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|1. Manuel Brothers of Exploits|
|2. "Perhaps They Left Us Up Here" (excerpts of Newfoundland names)|
|3. "Newfoundland and its Missionaries" (excerpts of Newfoundland names)|
|4. Newfoundland Disasters|
|5. Colonial Office Records|
|6. House of Assembly Records|
|7. Newfoundland Veteran's Company|
|8. Licensed Guides in Newfoundland in 1911|
|9. William Wiltshire and the Red Indians|
|9. Thomas Peyton Papers|
|1.A Souvenir of the Brigus Methodist Jubilee of the Opening of the Church 1875-1925|
|2.The Bell Island Regatta of 1912|
|3. Dedication Ceremony Of The United Church - 1901|
|4.The Epic Tragedy of Belle Island|
|5. Life at the Front The Seal Hunt in the 40s|
|6. Hurricane of 1775|
|School History and Various Reports|
|1. 1831/2 Proceedings of the Newfoundland & British North America Society for Educating the Poor.|
|1.Curing fish for the shipment to England|
|3.Jukes Excursion 1839 & 1840|
|4.Land Petitions Aug 16, 1831|
|6.Philips Lumbering Company|
|7.Salvation Army, The|
|8.Slade & Co. History|
|9. Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts|
|10.Towns Of The North|
|11. 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|
|12. Newfoundland Royal Commission Concerning Fishery 1899 (re:- William Critch)|
|13. Rev. John Hillyard, Missionary, 1804|
|14. Excerpt from Missionary Magazine, 1799|
|15. Listing of "Fishing Masters" showing locations, ship names and destinations during 1678|
|16. "A Matter of Custom and Convenience": Marriage Law in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland|
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit(Wednesday March 06, 2013)
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