL = Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Tales of the Labrador (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1916)

1916 HAWKES = E.W. Hawkes, b 1883, The Labrador Eskimo, No. 14 Anthropological Series. Memoir 19, Geological Survey, Canada Department of Mines (Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1916)

1916 LENCH = Rev. C. Lench, An Account of the Rise and Progress of Methodism on the Grand Bank and Fortune circuits from 1816 to 1916 (St John's: Barnes & Co., 1916)

1916 MURPHY = [James Murphy], Murphy's Old Sealing Days ([St John's:] James Murphy, 1916)

1916 YOUNG = Arminius Young, A Methodist Missionary in Labrador (Toronto: Messrs. S. and A. Young, 1916)

[1918—19] GORDON = Rev. Henry Gordon, A Winter in Labrador, 1918—1919 (n.p. [1991])

1918 KEITH (ed) = Speeches and Documents on Colonial Policy 1763—1917, ed Arthur Berriedale Keith, 2 vols. (London: Oxford University Press, 1918)

1918 TOWNSEND = Charles Wendell Townsend, M.D., In Audubon's Labrador (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918)

1919 GRENFELL1 = Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Labrador Days: Tales of the Sea Toilers (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1919)

1919 GRENFELL2 = Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, A Labrador Doctor: The Autobiography of Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919)

[1919] KINSELLA = P.J. Kinsella, Some Superstitions and Traditions of Newfoundland [St John's, 1919]

1919 LENCH = Charles Lench, The Story of Methodism in Bonavista, and of the Settlements visited by the Early Preachers, 2nd ed (St John's: Robinson & Company, 1919)

1920 CABOT = William B. Cabot, Labrador (London: Heath Cranton, [1920])

1920 GRENFELL & SPALDING = Anne Grenfell, b 1885, and Katie Spalding, Le Petit Nord or Annals of a Labrador Harbour (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920)

1920 WALDO = Fullerton L. Waldo, b 1877, With Grenfell on the Labrador (New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1920)

[1921] CRAMM = Richard Cramm, 1889—1958, The First Five Hundred (Albany, N.Y.: C.F. Williams & Son, Inc., [1921])

1923 [CHAFE] = [Levi G. Chafe], Chafe's Sealing Book, ed H.M. Mosdell, 3rd ed (St John's: Trade Printers and Publishers, 1923)

1923 GRENFELL = Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, Northern Neighbors: Stories of the Labrador People (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1923)

1923 MOSDELL = H.M. Mosdell, 1883—1944, When Was That? A Chronological Dictionary of Important Events in Newfoundland (St John's: Trade Printers and Publishers, Limited, 1923)

1923 PRATT' = E.J. Pratt, 1882—1964, Newfoundland Verse (Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1923)

1924 ENGLAND = George Allan England, 1877—1936, Vikings of the Ice (Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1924)

1925 CONDON = Michael E. Condon, The Fisheries and Resources of Newfoundland ([St John's], 1925)

1925 Dial Notes = G.A. England, 'Newfoundland Dialect Items,' Dialect Notes, v (1925), 322-46

1925 MUNN = W.A. Munn, 1864—1939, The Cod Liver Oil Industry in Newfoundland (St John's: W.A. Munn, Manufacturers and Exporters, [1925])

1925 MURPHY = James Murphy, England's Oldest Possession: The Colony of Newfoundland (St John's: James Murphy, 1925)

1926 HARVEY = Rev. Moses Harvey, How the Fish came to Hant's Harbor Sixty Years Ago (St John's: Robinson & Company, Limited, 1926)

1927 BURKE = John Burke [broadside] "Stoppage of Water"

1927 RULE = Rev. U.Z. Rule, Reminiscences of My Life (St John's: Dicks & Co., Ltd., 1927)

1928 BRUTON (ed) = Narrative of a Journey Across the Island of Newfoundland in 1822 by W. E. Cormack, ed F. A. Bruton (London: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1928). See also [1822] CORMACK

1928 BURKE = John Burke [broadside] "Don't You Remember the Dump, Maggie"

1928 [BURKE] = John Burke, Burke's Popular Songs ([St John's: John Burke], 1928)

1928 PALMER = C. H. Palmer, The Salmon Rivers of Newfoundland (Boston: Farrington Printing Co., 1928)

[1929] BOWEN = Frank C. Bowen, b 1894, Sea Slang (London: Sampson Low, Marston, [1929])

1929 BURKE = John Burke (ed), Popular Songs ([St John's:] Long Brothers, 1929)

[1929] [1949] ENGLISH = L.E.F. English, 1887—1971, Newfoundland Past and Present (Toronto: T. Nelson [?1949])

[1929] MCCAWLEY = Stuart McCawley, Cape Breton Come-A11-Ye; A Book of Songs and Rhymes of Cape Breton and Newfoundland, 2nd ed (Glace Bay, N S [1929])

1929 MILLER = Florence Miller, b 1889, In Caribou Land (Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1929)

1930 BARNES = Captain William Morris Barnes, b 1850, When Ships Were Ships and Not Tin Pots (New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1930)

1930 COAKER = W.F. Coaker, 1871—1938, The History of the Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland (St John's: Advocate Publishing Co., 1930)

