|The History of Newfoundland Publishing|
Handcock, Gordon. 1989. Soe longe as there comes noe women: Origins of English Settlement in Newfoundland. St. John’s: Breakwater Books
Ingstad, Helge. 1987. “The Norse Discovery of North America”. Paper presented at Conference of the Canada and Nordic Association for Canadian Studies, University of Lund.
Major, Kevin. 2001. As Near to Heaven by Sea: A History of Newfoundland and Labrador. Toronto: Penguin Books Canada.
Newfoundland Heritage. Fisheries. Newfoundland Heritage.http://www.heritage.nf.ca/society/fishery.html (Accessed April 11, 2008).
Prowse. D.W. 2002. A History of Newfoundland. Portugal Cove: Boulder Publications. Originally published in 1895 under the same title (London: McMillian and Co.).
Fetherling, Douglas. 1990. The rise of the Canadian Newspaper. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
MacSkimming, Roy. 2007. The Perilous Trade: Book Publishing in Canada: 1946-2006. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Newfoundland Publishing and Literature
Barker, William and Sandra Hannaford. “Toward a History of the Book in Newfoundland”. History of the Book in Canada. http://www.hbic.library.utoronto.ca/fconfnfld_en.htm (Accessed March 31, 2008).
Chronological Listing 1807-1996: Historical Directory of Newfoundland and Labrador Newspapers. Memorial University Libraries. http://www.library.mun.ca/qeii/newspapers/chron.php (Accessed March 31, 2008).
Devereux, E.J. 1960. “Early Printing in Newfoundland”. Dalhousie Review 43: 57-66.
O’Dea, Agnes C. 1986.Bibliography of Newfoundland. Edited by Anne Alexander. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
O’Flaherty, Patrick. 1979. The Rock Observed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
“Printing and Publishing”. 1993. Encyclopaedia of Newfoundland and Labrador. Vol. 4. Editors Cyril F. Poole and Robert H. Cuff. St. Johns: Harry Cuff Publications.
Whelan, Maudie. 2002 The Newspaper Press in nineteenth-century Newfoundland: politics, religion, and personal journalism. PhD dis., Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Whiteway, Louise. 1970. “The Athenaeum Movement: St. John’s Athenaeum (1961-1898). Dalhousie Review. 50: 534-539.
Woodford, Paul. 1988. We Love the Place, O Lord. St. John’s: Creative Publishing.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Publishers Association. Home. The Newfoundland and Labrador Publishers Association. http://www.acinl.ca/sector/4 (Accessed March 31, 2008).
The Publishing Houses
Breakwater Books. About us. Breakwater Books.http://www.breakwaterbooks.com/ . (Accessed March 31, 2008).
Breakwater Books. Our Mission. Breakwater Books. http://www.breakwaterbooks.com/ (accessed March 31, 2008).
Creative Book Publishers. Home. Creative Book Publishers.http://www.nfbooks.com/ (accessed April 11, 2008).
Harry Cuff Publishing. Home. Harry Cuff Publishing. "http://www.cuff.com/ (accessed April 11, 2008).
Institute for Social and Economic Research. About. Memorial University of Newfoundland.http://www.mun.ca/iser/about/ (accessed March 31, 2008).
Institute for Social and Economic Research. Mandate. Memorial University of Newfoundland.http://www.mun.ca/iser/about/mandate.php (Accessed April 11, 2008).
Newfoundland and Labrador Studies. Home. Memorial University of Newfoundland. http://www.mun.ca/nls/ (accessed March 31, 2008).
The Newfoundland Quarterly. About NQ. The Newfoundland Quarterly. http://www.newfoundlandquarterly.ca/about.php (Accessed April 11, 2008).
The Newfoundland Quarterly. Partners and Sponsors. The Newfoundland Quarterly. http://www.newfoundlandquarterly.ca/partners.php (Accessed April 11, 2008).
A Cultural Revival and Culture as a Commodity
Bannister, Gerry. 2002. “Making History: Cultural Memory in Twentieth-Century Newfoundland”. Newfoundland Studies. 18, no.2. http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/NFLDS/article/view/879/1232. (Accessed March 31, 2008).
Gwyn, Sandra. 1976. “The Newfoundland Renaissance”. Saturday Night. (April): 38-45.
O’Dea, Shane.2001. “Culture and Country: The Role of the Arts and Heritage in the Nationalist Revival in Newfoundland.” Newfoundland Studies. 19 no.2: 378-386.
Overton, James. Making a World of Difference: Essays on Tourism, Culture and Development in Newfoundland. St. Johns: ISER, 1996.
Overton, James. “A Newfoundland Culture?” Making a World of Difference: Essays on Tourism, Culture and Development in Newfoundland. St. Johns: ISER, 1996.
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