Matching Articles"Society" (Total 231)

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  • Excerpts from the 1998 Heritage Fair project of Margaret Hawco (then a grade 5 student) dealing with child labour in the Bell Island Mines. Includes a brief overview and an interview with Mr. Charles Bown.
  • With the construction of the railway, workers began to leave their coastal homes to find employment at new mines and mills in the island's interior.
  • Much of our knowledge of daily life in outport Newfoundland in the late 18th and early 19th century comes from the pens of visitors. They were typically missionaries, explorers, naturalists, and geologists whose work brought them to outlying communities not often visited by outsiders or even the local government.
  • Considerable uncertainty surrounds our understanding of daily life in Newfoundland during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  • An account of the failed 1887 expedition of Randle Wilson Holme (1864-1957) to reach Churchill Falls in the interior of Labrador.
  • About the Registered Heritage Structure on 3 Park Place, located in St. John's, NL and most likely constructed in 1881.
  • About the property on 62 Water Street in Carbonear, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1919 by Bob Hedges and Jack Saunders.
  • About the property on 67 Central Street in Corner Brook, a Registered Heritage Structure designed and built for the Newfoundland Power and Paper Company.
  • About the Abram Richards Property, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1912 by Abram Richards for his family.
  • About the Adam Mouland Property, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1913 in Mockbeggar, the oldest district of Bonavista.
  • About the Adams Home, a Registered Heritage Structure begun in 1890 by William Adams and finished in 1910 by his son Henry.
  • This article is about the agricultural communities found in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • About the Earnest Harmon Air Force base located in Stephenville.
  • The construction of the US Army Air Force Base was started in 1941 when the US came to Stephenville Newfoundland.
  • This article is about the buildings that were created during World War II because of the Stephenville air force base.
  • About the Alphaeus Barbour house, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Newton and built between 1904 and 1907.
  • This article is about the social influence WWII had on Stephenville, specifically American-Newfoundland marriages.
  • Information about the Church of England and it's influence in Newfoundland history.
  • About the Apothecary Hall, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 488 Water Street in St. John's and built in 1922.
  • About the architectural style influences in St. John's from 1892-1940.

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