1930 DUGMORE = A. Radclyffe Dugmore, In the Heart of the Northern Forests (London: Chatto and Windus, 1930)

1930 RANDELL = Captain Jack Randell, b 1879, I'm Alone (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1930)

1931 BYRNES = John Maclay Byrnes, The Paths to Yesterday (Boston: Meador Publishing Company, 1931)

1931 SMALLWOOD = J.R. Smallwood, b 1900, The New Newfoundland (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1931)

1932 BARBOUR = Job Barbour, b 1898, Forty-Eight Days Adrift (London: R. Clay & Sons,1932)

1932 KEITH (ed) = Speeches and Documents on the British Dominions 1918—1931, ed Arthur Berriedale Keith (London: Oxford University Press, 1932)

1932 POLUNIN = Nicholas Polunin, The Isle of Auks (London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1932)

1933 GREENE = William Howe Greene, b 1865, The Wooden Walls Among the Ice Floes: Telling the Romance of the Newfoundland Seal Fishery (London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Limited, 1933)

1933 GREENLEAF (ed) = Elisabeth Bristol Greenleaf, and Grace Yarrow Mansfield, Ballads and Sea Songs of Newfoundland (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1933)

1933 GRENFELL = Wilfred Grenfell, Forty Years for Labrador (London: Hodder and Stoughton Company, 1933)

1933 MERRICK = Elliott Merrick, b 1905, True North (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933)

1933 Nfld Royal Commission Report = [Lord Amulree], Newfoundland Royal Commission 1933 Report (London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1933)

1934 BARTLETT = Captain 'Bob' Bartlett, 1875—1946, Sails Over Ice (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934)

[1934] KARPELES = Maud Karpeles (ed), 1885—1976, Folk Songs from Newfoundland ([London:] Oxford University Press [1934])

1934 LOUNSBURY = Ralph Greenlee Lounsbury, b 1896, The British Fishery at Newfoundland: 1634-1763 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1934)

1935 KEAN = [Captain Abram Kean, 1855—1945], Old and Young Ahead: A Millionaire in Seals Being the Life History of Captain Abram Kean, 0. B. E. (London: Heath Cranton Limited, 1935)

1936 DEVINE = P.K. Devine, 1859—1950, Ye Olde St John's 1750—1936 (St John's: The Newfoundland Directories, 1936)

1936 DULEY = Margaret Duley, 1894—1968, The Eyes of the Gull (London: Barker, 1936)

1936 SMITH = Nicholas Smith, b 1866, Fifty-two Years at the Labrador Fishery (London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1936)

1937—1975 Bk of Nfld = The Book of Newfoundland, ed J.R. Smallwood, vols. i, ii (St John's: Newfoundland Book Publishers, Ltd., 1937); iii, iv (St John's: Newfoundland Book Publishers (1967) Ltd., 1967); v, vi (St John's: Newfoundland Book Publishers (1967) Ltd., 1975)

1937 DEVINE = P.K. Devine, Devine's Folk Lore of Newfoundland in Old Words, Phrases and Expressions, Their Origin and Meaning (St John's: Robinson & Co., Ltd., 1937)

1937 JUNEK = Oscar Waldemar Junek, Isolated Communities: A Study of a Labrador Fishing Village (New York: American Book Company, 1937)

1937 LUBBOCK = Basil Lubbock, 1876—1944, The Arctic Whalers (Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, Ltd., 1937)

1937 Seafisheries of Nfld = [Hon. Mr Justice Kent et al], Report of the Commission of Enquiry Investigating the Seafisheries of Newfoundland and Labrador Other than the Sealfishery 1937 (St John's: Dicks & Co., Ltd., 1937)

[1938] AYRE = Agnes Marion Ayre, 1890—1940, Newfoundland Names [St John's, 1938]

1938 BRYAN = A.M. Bryan, 1893—1967, St George's Coalfield (St John's: Robinson & Co., Ltd., 1938)

1938 ENGLISH = Statia [Anastasia] M. English, When the Dumb Speak ([St John's], 1938)

1938 [MACDERMOTT] = [Hugh MacDermott), MacDermott of Fortune Bay, Told by Himself (London: Hodder and Stoughton, Limited, 1938)

[1939] DULEY = Margaret Duley, Cold Pastoral (London: Hutchinson & Company, [1939])

1939 EWBANK = R.B. Ewbank, 1883—1967, Public Affairs in Newfoundland (Cardiff: William Lewis, 1939)

1939 LODGE = T. Lodge, 1882—1958, Dictatorship in Newfoundland (London: Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1939)

1940 INNIS = 1954 INNIS

1940 SCAMMELL = A.R. Scammell, b 1913, Songs of a Newfoundlander (St Jerome: J.H.A. Labelle, 1940)

1941 DULEY = Margaret Duley, Highway to Valour (Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1941)

1941 MCLINTOCK = A.H. McLintock, The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Newfoundland (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1941)

1941 SMALLWOOD = J.R. Smallwood (ed), Hand Book, Gazetteer and Almanac (St John's: Long Bros., [1941])

1941 WITHINGTON = Alfreda Withington, b 1860, Mine Eyes Have Seen: A Woman Doctor's Saga (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1941)

1942 ELTON = Charles Elton, b 1900, Voles, Mice and Lemmings (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1942)

1942 Grand Bank U C School = Grand Bank [Nfld] U. C. School Year-book (1942)

1942 Little Bay Islands = Past, Present, and Future. An Historical Review ([Little Bay Islands], 1942)

[c1944] JONES = John Jones, 1904—1964, "Darn the Man that I Can Get" [undated broadside, c1944]

