Famous Firsts for Newfoundland interesting things you should know about Newfoundland

I like this map of the Conception Bay North area; discover the Baccalieu Trail

Newfoundland Grand Banks  is a premium site for genealogy research in this region.  It has been a great pleasure to be one of the many volunteer contributors to this site.

Newfoundland GenWeb  site offers a wide assortment of information and provides a good geography lesson for users. (needs a search engine)

OUR CANADIAN ROOTS Digital archive

RED ISLAND Placentia Bay, Newfoundland website here there is a collection of Roman Catholic records from Argentia

Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) is an invaluable resource for researching Newfoundland; provides access to the Archive holdings and many special library collections; to learn about the geography needed to use the NFGenweb site you may wish to look at the list communities from the Centre for  Newfoundland and Labrador  Studies or a list of other CNLS links

Maritime History Archives is a part of  MUN and the first place I would go to research your mariner ancestors and any issues related to trade, travel and industries relating to Maritime affairs.

PANL (Provincial  Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador)  is another resource in St. John's, NL and another important resource for researching your Newfoundland ancestors providing many records of importance in genealogy.

Newfoundland Public Library System follow the links for Genealogy and then click on resource guides; some provide reference material, interlibrary loan availability, and others including directories provide online research information.

Newfoundland Books

Newfoundland and Labrador links for almost any other topic of interest on this province

National Archives of Canada

Canadiana early Canadian collections online

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