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The following articles concern the historic development of the Trinity Bay District.
They have been collected from newspapers or written as part of the genealogical research of the various authors.
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|Bluff Head Cove|
Notes on the history of a small Trinity Bay community and the Cooper Family.
|Rev. John Clinch(1749-1819)|
A review of his contribution to medicine.
|The Trinity Bay Disaster of 1892|
Newspaper clippings tell the whole story.
|The President Coaker|
A tern schooner belonging to the Fisherman's Union Trading Company is lost in 1924.
A Catalina-bound schooner is lost in Placentia Bay in 1926, as reported in The Fisherman's Advocate.
A poem written by James Ivany, about a schooner that was lost in 1938. Also included is a clipping from The Fisherman's Advocate about the accident.
|The F. P. Union is sunk in Catalina Harbour, 1943|
The newspaper report from The Fisherman's Advocate.
|The Port Union Fire|
A disastrous fire destroys most of the community of Port Union in 1945.
|Christmas was a special time in Trinity a century ago
An article witten by Michael Harrington, for the Christmas Eve edition of The Evening Telegram, December 24, 1982.
|The Collision of the S.S. Plover and the Trixie H. in 1887
Newspaper clippings tell the story.
|Hant's Harbour - An Historical Outline|
A history of Hant's Harbour by E. C. Janes, from The Newfoundland Quarterly.
|Historical Information from the Trinity Area|
Contains research information on the Trinity Bay area provided as part of Thomas R. Cole's Research notes.
|Petitioners of Land in Trinity Bay Area - 1830 - 1833|
A list of persons who petitioned for land grants, mainly in the Trinity Bay area from the Research Notes of Thomas R. Cole.
|Treasury of Newfoundland Stories|
A collection of 56 factual and fictitious stories about life in Newfoundland at the turn of the 20th century. Not all about Trinity Bay, but well-worth a visit.
Page updated: August 22, 2001 by Jim Butler
Page revised: August 2002 (Terry Piercey)
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