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History of Newfoundland and Labrador

Welcome Home! To Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

9/11: Operation Yellow Ribbon (Gander, Newfoundland)

The Story of Newfoundland
By the Right Hon. Lord Birkenhead (1920)
As it was and as it is in 1877
A history of the island of Newfoundland
Containing a description of the island, the Banks, the fisheries and trade of Newfoundland and the coast of Labrador by Anspach, Lewis Amadeus (1819) (pdf)
Peeps at Many Lands: Newfoundland
By Ford Fairford containing twelve full page illustrations in colour (1912) (pdf)
Videos of Newfoundland
Found a few videos on YouTube

A Sustainable Future for Small Coastal Fishing Communities
Paper presented at A.R. Scammell Academy, Change Islands, Newfoundland at the Change Islands / Simon Fraser University workshop conference Oceans and the Future of Endangered Coastal Communities. August 8 10   2006, by David B Thomson International fisheries and coastal consultant
An Article about Newfoundland Author Wayne Johnstone
His book about Newfoundland written by David Robinson of the Scotsman newspaper
Information on this area about the Lumber trade and also three books about the area and Labrador.

Welcome to Western Newfoundland

Excursions in and about Newfoundland
During the years 1839 and 1840 by J. B. Jukes, M. A., F. G. S., F. C. P. S.; of St. John's College in two volumes (1842)
Ecclesiastical History of Newfoundland
By the Very Reverand M. F. Howley, D.D. (1888) (pdf)


9/11 anniversary: Gander, Newfoundland marks 20 years since the world came to their town

Gander's Ripple Effect:
How a Small Town's Kindness Opened on Broadway

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