Matching Articles"Society" (Total 445)

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  • About the Christ Church, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Quidi Vidi, St. John's and opened on 9 November 1842.
  • About Christ Church, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Clarke's Head built between 1905 and 1910.
  • A sample of the Christmas card collection of John G. Jack Higgins (1891-1963), Rhodes Scholar, lawyer, veteran, and politician.
  • A sample of the Christmas card collection of John G. Jack Higgins (1891-1963), Rhodes Scholar, lawyer, veteran, and politician.
  • A sample of the Christmas card collection of John G. Jack Higgins (1891-1963), Rhodes Scholar, lawyer, veteran, and politician.
  • There is a marked distinction in the architecture of religious buildings in Newfoundland, determined at first by period and then by denomination.
  • An introduction into the life of James Crawford (1893-1963), WW I veteran, businessman, and commanding officer of the Church Lads' Brigade.
  • To improve the severe housing problem in St. John's, the CEHTP worked on the creation of the Churchill Park garden suburb.
  • Information about the definition of a city as well as information about St. John's, Mount Pearl, and Corner Brook.
  • About the Cluett house, the oldest house in Belleoram and possibly the oldest structure in Fortune Bay.
  • About the C.N. Railway Station, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Carbonear and built in the early 1900s.
  • About the Coleman/Jenkins Commercial Establishment, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Trinity and built around 1850.
  • Whether or not the province should adopt a non-denominational education system became a controversial issue during the 1980s and 1990s.
  • About the Commercial Cable Company Building, formely the Brother T.I. Murphy Centre, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 95 Water Street in St. John's and built in 1916.
  • About the Commercial Chambers Building, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 197 Water Street in St. John's and built after the Great Fire of 1892.
  • One of the Commission of Government's chief ambitions upon taking office was to improve health care in Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • The settlement of Eastport, Happy Adventure and Sandy Cove was essentially a single phased operation from the 1850s into the 1870s.
  • The origins of Communities in the Eastport Peninsula, such as Salvage, Eastport, Sandy Cove, Happy Adventure, etc.
  • A community is a group of people who live in the same area and share the same culture. This article is all about the function of communities.
  • The examination of two company towns, Buchans and Grand Falls-Windsor. Company towns are towns which were based exlusively upon one industry.

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