Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Volume 21, numéro 2, autumn 2006

Sommaire (24 articles) 


  1. Forest Politics: : Contested Issues and Governance in Forest Management for Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula
  2. Recognizing the Commons in Coastal Forests: : The Three-Mile Limit in Newfoundland, 1875-1939
  3. Power Tools as Tools of Power: : Mechanization in the Tree Harvest of the Newfoundland Pulp and Paper Industry
  4. The Murder of Lieutenant Lawry: : A Case Study of British Naval Impressment in Newfoundland, 1794
  5. The Language of Faith and American Exceptionalism in The Lure of the Labrador Wild

Research Notes

  1. Fogo Island and the French in Italy: : A Letter from the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World


  1. Un mémoire écrit par Bacqueville de la Potherie?
  2. "a bold scheme for ... doubling the living space of the town": : The Origins of Churchill Park Garden Suburb, St. John’s, Newfoundland, 1943

Review Articles

  1. The French Experience in Newfoundland and Saint-Pierre: : Recent Translations
  2. The Lost Newfoundland of Memory: : Three Visits


  1. James A. Tuck and Barry Gaulton, eds. Avalon Chronicles: The English in America 1497-1696.
  2. Alan G. Macpherson, ed. Four Centuries and the City: Perspectives on the Historical Geography of St. John’s.
  3. Glen Norcliffe. Global Game, Local Arena: Restructuring in Corner Brook.
  4. Anthony B. Dickinson and Chesley W. Sanger. Twentieth-Century Shore-Station Whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  5. Beth Ryan. What is Invisible.
  6. Kenneth J. Harvey. Inside.
  7. Catherine Safer. Bishop’s Road.
  8. Ken Babstock. Airstream Land Yacht.
  9. Wade Kearley. Let me burn like this: Prayers from the ashes.
  10. Robin C. McGrath. Covenant of Salt.
  11. Tom Henihan. After the Ritual.
  12. Hanrahan, Maura. Tsunami: The Newfoundland Tidal Wave Disaster.

Notes and Comments

  1. The 1929 Newfoundland Tsunami


  1. Contributors