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Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse. Cow Head Lighthouse. Top-rated by travelers. John's in of tuberculosis. However, Santu Toney, who was born around and died in , was a woman of mixed Mi'kmaq and Beothuk descent which means that some Beothuk must have lived on beyond Her father was a Beothuk and mother a Mi'kmaq, both from Newfoundland.
Oral histories also suggest potential historical competition and hostility between the Beothuk and Mi'kmaq.
Inuit have been documented on the Great Northern Peninsula as late as the 18th-Century. Newfoundland was historically the southernmost part of the Inuit's territorial range.
When Europeans arrived from and later, starting with John Cabot , they established contact with the Beothuk. Estimates of the number of Beothuk on the island at this time vary, at an average of Later both the English and French settled the island.
They were followed by the Mi'kmaq , an Algonquian -speaking indigenous people from eastern Canada and present-day Nova Scotia.
As European and Mi'kmaq settlement became year-round and expanded to new areas of the coast, the area available to the Beothuk to harvest the marine resources they relied upon was diminished.
By the beginning of the 19th century, few Beothuk remained. Most died due to infectious diseases carried by Europeans, to which they had no immunity , and starvation.
Government attempts to engage with the Beothuk and aid them came too late. The Beothuk were exceptionally hostile to foreigners, unlike the Mi'kmaq.
The latter readily traded with Europeans and became established in settlements in Newfoundland. Newfoundland is the site of the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America.
This site was the subject of archaeological studies throughout the s and s. This research has revealed that the settlement dates to more than years before the arrival of John Cabot in ; the site contains the earliest-known European structures in North America.
Before and after the departure of the Norse, the island was inhabited by indigenous populations. His landing site is unknown but popularly believed to be Cape Bonavista , along the island's East coast.
This document mentions an island that Cabot sailed past to go ashore on the mainland. This description fits with the Cape Bauld theory, as Belle Isle is not far offshore.
Newfoundland remains the only place outside of Europe to have a distinct Irish-language name. There was no permanent European population. Gilbert was lost at sea during his return voyage, and plans of settlement were postponed.
In July the Scottish vessel the "William" left Aberdeen for "new fund land" Newfoundland and returned in This, and other early attempts at permanent settlement failed to make a profit for the English investors, but some settlers remained, forming the very earliest modern European population on the island.
By , the fishermen of England's West Country dominated the east coast of Newfoundland. French fishermen dominated the island's south coast and Northern Peninsula.
The decline of the fisheries, the wasting of the shoreline forests, and an overstocking of liquor by local merchants influenced the Whitehall government in to decline to set up a colonial governor on the island.
After , with the Treaty of Utrecht , the French ceded control of south and north shores of the island to the British.
They kept only the nearby islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon , located in the fish-rich Grand Banks off the south coast.
Despite some early settlements by the English, the Crown discouraged permanent, year-round, settlement of Newfoundland by migratory fishery workers.
Thomas Nash was an Irish Catholic fisherman who permanently settled in Newfoundland. He established the fishing town of Branch.
This settlement attracted a major migration of Irish Catholic immigrants to Newfoundland in the early eighteenth century. By the late 18th century, permanent settlement increased, peaking in the early years of the 19th century.
The French name for the island is Terre-Neuve. The name "Newfoundland"' is one of the oldest European place names in Canada in continuous geographical and cartographical use, dating from a letter.
It was stated in the following poem: . A Skeltonicall continued ryme, in praise of my New-found-Land. It was also different from those that other immigrants would build on the North American mainland.
As a fish-exporting society, Newfoundland was in contact with many ports and societies around the Atlantic rim.
But its geographic location and political distinctiveness isolated it from its closest neighbours, Canada and the United States. Internally, most of its population was spread widely around a rugged coastline in small outport settlements.
Many were distant from larger centres of population and isolated for long periods by winter ice or bad weather. These conditions had an effect on the cultures of the immigrants.
They generated new ways of thinking and acting. Newfoundland and Labrador developed a wide variety of distinctive customs, beliefs, stories, songs and dialects.
The First World War had a powerful and lasting effect on the society. From a population of about a quarter of a million, 5, men went overseas.
Nearly 1, were killed and 2, wounded. The next morning, only 68 men answered the roll-call. Even now, when the rest of Canada celebrates the founding of the country on July 1, many Newfoundlanders take part in solemn ceremonies of remembrance.
The Second World War also had a lasting effect on Newfoundland. Newfoundland and Labrador is the youngest province in Canada. Newfoundland was organised as a colony in , was self-governing from —, and held dominion status from — see Dominion of Newfoundland.
