The author has endeavored to show the close connection between this ancient colony and the young English settlements on the continent the story of early struggles and mutual aid between Newfoundland and especially New England. His sources were unpublished records, official documents and manuscripts.
Lavishly illustrated, this is the ultimate history of Newfoundland, with information about Labrador, the Indians, Moravian missionaries, and the later developments of lumbering, railroads, hunting and much more. It contains a large fold-out map of Newfoundland, smaller maps within the text, appendices, chronology, statistics, bibliography, lists of manuscripts, and an original name and subject index. (1895) reprint, 5.25 x 8.25, 2 vols., bibl., appends., illus., maps, index, paper, 742 pp.P2310 - 0891HBISBN: 0-7884-2310-X