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BIBLIOGRAPHY: FRENCH PRESENCE IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

by

JEFF BUTT

N.B. This document exists in English only / NB: Ce document n'existe qu'en anglais


Image: grave of French captain, Conche  
Grave of a French captain, South-West Crouse (NE coast of Newfoundland). Photo: M. Wilkshire
Tombe d'un capitaine français à South-West Crouse (côte NE de Terre-Neuve). Photo: M. Wilkshire

The following bibliography consists of two parts: “Early French Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador” and “Modern French Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador”.  The former deals mainly with France’s participation in the fishery, but also contains entries dealing with French settlement, map-making and so on.  The second part of the bibliography contains, for the most part, twentieth century entries and relates to the life of French-speaking Newfoundlanders and Labradorians in various ways: linguistics matters, educational and political issues or culture and folklore.  The bibliography is non-exhaustive and draws from the holdings of the Queen Elizabeth II Library and the A.C. Hunter Library (Arts and Culture Centre).  Entries have not been taken directly from the holdings of the Centre d’Études franco-terreneuviennes (CEFT), which contains works relative to French Newfoundlanders, although both CEFT and the present bibliography no doubt contain common information.

Early French Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador

Acloque, A. Nos pêcheurs de Haute-Mer.  Maison A. Mame et Fils. Tours; 1903 (224 p.)

The Argosy. “The French Shore of Newfoundland”.  November 1895 [p. 16-18].

The Argosy. “France in Newfoundland”.  Vol. XXV, #2; November 1898 [p. 15-17].

Arsenault, Bona. “Plaisance, Terre-Neuve”, Histoire et Généalogie des Acadiens, 5.  Leméac; 1978 [p. 1670-1701].

Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review. “Soon to Reach 100, Recalls Early Operations”.  August 1964 [p. 12].

Avignac, A. d’. “Le conflit franco-terre-neuvien”, Le Correspondant.  Paris; 1890 [p. 1068-1098].

Barkham, Michael M. “French Basque ‘New Found Land’ Entrepreneurs and the Import of Codfish and Whale Oil to Northern Spain, c. 1580 to c. 1620: the Case of Adam de Chibau, Burgess of Saint-Jean-de-Luz and ‘Sieur de St-Julien’”, Newfoundland Studies, vol. 10, #1; Spring 1994 [p. 1-43].

Barkham, Selma Huxley. “The Fishermen’s Contribution to the Early Cartography of Eastern Canada” (a paper presented at the 11th International Conference on the History of Cartography).  Ottawa; July 1985 (19 p.)

Barkham, Selma Huxley. The Basque Coast of Newfoundland.  Great Northern Peninsula Development Corporation. Newfoundland; 1989 (24 p.)

Bélanger, René. Les Basques dans l'estuaire du Saint-Laurent (1535-1635).  Les Presses de l’Université du Québec. Montréal; 1971 (164 p.)

Bellet, Adolphe. Les Français à Terre-Neuve et sur les côtes de l’Amérique du Nord: la grande pêche de la morue à Terre-Neuve depuis la découverte du Nouveau Monde par les Basques au XIVe siècle.  Librairie Maritime et Coloniale. Paris; 1902 (284 p.)

Berthaut, Léon. “La pêche à Terre-Neuve” (séance publique, jeudi 30 janvier 1902), Société normande de géographie, vol. 24, #10-12; juillet-septembre 1902.

Bethel, Slingsby.  An Account of the French Usurpation upon the Trade of England, and What Great Damage the English Do Yearly Sustain by their Commerce, and How the Same May be Retrenched, and England Improved in Riches and Interest.  London; MDCLXXIX (24 p.)

Biddle, Richard. A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot; with a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery.  Books for Libraries Press. Freeport, New York; 1970 (xiv + 328 p.)

Bracq, Jean-Charlemagne. “La question de Terre-Neuve d’après des documents anglais”, Revue Historique, tome LXXXV. Paris; 1904 (20 p.)

