Arctic Bibliography

15637 Stearns , W. A. Labrador . 1884 . 16715 Stephens , C. A. Left on Labrador . 1872 . 16950 * Tanner , V. Outlines geog . Labrador . 1944 . 17407 Todd , W. E. C. More about Labrador . 1989 . 17736 Townsend , C. W. Along Labrador ...

Author: Arctic Institute of North America

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ISBN: UOM:39015018687403

Category: Arctic regions

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Woman Who Mapped Labrador

He was second - in - command at Chimo until Finlayson left in 1836 , and was in charge of the post until John McLean arrived in 1837. Erlandson left Labrador in 1840 ( ibid . , 352–67 ) . 2 Ibid . , lxxi - lxxiii , 357-9 .

Author: Mina Hubbard

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 0773529241

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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In 1905 Mina Benson Hubbard became the first white woman to cross Labrador, completing the expedition that had led to her husband's death. The Woman Who Mapped Labrador makes available for the first time the unguarded and personal diary that was the basis for her famous book, A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador. Three specialists have combined their expertise to enhance the richness of this original source. Roberta Buchanan's annotation of Hubbard's expedition diary makes it accessible to contemporary readers. Anne Hart's biography illuminates an Edwardian woman's transformation from teacher, nurse, and devoted wife to courageous explorer and social activist. Bryan Greene's discussion of Hubbard's navigational, cartographic, and topographical techniques shows her to have been a serious explorer. His nineteen newly drawn maps make it possible to follow her journey in detail. In her diary Hubbard's full enthusiasm for the Labrador wilderness shines through her descriptions of the great caribou migration, the Montagnais/Naskapi Indians (Innu), and life at a Hudson's Bay post. She also reveals in frank detail the difficulties of asserting her authority as a female expedition leader and her satisfaction at beating out her male rival, Dillon Wallace.
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Labrador Odyssey

In 1866– 69 , he was wholesaler with the firm of Just at Königsfeld , then was called as a " trade brother " to Labrador . Kästner travelled first to Malmesbury , England , to study English and left for Hopedale in June 1869 , but he ...

Author: Ronald Rompkey

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773565746

Category: History

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A religious, well-educated Victorian, Curwen takes us into the heart of the colonial society he encountered. He reveals the pervasive sectarianism, the tawdry political world of St John's, the rudimentary conditions aboard the fishing schooners, and the poverty of the Labrador "livyers," the permanent white settlers who had intermarried with the Inuit. He provides fresh details of the lives of the Moravian Brethren, the first missionaries to the Native population, and comments on the wildlife, the natural environment, and the general disposition of the countryside. Curwen's candid remarks about Grenfell reveal facets of the young missionary and social reformer not found elsewhere. The introduction and annotations by Ronald Rompkey, Grenfell's biographer, establish the historical, political, and social contexts of the journal. Rompkey has supplemented Curwen's private account with official letters and reports from Grenfell and other members of the expedition as well as numerous photographs taken by both Curwen and Grenfell to publicize their work.
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Twentieth Century Shore Station Whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador

It left the dry - dock on 11 June and returned to Dublin Cove three days later . Whaling began in mid - June but with little success.54 Construction continued at L'Anse au Loup , and Mic Mac moved north to Labrador in August ...

Author: Anthony Dickinson

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773572805

Category: History

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Modern shore-station whaling on Canada's eastern shores developed with the spread of Norwegian-dominated whaling from local areas where stocks that had been depleted by new hunting technologies to more productive locations in the North Atlantic and elsewhere. Twentieth-Century Shore-Station Whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador adds to a growing number of regionally specific case studies that collectively illustrate the complex nature of the history of global whaling. Dickinson and Sanger further demonstrate how participants in the industry were instrumental in developing other whaling initiatives, including those in British Columbia.
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Lovely Labrador Retrievers

like to teach my | | don't Want to teach left Column, make a mark dog tricks. my dogtricks. on the left side of your | like to play fetch | | don't like to play paper. When you agree with with my dog. | fetch with my dog. a statement ...

Author: Pam Scheunemann

Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781617871429

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Let's learn about dogs! This title takes the popular canine breed Labrador Retrievers and colorfully presents their facial features, body basics, personalities and more! This book also includes a checklist to help early to fluent readers decide what kind of dog is right for them. Illustrations reveal interesting details about the history and legends surrounding Labradors. Readers both young and old will find this informative book fun and fascinating! Lovely Labrador Retrievers is excellent for school, library or at home use. Super Sandcastle is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
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Newfoundland National Convention 1946 1948

Labrador Operations On July 17 , I left Corner Brook in the Western Explorer for Labrador and for a period of practically two months we carried out fishing experiments over a very large portion of that coast . Area .

Author: James Hiller

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 0773512578

Category: History

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Delegates to the convention examined Newfoundland's economy and society, and debated the merits of returning to responsible government (suspended in 1934) or joining the Canadian confederation. A number of public figures of the 1950s and 1960s came into prominence during the convention, most notably Joseph R. Smallwood, leader of the confederate group. This unique and remarkable historical document is a must for Commonwealth and Canadian specialists and research libraries.
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Annual report

Left Labrador Harbour , 11 a.m. Anchored at Bonne Espérance , 1.40 p.m. July 9. - Left Bonne Espérance , 1.30 p.m. Anchored in Bay of Rocks , 4.20 p.m. July 10. - Left Bay of Rocks , 11 a.m. Anchored at Chicatica , 0.30 p.m. Left ...

Author: Canada. Department of Marine

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWIHP7

Category: Shipping

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Labrador The Story of the World s Favourite Dog

Labrador dogs as the answer to their sporting problem. ... The only way of finding out how this connection had come about was to leave Labrador and Newfoundland before the weather ... But before I left Newfoundland, I wandered down to the.

Author: Ben Fogle

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007549030

Category: Pets

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Sunday Times Bestseller ‘Passionate and well-researched’ Tatler ‘A must-read’ Independent A social history of Labradors, and how they have become the world’s most beloved dogs, by writer, presenter and long-time dog lover Ben Fogle.
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Annual Report

Left Bonne Espérance , 0.30 p.m. Anchored at Labrador Harbour , 3 p.m. p.m. Anchored at Bonne Espérance , 1.40 July 9. - Left Bonne Espérance , 1.80 p.m. Anchored in Bay of Rocks , 4.20 p.m. July 10. - Left Bay of Rocks , 11 a.m. ...

Author: Canada. Department of Marine and Fisheries

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWHJJ2

Category: Fish culture

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Anthropometric Observations on the Eskimos and Indians of Labrador

TABLE 15a . — PARIETAL FORAMINA : COMBINATIONS LABRADOR LABRADOR Recent grave GREENLAND GREENLAND 3 Stone grave Recent grave Stone grave Female 7 3 2 1 2 ONNOT 1 1 8 2 2 3 1 Absent . 1 small , right . 1 small , left . 1 medium , right .

Author: Thomas Dale Stewart

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ISBN: UOM:39015027585630

Category: Anthropometry

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