Collapse of the Beothuk World

By: PASTORE, Ralph Acadiensis 19:1 POPE, Peter OMMER, Rosemary E.

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PASTORE, Ralph. "The Collapse of the Beothuk World." An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol.19, No.1. Autumn/Automne 1989. Pp 52-71. Also: Peter Pope's "Historical Archaeology and the Demand for Alcohol in 17th Century Newfoundland" (pp.72-90, with diagrams); Rosemary E. Ommer's "The Truck System in Gaspé, 1822-77" ( pp.91-114); DavidA. MacDonald's research note "They Cannot Pay Us in Money: Newman and Comp any and the Supplying System in the Newfoundland Fishery, 1850-1884" (pp.142-156); and James K. Hiller's review essay "Twentieth Century Newfoundland Politics : Some Recent Literature" (pp.181-192). Jay White's "Pulling Teeth: Striking for the Check-Off in the Halifax Shipyards, 1944" (pp.115-141); Sheila M. Penney's "'Marked for Slaughter': The Halifax Medical College andthe Wrong Kind of Reform, 1868-1910" (pp.27-51); M. Earle and H. Gamberg's "The United Mine Workers and the Coming of the CCF to Cape Breton" (pp.3-2 6); J.M. Bumstead's review essay "Ethnic Studies in Atlantic Canada: Or, Some Ethnics are More Ethnic than Others" (pp.192-204 [includes comments on Kahn's Listen While I Tell You on pp.200-201]); Margaret Conrad's review essay "The Canadian Encyclopedia of Limitless Identities"; other review essays. Vg. 6.50

Title: Collapse of the Beothuk World

Author Name: PASTORE, Ralph Acadiensis 19:1 POPE, Peter OMMER, Rosemary E.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: 1989,:

Seller ID: 14801

Keywords: NEWFOUNDLAND NATIVE CANADIAN HISTORY FISHERIES GASPE BUSINESS,