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Newfoundland and Labrador Primary Sources: Home

Primary Sources

Finding Aids

A finding aid is a document created by archivists to provide detailed information about a specific collection of papers or records.

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Digital Archives and Virtual Exhibits

Canadian Databases

Centre for Newfoundland Studies

Centre for Newfoundland Studies
The CNS should be your first stop for research help about Newfoundland and Labrador topics (3rd floor of QEII Library). It is important to establish facts and dates before tackling primary sources. The Centre holds published primary sources in the form of newspapers, government reports, Hansard, maps, memoirs, autobiographies, newsletters, etc.

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Periodical Article Bibliography


Government Documents