Matching Articles"Stephenville Integrated High School Project" (Total 16)

  • About the origins of the town of Stephenville and it's surrounding area, once known as the Acadian Village.
  • About the Earnest Harmon Air Force base located in Stephenville.
  • The construction of the US Army Air Force Base was started in 1941 when the US came to Stephenville Newfoundland.
  • This article is about the buildings that were created during World War II because of the Stephenville air force base.
  • When the Air Force withdrew from Stephenville, the Atlantic Brewery was the first major industry to become established in the town.
  • In 1970, Atlantic Design Homes Ltd. reopened after closing down the previous year to reduce its inventory.
  • Vitims of the Stephenville Crash Hill Air Disaster: October 3, 1946
  • In 1946 a plane, after taking off at the Harmon Field Base, crashed into a fog-hidden Newfoundland mountainside and exploded into flames.
  • As a direct result of the Earnest Harmon Air Force Base, there are environmental concerns associated with Stephenville and surrounding areas.
  • The Harmon Corporation was opened after the Americans left the Harmon Airfield Base in Stephenville, Newfoundland, in 1966.
  • Stephenville hosts Harmon Field Day every two years. During this event aircraft from all over the world visit the town.
  • The importance of Harmon Field Day, along with the origins and activities of the event that took place in the town of Stephenville, Newfoundland.
  • In 1941, the United States obtained rights to construct an air base in the St. Georges Bay area of Newfoundland.
  • In 1973, the Labrador Liner Limited opened and started production of a linerboard mill in Stephenville.
  • People were first drawn to Stephenville because of the excellent fishing grounds and fertile soils.
  • The 1941 lend-lease agreement began when public opinion in the United States wanted to increase rearmament to help the Allies.

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