Brière, Jean-François. “L’Armement français pour la pêche à Terre-Neuve au XVIIIe siècle” (Phd Thesis).  York University. Toronto; janvier 1980 (442 p.)

Brière, Jean-François. “L’État et le commerce de la morue de Terre-Neuve en France au XVIIIe siècle”, Revue d'histoire de l’Amérique française, vol. 36, #3; décembre 1982 [p. 323-338].

Brière, Jean-François. “Granville and the Newfoundland Fisheries in the 18th Century”. Paper presented at the Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association.  University of British Columbia, Vancouver; June 8, 1983 (26 p.)

Brière, Jean-François. “Géographie historique de la pêche terre-neuvière française dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle”, Proceedings of the Tenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, April 12-14, 1984. University Press of America; 1985 [p. 95-112].

Brière, Jean-François. La pêche française en Amérique du Nord au XVIIIe siècle.  Éditions Fides (Collection Fleur de Lys). Cap Saint-Ignace; 1990 (xxx + 272 p.)

Brodhurst, Spencer. “The History of the Newfoundland Question”, The Law Magazine and Review, vol. XXV; 1899-1900 [p. 67-86].

Carpon, C.J.A. Voyage à Terre-Neuve.  Dutot Éditeur/Eugène Poisson. Paris/Caen; 1852 (240 p.)

Chappell, Edward. Voyage of His Majesty’s Ship Rosamond to Newfoundland and the Southern Coast of Labrador.  J. Mawman. London; 1818 (270 p.)

Collet, C.D. “Great Britain and France versus Newfoundland”, The Asiatic Quarterly Review, vol. III; January-April 1892 [p. 354-364].

Cormack, W.E. Narrative of a Journey across the Island of Newfoundland in 1822.  Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd. London, NewYork and Toronto; 1928 (99 p.)

Cruchon, J. “The French in Newfoundland”, Literary Digest, vol. III, #20 [p. 534-535].

Dashwood, Major-General R.L. “The French in Newfoundland” (Lecture given on Wednesday February 15, 1899), Royal United Service Institution Journal, vol. 43; 1899 [p. 1177-1201].

Dilke, Charles W. “Newfoundland”, The Speaker.  March 18, 1893 [p. 303-304].

Duhamel du Monceau, H.L. Traité général des pesches. [6 vol.].  Sallant et Nyon. Paris; 1769.

Dupont, Jean-Claude. Contribution à l’ethnographie des côtes de Terre-Neuve.  Université Laval. Québec; 1968 (vii + 166 p.) [surtout p. 68-74].

Edant, Marcel. “The French Cod-fisheries on the Newfoundland Banks”, Harper's Weekly, vol. 35, #1817; October 17, 1891 [p. 798].

English, L.E.F. “After Utrecht”, Newfoundland Stories and Ballads, vol. 3, #2; Winter/Spring 1957 [p. 3-5].

English, L.E.F. The Story of Placentia: Three Centuries... Two Flags.  Guardian Limited. Placentia; August 1962 (20 p.)

Flourens, Émile. “Newfoundland and the French”, New Review, vol. 3, #14; 1890 [p. 29-44].

Fonvielle, W. de. “La France à Terre-Neuve”, Le Cosmos: Revue des sciences et de leurs applications, tome XLII.  Paris; 1900 [p. 773-777].

Frankland, C.C. “The French Fisheries at Newfoundland”, Simmond’s Colonial Magazine, vol. 10; 1847 [p. 433-437].

Frégault, Guy. Iberville le Conquérant.  Société des Éditions Pascal. Montréal; 1944 (422 p.)

Gobineau, Comte Arthur de. “Voyage  à Terre-Neuve”, Le Tour du Monde. [p. 401-416].

Goldsmith, H.C. “Newfoundland and the French Fishery Question”, National and English Review, vol. 15; 1890 [p. 404-411].

Government of Newfoundland. Inventory of Articles in French Fishing Stations on the Coast of Newfoundland, 1905/Inventaire des articles dans les établissements de pêche français sur les côtes de Terre-Neuve, 1905.  1905 [no page numbering/aucune pagination].

