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Historical Information
Twillingate Regional Area

The following are miscellaneous articles or books submitted by individuals that are doing research
and have graciously agreed to place them here for your pleasure.

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.
General Interest
1.Curing fish for the shipment to England
2.Dorcas Society
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

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