1944 [LAWTON & DEVINE] = [J.T. Lawton and P.K. Devine], Old King's Cove [St John's, 1944]

[c1945] TOBIN = Bertille Tobin, 1891?—1966, Autumn in King's Cove [St John's, c1945]

1946 BIRD = Will R. Bird, b 1891, Sunrise for Peter and Other Stories (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1946)

1946 MACKAY (ed) = R.A. MacKay (ed), Newfoundland: Economic, Diplomatic, and Strategic Studies (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1946)

1946 MUNN = W.A. Munn, Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland, Markland and Vineland, 6th ed (St John's: The Evening Telegram Ltd., 1946)

1946 PRATT = E.J. Pratt, Collected Poems (Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1946)

1947 TANNER = V. Tanner, 1881—1966, Outlines of the Geography, Life & Customs of Newfoundland- Labrador, 2 vols. (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1947)

1948 BROSNAN = Very Rev. Michael Brosnan, 1894—1943, Pioneer History of St George's Diocese Newfoundland (Toronto: Mission Press, 1948)

1949 DULEY = Margaret Duley, The Caribou Hut: The Story of a Newfoundland Hostel (Toronto: Ryerson, 1949)

1949 FITZGERALD = Rev. Dr L.G. Fitzgerald, b 1898, Lone Eagles of God: A Collection of Ballads (New York: Exposition Press, 1949)

1950 HERBERT = A.P. Herbert, b 1890, Independent Member (London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1950)

1950 Nfld: An Introduction = Newfoundland: An Introduction to Canada's New Province (Ottawa: Department of External Affairs, 1950)

1950 PARKER = John Parker, b 1906, Newfoundland: 10th Province of Canada (London: Lincolns-Prager (Publishers), Ltd., 1950)

1951 DELDERFIELD = Eric R. Delderfield, Torbay Story (Exmouth: Raleigh Press, 1951)

1951—1957 Nfld & Lab Pilot = Newfoundland and Labrador Pilot, 8th ed, 2 vols. (London: Hydrographic Department, Admiralty, 1951, 1953). Supplement No. 3 (1956); Supplement No. 2 (1957)

1951 PETERS & BURLEIGH = Harold S. Peters and Thomas D. Burleigh, The Birds of Newfoundland (St John's: Department of Natural Resources, 1951)

1951 VILLIERS = Alan Villiers, The Quest of the Schooner Argus: A Voyage to the Banks and Greenland (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1951)

1952 BANFILL = B.J. Banfill, b 1904, Labrador Nurse (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1952)

1952 SMITH = J. Harry Smith, Newfoundland Holiday (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1952)

1952 STANSFORD = Joshua Stansford, 1892—1961, Fifty Years of My Life (Ilfracombe: A.H. Stockwell, [1952])

1953 JOB = Robert John Job, b 1873, John Job's Family (St John's: Printed by the Telegram Printing Co., 1953)

1953 Nfld Fish Develop Report = [Sir Albert Walsh et al], Newfoundland Fisheries Development Committee Report (St John's: Guardian Limited, 1953)

1954 DISHER = T.F. Rhodes Disher, Sixty Odd Years (London: Clerke & Cockeran, 1954)

1954 INNIS = Harold A. Innis, 1894—1952, The Cod Fisheries: The History of an International Economy, 2nd ed (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1954)

[1954] 1972 RUSSELL = Ted Russell, 1904—1977, The Holdin' Ground (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972)

1955 DOYLE = Gerald S. Doyle, Old-time Songs of Newfoundland, 3d ed (St. John's: Gerald S. Doyle, 1955)

1955 ENGLISH = L.E.F. English, Historic Newfoundland (St John's: Newfoundland Tourist Development Division, 1955)

[1955] Handbook = Handbook on Unemployment Insurance (Ottawa: [1955])

1955 Nfld Fisheries Board = Newfoundland Fisheries Board, General Circular No. 23 (St John's [stencilled document], August 1955)

1956 CUTTING = Charles L. Cutting, Fish Saving; a History of Fish Processing from Ancient to Modern Times (New York: Philosophical Library, 1956)

1956 FAY = C.R. Fay, b 1884, Life and Labour in Newfoundland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1956)

1956 ROULEAU = Ernest Rouleau, Studies on the Vascular Flora of the Province of Newfoundland (Canada) (Montréal: Institut Botanique de l'Université de Montréal, 1956)

1956 STETSON = Joe Stetson, (ed), This is The Newfoundland: Official Breed Book of The Newfoundland Club of America (Orange, Conn.: Practical Science Pub. Co., 1956)

1956 STORY = G.M. Story, b 1927, A Newfoundland Dialect Dictionary: A Survey of the Problems [pamphlet] (St John's: [Memorial University], 1956)

1957—58 Gov Arts & Letters Competition Winning Entries in the 1957—1958 Competition Sponsored by the Newfoundland Government for the Encouragement of Arts and Letters [St John's, 1958]

1957 GUY Journal See [1612] GUY

1957 South Coast Commission = [John T. Cheeseman et al], Report of the South Coast Commission (St John's: Province of Newfoundland, 1957)

1958 Canadian Coins = Guide Book of Canadian Coins, Currency & Tokens (Winnipeg: Canadian Numismatic Publishing Institute, 1958)