In June 22 and July 3, , the population of the colony voted Opposition was concentrated among residents of the capital St.
John's, and on the Avalon Peninsula. Newfoundland joined Canada on March 31, Union with Canada has done little to reduce Newfoundlanders' self-image as a unique group.
The referendum campaign of was bitterly fought, and interests in both Canada and Britain favoured and supported confederation with Canada.
Jack Pickersgill , a western Canadian native and politician, worked with the confederation camp during the campaign.
The Catholic Church, whose members were a minority on the island, lobbied for continued independence. Canada offered financial incentives, including a "baby bonus" for each child in a family.
The Confederates were led by the charismatic Joseph Smallwood , a former radio broadcaster, who had developed socialist political inclinations while working for a socialist newspaper in New York City.
His policies as premier were closer to liberalism than socialism. Following confederation, Smallwood led Newfoundland for decades as the elected premier.
He was said [ by whom? Some residents featured photographs of "Joey" in their living rooms in a place of prominence.
The first flag to specifically represent Newfoundland is thought to have been an image of a green fir tree on a pink background that was in use in the early 19th century.
In , the crown of the Blue Ensign was replaced with the Great Seal of Newfoundland having been given royal approval in and the British Parliament designated Newfoundland Red and Blue ensigns as official flags specifically for Newfoundland.
On September 26, , King Edward VII of the United Kingdom declared the Colony of Newfoundland, as an independent Dominion within the British Empire,  and from that point until , the Newfoundland Red Ensign was used as the civil ensign of the Dominion of Newfoundland with the Blue Ensign, again, reserved for government shipping identification.
In the Newfoundland National Assembly adopted the Union Jack as the official national flag, with the Red and Blue Ensigns retained as ensigns for shipping identification.
On March 31, , Newfoundland became a province of Canada but retained the Union Jack in legislature, still designating it as the "national" flag.
This was later reaffirmed by the Revised Statutes Act of , and the Union Jack remained the official flag of Newfoundland until , when it was replaced by the current provincial flag.
See Province of Newfoundland and Labrador for continued discussion of provincial flags. Newfoundland has the most Dorset culture archeological sites [ citation needed ].
The Beothuk and Mi'kmaq did not leave as much evidence of their cultures [ citation needed ]. As one of the first places in the New World where Europeans settled, Newfoundland also has a history of European colonization.
John's is the oldest city in Canada and the oldest continuously settled location in English-speaking North America. The St.
John's census metropolitan area includes 12 suburban communities, the largest of which are the city of Mount Pearl and the towns of Conception Bay South and Paradise.
The province's third-largest city is Corner Brook , which is situated on the Bay of Islands on the west coast of the island.
The bay was named by Captain James Cook who surveyed the coast in The island of Newfoundland has numerous provincial parks such as Barachois Pond Provincial Park , considered to be a model forest, as well as two national parks.
The island has many tourism opportunities, ranging from sea kayaking, camping, fishing and hunting, to hiking.
Educational institutions include the provincial university, Memorial University of Newfoundland whose main campus is situated in St.
Bonavista , Placentia and Ferryland are all historic locations for various early European settlement or discovery activities.
This is one of only two national historic sites in Canada so recognized for their Irish heritage. Entertainment opportunities abound in the island's three cities and numerous towns, particularly during summer festivals.
For nightlife, George Street , located in downtown St. John's, is closed to traffic 20 hours per day.
The Mile One Stadium in St. John's is the venue for large sporting and concert events in the province. In March, the annual seal hunt of the harp seal takes place.
Newfoundland and its associated small islands have a total area of , square kilometres 43, sq mi. Newfoundland is primarily characterized by having a subarctic Köppen Dfc or a humid continental climate Köppen Dfb.
Locations on the extreme southeast of the island receive sufficient maritime influence to qualify as having a subpolar oceanic climate Köppen Cfc.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Newfoundland disambiguation. Island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Main article: History of Newfoundland and Labrador. Main article: Geography of Newfoundland and Labrador. See also: List of mammals of Newfoundland.
Main category: People from Newfoundland island. British Empire portal Canada portal Islands portal. Statistics Canada. October 18, Natural Resources Canada.
October 26, Retrieved April 19, National Post. Archived from the original on July 29, Retrieved July 29, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Canada's 10th province is called "The Rock" for good reason. Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary 18th ed. Cambridge University Press. It is thought the "Ikkarumiklua" was used before the colonization of Newfoundland and was later replaced by "Kallunasillik".
It is also thought that "Ikkarumiklua" may have been a term for the Great Northern Peninsula and not the island as a whole.
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