The Graphic. “Topics of the Week: French Claims in Newfoundland”.  May 17, 1890 [p. 550].

The Graphic. “An Old Quarrel”.  October 17, 1896 [p. 501].

Grenier, Robert. “Excavating a 400-year-old Basque Galleon”, National Geographic, vol. 168, #1; July 1985 [p. 58-67].

Greswell, William. “The Crisis in Newfoundland”, Fortnightly Review, #57; March 1895 [p. 467-474].

Groyer, Pierre. Mémoires de la vie et des adventures de Nicolas Gargot, Capitaine de marine.  Paris; 1668 (155 p.)

Harrisse, Henri. Découverte et évolution cartographique de Terre-Neuve et des pays circonvoisins, 1497-1501-1769.  Henry Steven, Son and Stiles. London; MDCCC (420 p.)

Harvut, Hippolyte. “Les Malouins à Terre-Neuve et les droits de la France sur cette île d’après des documents authentiques”, Annales de Bretagne, vol. 9.  Oberthur. Rennes; 1893 [p. 1-20].

Hay, J.V. “The Newfoundland Trouble”, Golden Days.  August 23, 1890 [p. 612].

Head, Clifford Grant. “The French on the Southern Coasts” and “French Shore Fishery”, in “The Changing Geography of Newfoundland in the Eighteenth Century”  (Phd Thesis). University of Wisconsin; (xvi + 502 p.) [p. 76-82 and p. 332-336].

Hélias, Pierre-Jakez. Le Cheval d’orgueil: mémoires d’un Breton du pays Bigouden.  Librairie Plon (Éditions Terre Humaine); 1975 (576 p.)

Hill, Alexander Staveley. “The Newfoundland Fisheries”, The Graphic.  January 17, 1891 [p. 65].

Hiller, J.K. “Utrecht Revisited: the Origins of Fishing Rights in Newfoundland Waters”, Newfoundland Studies, vol. 7, #1; Spring 1991 [p. 23-39].

Hiller, J.K. “The 1904 Anglo-French Newfoundland Fisheries Convention: Another Look”, Acadiensis, vol. 25, #1; Autumn 1995 [p. 82-98].

Hiller, J.K. “The Newfoundland Fisheries Issue in Anglo-French Treaties, 1713-1904”, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, vol. 24, #1; January 1996 [p. 1-23].

Horwood, Harold. “Pirates in Newfoundland in the XVIIth, XVIIIth and XIXth Centuries” (unpublished).  Newfoundland Historical Society; March 14, 1967 (17 p.)

Horwood, Harold. “French in Newfoundland” (unpublished); 1968 (37 p.)

Horwood, Harold. “Placentia, Newfoundland”, Eastern Provincial Inflight, vol. 1, #7; 1980 [p. 34-37].

Houston, W. “The French Claim to Newfoundland”, The Week; January 25, 1895 [p. 201-202].

Howley, Rev. Bishop. “The Old Basque Tombstones at Placentia”.  Read May 27, 1902, Royal Society of Canada; [p. 79-92].
 

Humphreys, John. Plaisance.  Musées nationaux du Canada/National Museums of Canada: Publications d’Histoire /Publications in History, #3.  Ottawa; 1970 (viii + 24 p.)

Janzen, Olaf Uwe. “Une Grande Liaison: French Fishermen from Île Royale on the Coast of Southwestern Newfoundland, 1714-1766 - a Preliminary Survey”, Newfoundland Studies, vol. 3, #2, Fall 1987 [p. 183-200].

Janzen, Olaf Uwe. “‘Bretons... sans scrupule’: the Family Chenu of Saint-Malo and the Illicit Trade in Cod During the Middle of the XVIIIth Century” (unpublished, a paper presented at the annual meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society).  Martinique et Guadeloupe; May 1988 [p. 14-21].

Janzen, Olaf Uwe. “‘Une Petite République’ in Southwestern Newfoundland: the Limits of Imperial Authority in a Remote Maritime Environment”, Research in Maritime History: ‘People of the Northern Seas’, #3; December 1992 [p. 1-33].