1958 HAKLUYT = Richard Hakluyt, Voyages & Documents, ed Janet Hampden (London: Oxford University Press, 1958). See also 1600 HAKLUYT

1958 HARRINGTON = Michael Francis Harrington, b 1916, Sea Stories from Newfoundland (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1958)

1958 MOWAT = Farley Mowat, b 1921, The Grey Seas Under (Boston: Little, Brown, 1958)

1958 Nfld Dishes = A Treasury of Newfoundland Dishes ([St John's:] Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., 1958)

1959 MCATEE = W.L. McAtee, Folk Names of Canadian Birds, 2nd ed (Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. 149, 1959)

1959 PERLIN = A.B. Perlin (ed), 1901—1978, The Story of Newfoundland [St John's, 1959]

1959 SAMSON = Solomon Samson, 1885—1957, A Glimpse of Newfoundland (as it was and as it is) in Poetry and Picture, ed Dr Robert Saunders (Poole: J. Looker Ltd., 1959)

[1960 BURKE] (ed White) = John Burke, Burke's Ballads, compiled by John White [St John's, 1960]. Augmented edition in Songs of John Burke, Collected by John White, ed William J. Kirwin (St John's: Cuff Publications, 1982)

1960 FUDGE = Capt. J.M. Fudge, b 1878, His Life Story as a Fisherman and Businessman (Moncton, N.B.: Atlas Press Limited, 1960)

1960 TUCK = Leslie M. Tuck, 1911—1979, The Murres: their distribution, populations and biology: a study of the genus Uria (Ottawa: Canadian Wildlife Service, 1960)

1961 FAY = C. R. Fay, Channel Islands and Newfoundland (Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons, 1961)

1961 HOFFMAN = Bernard G. Hoffman, Cabot to Cartier: Sources for a Historical Ethnography of Northeastern North America 1497-1550 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961)

1961 THOMPSON = Frederic F. Thompson, The French Shore Problem in Newfoundland: An Imperial Study (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961)

1962 KEIR = David Keir, The Bowring Story (London: The Bodley Head, 1962)

1962 Nfld Fisheries Conf = Newfoundland Fisheries Conference (St John's, Sept. 24—27, 1962). Transcribed from tape recordings

1962 SPARKES = R.F. Sparkes, b 1906, The Newfoundland Savings Bank June 12, 1834—March 31, 1962 [St John's, 1962]

1963 DIACK = Lesley Diack, 1901—1971, Labrador Nurse (London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1963)

1963 GARLAND = Joseph E. Garland, 1859—1932, Lone Voyager (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1963)

1963 HEAD = C. Grant Head, Community Geographical Surveys (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1963)

1963 MANSFIELD = A.W. Mansfield, Seals of Arctic and Eastern Canada (Ottawa: Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1963)

1963 MERCER = Eugene Mercer and Raymond McGrath, A Study of a High Ptarmigan Population on Brunette Island Newfoundland in 1962 (St John's: Department of Mines, etc., 1963)

1963 PARSONS = R.A. Parsons, 1893—1981, Sea Room (St John's: The Newfoundland Arts Centre, 1963)

1963 TEMPLEMAN & FLEMING = Wilfred Templeman, b 1908, and A.M. Fleming, Longlining experiments for cod off the east coast of Newfoundland and southern Labrador, 1950—1955 (Ottawa: Bulletin No. 141, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1963)

1963 WILLIAMS = Alan Williams, Land Use Surveys, Part One, North East Coast (St John's: Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1963)

1964 BLONDAHL (ed) = Omar Blondahl (ed), Newfoundlanders, Sing! (St John's: E.J. Bonnell, 1964)1964 [JACKSON] = [Bernard S. Jackson], Look for these 36 common Birds in Provincial Parks (St John's: Newfoundland Provincial Parks Service [1964])

1964 NICHOLSON = G.W.L. Nicholson, b 1902, The Fighting Newfoundlander: A History of The Royal Newfoundland Regiment (St John's: The Government of Newfoundland, 1964)

1964 ROWE = Frederick W. Rowe, b 1912, The Development of Education in Newfoundland (Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1964)

1964 SCOTT & CROSSMAN = W. B. Scott and E.J. Crossman, Fishes Occurring in the Fresh Waters of Insular Newfoundland (Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1964)

1965 HENDERSON = Dorothy Henderson, b 1900, The Heart of Newfoundland (Montreal: Harvest House, 1965)

1965 LEACH (ed) = MacEdward Leach (ed),1896—1967, Folk Ballads and Songs of the Lower Labrador Coast (Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, 1965)

1965 MOWAT = Farley Mowat, Westviking: The Norse in Greenland and North America (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1965)

1965 PARSONS = R.A. Parsons, The Rote (Don Mills, Ont.: The Ontario Publishing Company Limited, 1965)

1965 PEACOCK (ed) Kenneth Peacock (ed), b 1922, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports, 3 vols. (Ottawa: The National Museum of Canada, 1965)

1965 PETERS = Robert D. Peters, 'The Social and Economic Effects of the Transition from a System of Woods Camps to a System of Commuting in the Newfoundland Pulpwood Industry' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1965). Gloss = the glossary of woods terms, pp. 201-7.

