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BOOK - A History of Newfoundland, From the English, Colonial and Foreign Records
With A Supplement: The Churches In Newfoundland

By Judge D.W. Prowse
Originally published by MacMillan and Company, London, 1895
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2002, 2nd Edition 2010 (CD 2010)


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Originally published in 1895, A History of Newfoundland by Judge D.W. Prowse, is widely recognized as one of the finest histories written about Newfoundland and Labrador.

Prowse's tome serves a purpose greater than just a history text. He conveys a deep personal connection with Newfoundland and Labrador, illustrating the history of the place with many personal sketches about the individuals and families who contributed to its development. Prowse's writing skill provides a riveting story for the reader.
  • Click here to view the Table of Contents to A History of Newfoundland


  • Click here to view the Index to A History of Newfoundland [24 pages in .pdf format]


  • The 56 page Supplement, which is bound into the book after the index to A History of Newfoundland, and is titled The Churches in Newfoundland, is not indexed. The supplement includes:
    • Chapter I: The Church of England in Newfoundland. By Rev W. Pilot
    • Chapter II: The Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland. By Most Rev. M. F. Howley
    • Chapter III: The Methodist Church in Newfoundland. By Rev James Dove
    • Chapter IV: The Congregational and Presbyterian Churches and the Salvation Army.
A History of Newfoundland is recognized as an important reference book for historians, social historians, genealogists and other academics, as well as those with an interest in the culture and roots of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.

898 Pages
8.75 X 11.1"
Hardcover - premium binding, navy blue with gilt stamping on cover and spine
Weight: 5.6 lbs, 2.6 kg.
Illustrated
Index
Originally published by MacMillan and Company, London, 1895
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2002 (CD 2010)

ISBN 1-894378-65-2 (hardcover)





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