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Historical Information
Port De Grave Regional Area

The following are miscellaneous articles or books
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Port de Grave Historical Information
1. First Mentioned Surnames of Inhabitants of Newfoundland prior to 1675
2.To His Excellency John Campbell Esq. The humble activities of the Principal inhabitants, Planters, and Boatkeepers residing in Conception Bay, Newfoundland
3. "Perhaps They Left Us Up Here" (excerpts of Newfoundland names)
4. "Newfoundland and its Missionaries" (excerpts of Newfoundland names)
5. Newfoundland Disasters
6.House of Assembly Records
7.Newfoundland Veteran's Company
1.Land Petitions, August 16, 1831
School History and Various Reports
1. 1831/2 Proceedings of the Newfoundland & British North America Society for Educating the Poor.
General Interest
1. A Note on Jersey and Newfoundland
2. Curing fish for the shipment to England
3. The Early Relations between Newfoundland and the Channel Islands
4. The Expedition of Monsieur De Montigny to Newfoundland in 1705 Posted in French and English
5. The Jersey Men
6. Juke's Excursions, 1839 & 1840.
7. Newfoundland Folklore
8. The Portuguese In Newfoundland Waters
9. Six Month's of a Newfoundland Missionaries Journal Edward Wix
10. Statement of Monies in the custody of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland July, 1831
11. Statement of Monies in the custody of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland Dec, 1833
12. People and vessels cited in “Fifty-Two Years at the Labrador Fishery”, by Nicholas Smith, 1936 (A Planter of Brigus)
13. S.S. Greenland
14. The Treasury of Newfoundland Stories
A collection of 56 stories, true and fiction, about life in Newfoundland in the first half of the 20th century.
15. Rev. John Hillyard, Missionary, 1904
16. Ercerpt from Missionary Magazine, 1799
17. Listing of "Fishing Masters" showing locations, ship names and destinations during 1678
18. "A Matter of Custom and Convenience": Marriage Law in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland
1. Historical Sketch Of The Progress Of Medicine In Newfoundland
2. A Souvenir of the Brigus Methodist Jubilee of the Opening of the Church 1875-1925
3. Colonial Office Records
4. All About Pirates Including Accompanying Census numbers by H. F. Shortis
5. Hurricane of 1775
6. All About Pirates Accompanying Census numbers by H. F. Shortis

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