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CONTRIBUTORS

The editors and publishers acknowledge with sincere thanks the many who contributed to "The Treasury of Newfoundland Stories". Here are their names. Those marked with a * are contributors whose submissions were chosen for publication.

For convenience the communities are listed in alphabetical order. Please click on the section of interest to you.

Community Name A - C
Community Name D - L
Community Name M - R
Community Name S - W
St. John's

 

 

Following is a note from Sally West, spokesperson for Cream of the West Flour at the time of publication of this book.

Dear Friends,

The Treasury of Newfoundland Stories has been a labour of love on the part of many people. And it has been particularly close to my heart, because I have ready every story sent ot us, and have worked closely with our editor, Mr. L. W. Janes, as he selected the stories which could be included in the book.

I want to thank Mr. Janes for giving us the benefit of his great knowledge of Newfoundland's past, and also to Mr. Don Jamieson and radio station CJON, for their help in bringing you the news about the Treasury.

And, above all, I want to thank each of our contributors for the stories they so kindly sent to us. I am sure every Newfoundlander can share my pride in this Treasury, and the fact that it is completely authentic, written by Newfoundlanders themselves. The people from all over this island who have sent us their stories, and whose names are listed on the following pages, are the ones who have made this book possible, and we think all Newfoundlanders will appreciate the very fine work they have done.

 

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This page transcribed by James Butler, 2000
REVISED: August 2002 (Terry Piercey)

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