1965 RUSSELL = Franklin Russell, b 1922, The Secret Islands (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1965)

1965 SKELTON = R.A. Skelton, James Cook, Surveyor of Newfoundland (San Francisco: D. Magee, 1965)

1965 SUMMERS = William F., and Mary E. Summers, Geography of Newfoundland (Vancouver: Copp Clark Publishing Co., 1965)

1966 BEN-DOR = Shmuel Ben-dor, Makkovik: Eskimos and Settlers in a Labrador Community: A Contrastive Study in Adaptation (St. John's: Memorial University ISER, 1966)

1966 FARIS = James C. Faris, Cat Harbour: A Newfoundland Fishing Settlement (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1966)

1966 HORWOOD = Harold Horwood, b 1923, Tomorrow Will Be Sunday (New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1966)

1966 PADDOCK = Harold J. Paddock. 'A Dialect Survey of Carbonear' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1966). Revised form in Publication of the American Dialect Society No. 68 (1981)

1966 PHILBROOK = Tom Philbrook, b 1934, Fisherman, Logger, Merchant, Miner: Social Change and Industrialism in Three Newfoundland Communities (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1966)

1966 PITT = David G. Pitt, b 1921, Windows of Agates: A Short History of the Founding and Early Years of Gower Street Methodist (now United) Church in St John's, Newfoundland (St John's: Gower Street United Church, 1966)

1966 SCAMMELL = A.R. Scammell, My Newfoundland: Stories, Poems, Songs (Montreal: Harvest House, 1966)

1966 SZWED = John Francis Szwed, b 1936, Private Cultures and Public Imagery (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1966)

1967 BEARNS = E. R. Bearns (ed), Native Tree of Newfoundland-Labrador (St John's: Department of Mines, Agriculture & Resources, 1967)

1967 FIRESTONE = Melvin M. Firestone, Brothers and Rivals: Patrilocality in Savage Cove (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1967)

1967 HORWOOD = Harold Horwood, The Foxes of Beachy Cove (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1967)

1967 Nfld Education & Youth = [Philip J. Warren et al], Report of the Royal Commission on Education and Youth, vol. i (St. John's: Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1967)

1967 READER = H.J. Reader, Newfoundland Wit, Humor and Folklore [Corner Brook: Printed for the Author by the Western Star, 1967]

1968 Avalon Penin of Nfld = E. R. Seary, G. M. Story, W.J. Kirwin, The Avalon Peninsula of Newfoundland: An Ethno-linguistic Study (Ottawa: Bulletin No. 219, National Museum of Canada,1968)

1968 DILLON = Virginia M. Dillon,'The Anglo-Irish Element in the Speech of the Southern Shore of Newfoundland' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1968)

1968 HARRIS = Leslie Harris, Newfoundland and Labrador: A Brief History (Don Mills, Ont.: Dent, 1968)

1968 IVERSON & MATTHEWS = Noel Iverson and D. Ralph Matthews, Communities in Decline (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1968)

1968 KEATING = Bern Keating, The Grand Banks (Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, 1968)

1968 MERCER = M.C. Mercer, 'Systematics and Biology of the Sepiolid Squids' (St John's: Memorial University M. Sc. Thesis, 1968)

1968 MESHER = Harvey Mesher, The Selected Poems of an Ex-Labrador Trapper (New York: Vantage Press, 1968)

1968 MOWAT & DE VISSER = Farley Mowat and John De Visser, This Rock Within the Sea: A Heritage Lost (Boston: Little, Brown, 1968)

1968 MURRAY (ed) = Jean M. Murray (ed), The Newfoundland Journal of Aaron Thomas Able Seaman in H. M.S. Boston (London: Longmans, 1968). See also [1794] THOMAS

1968 SCHULL = Joseph Schull, b 1910, The Jinker: a novel (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1968)

1969 CELL = Gillian T. Cell, English Enterprise in Newfoundland, 1577—1660 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969)

1969 Christmas Mumming in Nfld = Herbert Halpert and G.M. Story (eds), Christmas Mumming in Newfoundland: Essays in Anthropology, Folklore and History (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969)

1969 DE WITT = Robert L. De Witt, Public Policy and Community Protest: The Fogo Case (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1969)

1969 HORWOOD = Harold Horwood, Newfoundland (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1969)

1969 INGSTAD = Helge Ingstad, b 1899, Westward to Vinland: The Discovery of Pre-Columbian Norse House-sites in North America, tr. Erik J. Friis (New York: Macmillan, 1969)

1969 MENSINKAI = S.S. Mensinkai, Plant Location and Plant Size in the Fish Processing Industry of Newfoundland (Ottawa: Department of Fisheries and Forestry of Canada, 1969)

1969 MOWAT = Farley Mowat, The Boat Who Wouldn't Float (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1969)

1969 Nfld Essays = Newfoundland: Introductory Essays and Excursion Guides (St John's: Memorial University Department of Geography,1969)

1969 WADEL = Cato Wadel, Marginal Adaptations and Modernization in Newfoundland (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1969)

[c1970] Common Butterflies = Common Butterflies ([St John's:] Newfoundland Provincial Parks Service, [1970?])