Janzen, Olaf Uwe. “Showing the Flag: Hugh Palliser in Western Newfoundland, 1764”, Northern Mariner, vol. 3, #3; July 1993 [p. 3-14].

Janzen, Olaf Uwe. “The Illicit Trade in English Cod into Spain, 1739-1748”, International Journal of Maritime History, vol. 8, #1; June 1996 [p. 1-22].

Jukes, J.B. Excursions In and About Newfoundland During the Years 1839 & 1840, (2 vol.) John Murray. London; 1842 (x + 322 p.; iv + 354 p.) [especially vol. 1; p. 118-181].

The Juridical Review. “Current Topics: France and the Newfoundland Shore”.  1901 [p. 93].

La Morandière, Charles de. Histoire de la pêche française de la morue dans l’Atlantique septentionale (3 tomes).  G.P. Maisonneuve et Larose. Paris; 1962 (1392 p.)

La Morandière, Charles de. “Les Français à Terre-Neuve”, Neptunia, #90; printemps 1968 [p. 11-19].

La Roncière, Charles de. La Question de Terre-Neuve: les droits indiscutables de la France, d’après des documents inédits.  L. de Soye et Fils. Paris; 1904 (36 p.)

Laut, A.C. “Cruising on the French Treaty Shore”, Westminster Review, vol. 151; April 1899 [p. 381-387].

Le Blant, Robert. “La colonie française de Terre-Neuve sous Louis XIV: Daniel d’Auger de Subercase, Gouverneur de Plaisance (1703-1705)”, in Nova Francia, vol. 7, #1; janvier-juin 1932 [p. 1-80].

Le Blant, Robert. “Une sédition basque à Terre-Neuve en 1690”, Revue historique et archéologique du Béarn et du Pays basque.  G. Lescher-Moutoué. Pau; 1932 (21 p.)
 

Le Blant, Robert. Un Colonial sous Louis XIV: Philippe de Pastour de Costebelle, gouverneur de Terre-Neuve puis de l’Île Royale (1661-1717).  P. Pradeu. Dax, France; 1935 (260 p.)

Le Conte, René. “Terre-Neuve”, Revue du droit public et de la science politique en France et à l'étranger, vol. 41; octobre-décembre 1924 [p. 647-658].

Le Conte, René. “Terre-Neuve: les modifications territoriales de la colonie”, Bulletin de la Société de Géographie de Québec, vol. 19, #3; mai-septembre 1925 [p. 168-173].

Literary Digest. “Foreign: The Newfoundland Troubles”.  Vol. 2; April 4, 1891 [p. 637-638].

Lloyd, F.E.J. “The French in Newfoundland: An Historical Retrospect”, The Week, vol. 8; March 27, 1891 [p. 268-269].

London Magazine. “Monthly Chronologer: On the 24th of June, four Frenchmen of War, and a Bomb Ketch, entered the bay of Bulls, and landed some troops...”.  July 1762 [p. 396].

London Magazine. “Monthly Chronologer: The French Found in the port of St. John in Newfoundland 45 pieces of iron cannon...”.  August 1762 [p. 447].

MacDonald, N. “The French in Newfoundland; Newfoundland and its Fisheries”, Harper’s Weekly, vol. 34, #1752; July 19, 1890 [p. 553 and 555].

MacDonald, N. “The French in Newfoundland”, Harper's Weekly, vol. 34, #1752; July 19, 1890 [p. 555].

MacDonald, N. “A War Ship Closing of Lobster Factory”, Harper's Weekly, vol. 34, #1753; July 26, 1890.

MacMillan's Magazine. “France and Newfoundland”.  March 1899 [p. 359-366].

Mannion, John J. “Settlers and Traders in Western Newfoundland”, Peopling of Newfoundland: Essays in Historical Geography (John Mannion, ed.).  Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1977 (289 p.) [p. 234-275].

Maurault, Olivier. “Essai sur Terre-Neuve”, Cahier des Dix, #15.  Les Éditions des Dix. Montréal; 1950 (27 p.)

