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1.The Vikings in Newfoundland
2.Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland and The American Revolution
3.Lewisporte - "Gateway to the North"
4.Baron Manfred Von Richthofen, the world’s first Ace
5.The Beothuk Indians - "Newfoundland's Red Ochre People"
6.Twillingate - A Brief History
7.Chief Tecumseh - "The Wellington of the Indians"
8.Isaac Brock - Saviour of Canada

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www.innu.ca The official website of the Innu Nation, representing these native Labradorieans and related issues of concern.

www.nunatsiavut.com Website of the Labrador Inuit Association. This is the official website of the group that represents the Inuit people. (Formerly, and incorrectly, known as Eskimos).

www.downhomer.com Your web guide to Newfoundland's premier cultural, topical and historical magazine, the Downhomer.

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www.academicinfo.net/histuk.html A one stop links guide to researching British history. It also features related topics like English literature.

www.pro.gov.uk The official web site for one of the world's best national collections of primary historical documents.

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