1970 Gray's Botany = Gray's Manual of Botany, 8th ed, rewritten by Merritt Lyndon Fernald (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1950; corrected 1970)

1970 JANES = Percy Janes, b 1922, House of Hate (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970)

1970 PARSONS = John Parsons, b 1939, Labrador: Land of the North (New York: Vantage Press, 1970)

1970 Wooden Boats and Iron Men = Home of Wooden Boats and Iron Men: A Local History of Dunville, Argentia and Fox Harbour. Women's Institutes of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dunville Branch (n.p., 1970)

1971 BOWN = Addison Bown, b 1905, Newfoundland Journeys (New York: Carlton Press, 1971)

1971 CASEY = George J. Casey, 'Traditions and Neighbourhoods: The Folklife of a Newfoundland Fishing Outport' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1971)

1971 CHIARAMONTE = Louis J. Chiaramonte, Craftsman-Client Contracts: Interpersonal relations in a Newfoundland fishing community (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1971)

[1971] GLASSIE = Henry Glassie and others, Folksongs and Their Makers (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press, [1971])

1971 HORWOOD = Andrew Horwood, Newfoundland Ships and Men (St John's: The Marine Researchers, 1971)

1971 JUPP = Dorothy M. Jupp, A Journey of Wonder and Other Writings (New York: Vantage Press, 1971)

1971 LYSAGHT = A.M. Lysaght (ed) See [1766] BANKS

1971 MANNION = John J. Mannion, 'Irish Imprints on the Landscape of Eastern Canada in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Cultural Transfer and Adaptation' (Toronto: University of Toronto Ph.D. Thesis, 1971)

1971 NOEL = S.J.R. Noel, Politics in Newfoundland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971)

1971 NOSEWORTHY = Ronald G. Noseworthy, 'A Dialect Survey of Grand Bank, Newfoundland' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1971)

1971 SEARY = E. R. Seary, 1908—1984, Place Names of the A valon Peninsula of the Island of Newfoundland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971)

1972 BROWN = Cassie Brown, b 1919, Death on the Ice: The Great Newfoundland Sealing Disaster of 1914 (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1972)

1972 HENDERSON = E.P. Henderson, Surficial Geology of Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland (Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, 1972)

1972 HORWOOD = Harold Horwood, White Eskimo: A Novel of Labrador (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1972)

1972 JENSEN = Albert C. Jensen, The Cod (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1972)

1972 MOWAT = Farley Mowat, A Whale for the Killing (Boston: Little, Brown, 1972)

1972 MURRAY = Hilda Murray, b 1934, 'The Traditional Role of Women in a Newfoundland Fishing Community' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1972)

1972 NEMEC = Thomas F. Nemec, The Origins and Development of Local Organization in Newfoundland Outport Communities: A Comparative Analysis of St Shotts and Trepassey (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1972)

1972 Nfld Industrial Commission = Report of the Industrial Inquiry Commission (St John's, 1972)

1972 SANGER = Chesley W. Sanger, 'Technological and Spatial adaptation in the Newfoundland seal fishery during the nineteenth century' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1972)

1973 BARBOUR = Florence Grant Barbour, Memories of Life on the Labrador and in Newfoundland (New York: Carlton Press, 1973)

1973 COOK = Michael Cook, b 1933, Head, Guts and Sound Bone Dance (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1973)

1973 GOUDIE = Elizabeth Goudie, d 1982, Woman of Labrador, ed David Zimmerly (Toronto: Peter Martin Associates Ltd., 1973)

1973 HENRIKSEN = Georg Henriksen, Hunters in the Barrens: The Naskapi on the Edge of the White Man's World (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1973)

1973 HORWOOD = Andrew Horwood, Captain Harry Thomasen: Forty Years at Sea [Antrim: W. & G. Baird, 1973]

1973 JELKS = Edward B. Jelks, Archaeological Explorations at Signal Hill, Newfoundland, 1965—1966 (Ottawa: National Historic Sites Service, 1973)

1973 MOWAT = Farley Mowat and David Blackwood, Wake of the Great Sealers (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973)

1973 PINSENT = Gordon Pinsent, The Rowdyman (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, 1973)

1973 ROSE (ed) = Clyde Rose (ed), b 1937, Baffles of Wind and Tide (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1973)

1973 SMALLWOOD = [J. R. Smallwood], I Chose Canada: The Memoirs of the Hon. Joseph R. 'Joey' Smallwood (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1973)

1973 WADEL = Cato Wadel, Now, Whose Fault is That? The Struggle for Self-Esteem In the Face of Chronic Unemployment (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1973)

1973 WIDDOWSON = J.D.A. Widdowson,'Aspects of Traditional Verbal Control: Threats and Threatening Figures in Newfoundland Folklore' (St John's: Memorial University Ph.D. Thesis, 1973)

1974 BRIDLE (ed) = Paul Bridle (ed), Documents on Relations Between Canada and Newfoundland, vol. i, 1935—1949 (Ottawa: Information Canada, 1974)

1974 CAHILL = Tom Cahill, b 1929, As Loved Our Fathers (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1974)

1974 Federal Licensing Policy = David Alexander, G.M. Story et al, Report of the Committee on Federal Licensing Policy and its Implications for the Newfoundland Fisheries ([St John's: Memorial University ISER], 1974)

1974 GREEN = H. Gordon Green, Don't Have Your Baby in the Dory: A Biography of Myra Bennett (Montreal: Harvest House, 1974)

1974 MANNION = John J. Mannion, Irish Settlements in Eastern Canada: A Study of Cultural Transfer and Adaptation (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974)

1974 MARIN = Clive Marin, Fogo Island (Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, 1974)

1974 NEARY & O'FLAHERTY (eds) = Peter Neary and Patrick O'Flaherty (eds), By Great Waters: A Newfoundland and Labrador Anthology (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974)

