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|1. Two Women Who Courted Success||16. A First in Newfoundland Literature|
|2. My Three Wives||17. Secrets to Some Long Lives|
|3. Valour at Amiens||18. A Nationalist Who Spoke His Mind|
|4. The lost prose of Anastasia English||19. A Commitment to the North|
|5. Medicine and Politics may seem Strange Bedfellows||20. All the way from Oderin|
|6. Not the Stuff of a Tourism Brochure||21. A Politician often in the Soup|
|7. A Well Rounded Businessman||22. Michael Morris, Struck down in his Prime|
|8. Governor Pushed Confederation||23. A Right Honourable, Quiet Lady|
|9. CONNE River and the Mi'kmaq||24. A Regimental Quartet|
|10. The power behind Sir John's throne||25. The Rendells of Cochrane Street|
|11. Another destructive fire||26. Sailing into the Thick of Things|
|12. The brief tenure of Governor Byng||27. The First Vice-Regal Representative|
|13. At home with Mr. Hoyles||29. A walk through the Woods family|
|14. Lining up for Labrador|
|15. An Unfavourable Legacy|
Transcribed by: Barbara McGrath
REVISED: August 2002 (Terry Piercey)
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