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Newfoundland Immigration By Brad Jacobson
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A Complete list of all immigration streams related to the Province of Newfoundland.
Newfoundland Immigration By Brad Jacobson
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A Complete list of all immigration streams related to the Province of Newfoundland.
Sounding the Blood By Amanda Hale
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Amanda Hale`s achingly poetic debut novel, set on a 1915 whaling station at the southern tip of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands), invokes the spirits of five dreamers held hostage to time, place... More > and memory. Drenched in myth and mist, Rose Harbour is home to: Leo Slaney, the Newfoundland boss whose fumbled overtures to repair his marriage mask guilt and repressed desire; Nora, Leo`s distraught wife, winnowed by loss and phantom lovers; Isobel, the Slaneys` rebellious daughter newly awakened to the forbidden love of a Japanese suitor; Lee Sun, a young innocent seduced by the opium and gambling dens of Victoria`s Chinatown; and Yamamoto Kazuo, a wronged outsider yearning to be reunited with his wife and child in Japan. The sixth voice is the voice of the land and of Jake, a station tradesman who outlasts the seasons and sees all...< Less
A Place In the Sun By David E. Lovewell
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David E. Lovewell was born in the English village of Shotesham, in the county of Norfolk, where he lived on his parents' farm until he began training for the Methodist ministry. In the mid-1950s he... More > and his wife Patricia immigrated to Canada. As a minister in the United Church, David served in various charges in Newfoundland and in Bermuda. In the 1960s he and his family relocated to Alberta. David was a minister first in Red Deer and then, for over 10 years, at St. Andrew's United in Calgary. In 1986 he and Patricia moved to Victoria BC, and David retired from the ministry in 1989.< Less
Evening Reflections By David E. Lovewell
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David E. Lovewell was born in the English village of Shotesham, in the county of Norfolk, where he lived on his parents’ farm until he began training for the Methodist ministry. In the... More > mid-1950s he and his wife Patricia immigrated to Canada. As a minister in the United Church, David served in various charges in Newfoundland and in Bermuda. In the 1960s he and his family relocated to Alberta. David was a minister first in Red Deer and then, for over 10 years, at St. Andrew’s United in Calgary. In 1986 he and Patricia moved to Victoria BC, and David retired from the ministry in 1989. He and Patricia still live in Victoria today.< Less
Evening Reflections By David E. Lovewell
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Reverend David E. Lovewell shares his spiritual, insightful poems. David E. Lovewell was born in the English village of Shotesham, in the county of Norfolk, where he lived on his parents' farm until... More > he began training for the Methodist ministry. In the mid-1950s he and his wife Patricia immigrated to Canada. As a minister in the United Church, David served in various charges in Newfoundland and in Bermuda. In the 1960s he and his family relocated to Alberta. David was a minister first in Red Deer and then, for over 10 years, at St. Andrew's United in Calgary. In 1986 he and Patricia moved to Victoria BC, and David retired from the ministry in 1989.< Less
Victorious! Queen's Champion -- Prince Henry Sinclair By Gunnar Thompson
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During the 14th century, Queen Margaret Atterdag of Denmark welded together the bickering kingdoms of Scandinavia. Her alliance of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark was called “the Kalmar... More > Union.” As the Little Ice Age bore down upon the Nordic Settlement on Greenland, she called upon the Atlantic Earl, Prince Henry Sinclair, and Templar Knights to rescue 4,000 stranded farmers. These Greenland refugees were brought south to new homes with Native Tribes along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. In later years, these Nordic immigrants were identified as “White Indians” that explorers and pioneers found in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and New York in the 17th century. Another problem arose in 1398 – when Vitalien Pirates settled into lairs along the Newfoundland Coast. At the time, the island was called “Frisland.” In battles that were chronicled in Nicolo Zeno’s “Letters,” Henry Sinclair conquered the pirates; and he erected a medieval tower and city at Newport, Rhode Island. This is real History!< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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