1974 NORTHCOTT = Tom H. Northcott, The Land Mammals of Insular Newfoundland ([St John's:] Department of Tourism, 1974)

1974 PINSENT = Gordon Pinsent, John & The Missus: a novel (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, 1974)

1974 PITTMAN = Al Pittman, b 1940, A Rope Against the Sun: A Play for Voices (St John's: Breakwater Books Ltd., 1974)

1974 Sailing Directions: Labrador and Hudson Bay (Ottawa: Department of the Environment, 1974)

1974 SCOTT & BRASSARD = Peter J. Scott and Guy R. Brassard, Preliminary List of the Vascular Plants of Oxen Pond Botanic Park (St John's: Memorial University, 1974)

1974 SQUIRE = Harold Squire, A Newfoundland Outport in the Making: The Early History of Eastport (n.p., 1974)

1974 VIVIEN = John Vivien, Project Homebrew: Report C (St John's: [stencilled] 1974)

[1975] ANDREWS = C.W. Andrews, 1916—1978, The Origin, Growth and Decline of the Newfoundland Sealfishery [brochure] [Harbour Grace, 1975]

1975 BUTLER = Victor Butler, 1896—1981, The Little Nord Easter: Reminiscences of a Placentia Bayman, ed W. Wareham (St John's: Memorial University, 1975)

1975 COOK = Michael Cook, Jacob's Wake (Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1975)

[1975] Fisherman's Handbook = Fisherman's Handbook (St John's: Newfoundland Department of Fisheries, [1975])

1975 GUY = Ray Guy, You May Know Them as Sea Urchins, Ma'am, ed Eric Norman (Portugal Cove: Breakwater Books, 1975)

1975 HOLMES = Charlotte E. Holmes, Common Insects of Oxen Pond Botanic Park (St John's: Memorial University, 1975)

1975 LEYTON = Elliott Leyton, Dying Hard: The Ravages of Industrial Carnage (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1975)

1975 MILLS = David B. Mills, 'The Evolution of Folk House Forms in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1975)

1975 MOYLES (ed) = R.G. Moyles (ed), Complaints is Many and Various, but the Odd Divil Likes it (Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1975)

1975 O'NEILL = Paul O'Neill, b 1928, The Story of St John's, Newfoundland: vol. i The Oldest City (Erin, Ont.: Press Porcepic, 1975), vol. ii A Seaport Legacy (1976)

1975 POCIUS = Jerry Pocius, Textile Traditions of the Avalon Peninsula (St John's: Memorial University typescript for the National Museum of Man, 1975). See 1979 POCIUS

1975 RUSSELL = Ted Russell, The Chronicles of Uncle Mose, ed Elizabeth (Russell) Miller (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1975)

1975 SCOTT = Peter J. Scott, Edible Fruits and Herbs of Newfoundland (St John's: Memorial University Oxen Pond Botanic Park, 1975)

1975 WINTER = Keith Winter, b 1935, Shananditti: The Last of the Beothucks (Vancouver: J.J. Douglas Ltd., 1975)

1976 Avifaunal Survey = Robert D. Lamberton, An Avifaunal Survey of L'Anse-aux-Meadows National Historic Park (Parks Canada, Atlantic Region, 1976)

1976 BROWN = Cassie Brown, A Winter's Tale: The Wreck of the Florizel (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1976).

1976 CASHIN = Peter Cashin, 1890—1977, My Life and Times: 1890—1919, ed R.E. Buehler (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1976)

1976 GUY = Ray Guy, That Far Greater Bay, ed Eric Norman (Portugal Cove: Breakwater Books, 1976)1976 HEAD = C. Grant Head, Eighteenth Century Newfoundland: A Geographer's Perspective (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1976)

1976 HOLLETT = Robert Hollett, 'Allegro Speech' (St John's: Memorial University M. Phil. essay, 1976)

1976 HEAD = C. Grant Head, Eighteenth Century Newfoundland: A Geographer's Perspective (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1976)

1976 JACKSON = Bernard S. Jackson, Butterflies of Oxen Pond Botanic Park—their Conservation and Management (St John's: Memorial University, 1976)

1976 Labrador Inuit = Labrador Inuit: Uqausingit, ed Rose Jeddore (Nain: The Labrador Inuit Committee on Literacy, 1976)

1976 MATTHEWS = Ralph Matthews, b 1943, There's no Better Place Than Here: Social Change in Three Newfoundland Communities (Toronto: Peter Martin Associates Limited, 1976)

1976 MURPHY = Michael P. Murphy, b 1902, Pathways through Yesterday (St John's: Town Crier Publishing Company Limited, 1976)

1976 The Newfoundland Quarterly = The Newfoundland Quarterly: 75th Anniversary Special Edition, ed Harry A. Cuff, Cyril F. Poole (St John's: Creative Printers and Publishers, 1976)

1976 PINHORN = A.T. Pinhorn, Living Marine Resources of Newfoundland-Labrador: Status and Potential (Ottawa: Bulletin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 194, 1976)