McCarthy, M.J.M. “The French Colony at Placentia” (copy of address given by M.J.M. McCarhty to the Newfoundland Historical Society); November 1973 (16 p.)

McGrath, P.T. “French Rights in Newfoundland”, National and English Review, vol. 32; September 1898 [p. 123-128]; also in Baker, Melvin. Articles of P.T. McGrath.  Fall 1973 [p. 4-7].

McGrath, P.T. “France in Newfoundland”, The Nineteenth Century.  January 1899 [p. 46-55]; also in Baker, Melvin. Articles of P.T. McGrath.  Fall 1973 [p. 12-21].

McGrath, P.T. “The French Shore Acute Again”, Fortnightly Review.  January 1900 [p. 110-120]; also in Baker, Melvin. Articles of P.T. McGrath.  Fall 1973 [p. 22-32].

McGrath, P.T. “Around the French Shore”, Chambers Journal, vol. IV, #161; December 29, 1900 [p. 65-70].

McGrath, P.T. “The Anglo-French-American Shore”, The North American Review, vol. 174, #542; January 1902 [p. 113-123]; also in Baker, Melvin. Articles of P.T. McGrath.  Fall 1973 [p. 37-47].

Millon, Charles. Aventures du Rochelais Nicolas Gargot.  LaRochelle; 1928 (225 p.)

Mollat, Michel. Le Commerce maritime normand à la fin du Moyen-Âge.  Librairie Plon. Paris; 1952 (xxxv + 591 p.)

Mollat, Michel (sous la direction de). Histoire des pêches maritimes en France.  Bibliothèque Historique Privat. Toulouse; 1987 (414 p.)

Morison, Donald. “The Discontent in Newfoundland”, The Forum, vol. IX; [p. 695-704].

Morison, Samuel Eliot.  The European Discovery of American: the Northern Voyages.  Oxford University Press. New York; 1971 (712 p.)

Munn, W.A. “The Roving Spirit of the Basques and Normans”, Newfoundland Quarterly; Spring 1934 [no page numbering].

Musset, Georges. Les Rochelais à Terre-Neuve, 1500-1550.  Ernest Leroux. Paris; 1893 (32 p.)

The National Observer. “Newfoundland”.  January 17, 1891 [p. 218-219].

The National Observer. “The Newfoundland Delegation”.  March 28, 1891 [p. 478-479].

Neary, Peter. “The French Shore Question, 1865-1878” (M.A. Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John's, Newfoundland; September 12, 1961 (vi + 263 p.)

Neary, Peter. “The French and American Shore Questions as Factors in Newfoundland’s History”, Newfoundland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Essays in Interpretation (James Hiller and Peter Neary, eds.).  University of Toronto Press. Toronto; 1980 (viii + 292 p.) [p. 95-122].

The New Age. “The Newfoundland Fishery Dispute”.  January 12, 1899 [p. 638].

Newfoundland House of Assembly. “Resolutions Re The French Shore Question”.  St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1904 (2 p.)

Observer’s Weekly. “Outline of Newfoundland History”.  Vol. 2, #25; 22 December 1934 [p. 8].

O’Reilly, John A. “The Louisbourg of Newfoundland”, Newfoundland Quarterly, vol. 11, #1; Summer 1911 [p. 26, 28].

The Outlook. “A Week of Empire: The French in Newfoundland”.  August 13, 1898 [p. 40].

The Outlook. “A Week of Empire: Re-enter Newfoundland”.  Vol. 2; November 12, 1898 [p. 456].

The Outlook. “Newfoundland and the Way Out”.  January 7, 1899 [p. 714-715].

The Outlook. “A Week of Empire: A Critical Year in Newfoundland”.  Vol. 4, #100; December 30, 1899 [p. 704-705].

Perley, Henry. Great Britain Colonial Office: Memorandum of Information Relative to the French Fisheries at Newfoundland.  Government of Britain Foreign Office. Saint John, New Brunswick; October 19, 1857 (20 p.)