1976 St John's Heritage Conservation Area Study ([St John's], 1976)

1976 SHEA = Hugh Shea, Shea's Newfoundland Seduced (New York: Vantage Press, 1976)

1976 TUCK = James A. Tuck, Newfoundland and Labrador Prehistory (Toronto: National Museum of Man, 1976)

1976 WINSOR = Naboth Winsor, By Their Works: A History of the Wesleyville Congregation 1874—1974 (St John's: Printed by Newfoundland Form & Letter Duplicating, 1976)

[1977] BURSEY = W.J. Bursey, 1893—1980, TheUndaunted Pioneer: An Autobiography [St John's, 1977]

1977 BUTLER = Victor Butler, Sposin' I Dies in D' Dory, ed Boyd L. Hiscock and Ivan F. Jesperson (St John's: Jesperson Printing Ltd., 1977)

1977 Inuit Land Use = Our Footprints are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador, ed Carol Brice-Bennett (Nain: Labrador Inuit Association, 1977)

1977 Lgs in Nfld = Languages in Newfoundland and Labrador, Preliminary Version, ed Harold J. Paddock (St John's: Memorial University, 1977)

1977 Peopling of Nfld = The Peopling of Newfoundland: Essays in Historical Geography, ed John J. Mannion (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1977)

1977 QUILLIAM = Tom Quilliam (ed), Look 'Ere Me Son! (Grand Falls: Helme, 1977)

1977 ROWE = Frederick W. Rowe, Extinction: The Beothuks of Newfoundland (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1977)

1977 RUSSELL = Ted Russell, Tales from Pigeon Inlet, ed Elizabeth (Russell) Miller (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1977)

1977 WHITELEY = Albert S. Whiteley, A Century on Bonne Espérance: The Saga of the Whiteley Family (Ottawa: Cheriton Graphics, 1977). One or two passages omitted from the printed book have been cited from a typescript of the Labrador diary of Capt. W.H. Whiteley, made available through the courtesy of Dr W.H. Whiteley.

1977 WIDDOWSON = J.D.A. Widdowson, If You Don't Be Good: Verbal Social Control in Newfoundland (St John's: Memorial University ISER, 1977) = revised version of 1973 WIDDOWSON

[c1977] WINSOR (ed) = Rev. Naboth Winsor (ed), Three Newfoundland Stories [n.p., stencilled book, c1977]

1978 Beothuk Vocabularies = John Hewson, Beothuk Vocabularies: A Comparative Study (St John's: Newfoundland Museum, 1978)

1978 Haulin' Rope & Gaff = Haulin' Rope & Gaff: Songs and Poetry in the History of the Newfoundland Seal Fishery, ed Shannon Ryan and Larry Small (St John's: Breakwater Books Limited, 1978)

1978 PASTORE = Ralph T. Pastore, Newfoundland Micmacs: A History of their Traditional Life ([St John's:] Newfoundland Historical Society, 1978)

1978 ROULEAU = Ernest Rouleau, List of the Vascular Plants of the Province of Newfoundland (Canada) [2nd ed], (St John's: Oxen Pond Botanic Park, 1979)

1978 WHALLEY = George Whalley, Birthright to the Sea: Some Poems of E.J. Pratt (St John's: Memorial University Pratt Lecture, 1978)

1979 COOPER = Georgiana Cooper, 1885—1980, The Deserted Island: Newfoundland Verse and Paintings, ed Harry A. Cuff and Everard H. King (St John's: H. A. Cuff, 1979)

1979 HORWOOD = Harold Horwood, Only the Gods Speak (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1979)

1979 MURRAY = Hilda Murray, More Than Fifty Percent: Woman's Life in a Newfoundland Outport, 1900—1950 (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1979) = revised version of 1972 MURRAY

1979 NEMEC = Thomas F. Nemec, 'St Shotts: The History, Ecology and Organization of an Anglo-Irish Newfoundland Outport and Its Cod Fishery' (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Ph.D. Thesis, 1979)

1979 O'FLAHERTY = Patrick O'Flaherty, The Rock Observed: Studies in the Literature of Newfoundland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979)

1979 POCIUS = Gerald L. Pocius, Textile Traditions of Eastern Newfoundland (Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1979) revised version of 1975 POCIUS

1979 POTTLE = Herbert L. Pottle, b 1907, Newfoundland: Dawn Without Light: Politics, Power & the People in the Smallwood Era (St John's: Breakwater Books, 1979)

1979 Salt Water, Fresh Water = Allan Anderson [ed], b 1915, Salt Water, Fresh Water (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1979)

1979 TIZZARD = Aubrey Malcolm Tizzard, b 1919, On Sloping Ground: Reminiscences of Outport Life in Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland, ed J.D.A. Widdowson (St John's, Memorial University, 1979)

1979 'Twas a way of life = 'Twas a way of life, ed Frances Ennis, Sheilagh McMurrich Koop, Susan Shiner, Carol Baxter Wherry ([St John's:] Jesperson Press, 1979)

1980 COX = Gordon S.A. Cox, Folk Music in a Newfoundland Outport (Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, 1980)

1980 TAYLOR = David Taylor, 'Boatbuilding in Winterton: The Design, Construction and Use of Inshore Fishing Boats in a Newfoundland Community' (St John's: Memorial University M.A. Thesis, 1980)

1981 GUY = Ray Guy, Beneficial Vapors, ed Eric Norman ([St John's:] Published by Jesperson Press [1981])

1981 HUSSEY = Greta Hussey, Our Life on Lear's Room, Labrador, ed Susan Shiner (St John's: Robinson-Blackmore, 1981)