Pinsent, Robert J. “French Fishery Claims in Newfoundland”, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 27; April 1890 [p. 566-575].

Power, W.J. “Facts About the Ancient Capital”, The Adelphian, vol. 1, #2; Midsummer 1904 [p. 65-67].

Proulx, Jean-Pierre. “Le ‘Vieux Fort’ de Plaisance”, Miscellaneous Historical Reports on Sites in the Atlantic Provinces, Manuscript Report #107.  Parks Canada. Department of Indian and Northern Affairs; May 1970 [p. 235-245].

Proulx, Jean-Pierre. “Histoire militaire de Plaisance: une étude sur les fortifications françaises”, Parcs Canada: Histoire et archéologie, #26; 1979 (190 p.) [p. 1-112].

Proulx, Jean-Pierre. Plaisance: 1713-1811 et Plaisance, Terre-Neuve. Histoire militaire de Plaisance: une étude sur les fortifications françaises.  Parcs Canada: Histoire et archéologie, #26; 1979 (190 p.)

Proulx, Jean-Pierre. “La colonie d’Avalon”, Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada Agenda Papers, June 16-21, 1986.  Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; 1986 [p. 65-82].

Proulx, Jean-Pierre.  Basque Whaling in Labrador in the 16th Century.  Minister of Supply and Services. Ottawa; 1993 (108 p.)

Prowse, D.W. “The Newfoundland Question”, The Graphic; January 21, 1899 [p. 71].

Prowse, D.W. “French Shore Question”, The Nation, vol. 78, #2027;  May 5, 1904 [p. 349-350].

Prowse, D.W. “Local Government in Newfoundland”, University of Toronto Studies, vol. 2, #13; 1907 [p. 271-278].

Prowse, D.W. A History of Newfoundland from the English, Colonial and Foreign Records.  MacMillan & Company. London; 1985 (742 p.)

Prowse, Judge. “Facts and Figures in Newfoundland”, The Outlook; January 21, 1899 [p. 787].

Public Opinion. “The French in Newfoundland”; July 23, 1881 [p. 99-100].

Quartier, Jacques. Voyages de découverte au Canada entre les années 1534 et 1542, suivis de la description de Québec et de ses environs en 1608, et de divers extraits relativement au lieu de l’hivernement de Jacques Quartier en 1535-36.  William Cowan et Fils. Québec; 1843 (130 p.)

Questions diplomatiques et coloniales. “Chroniques: la question de Terre-Neuve”.  Vol. 6; 1899 [p. 105-107].

Quigg, L.E. “The Trouble in Newfoundland”, Harper's Weekly (Supplement), vol. 35; April 11, 1891 [p. 273-276].

Rockwood, Art. “Bullets Made of Gold”, Downhomer, vol. 9, #11; April 1997 [p. 67].

Rogers, J.D. A Historical Geography of the British Colonies, vol. 5, part IV.  Oxford at the Charendon Press; 1861 (274 p.)

Rowe, Frederik, W. “The French Shore”, A History of Newfoundland and Labrador.  McGraw-Hill-Ryerson. Toronto; 1980 (563 p.) [p. 311-325].

The Saturday Review. “The Newfoundland Fisheries”.  January 25, 1890 [p. 103].

The Saturday Review. “The Newfoundland Fishery”.  May 17, 1890 [p. 595-596].

The Saturday Review. “Newfoundland”.  May 31, 1890 [p. 663-664].

The Scots Observer. “Newfoundland”.  May 31, 1890 [p. 85-86].

Smallwood, Joseph R.  “Tramping 100 Miles on the West Coast”, Newfoundland Quarterly, vol. 28, #4; February 1995 [p. 19-25].

The Speaker. “Politics in Newfoundland”.  April 26, 1890 [p. 450-451].

Spearman, Edward R. “Sacrificing the First-Born: England and Newfoundland”, The Westminster Review, vol. 137, #4; April 1892 [p. 403-421].

Staveley, Michael. “The French Shore in the Settlement of Newfoundland”.  Paper read at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. Calgary; May 1968 (16 p.)

Stead, W.T. (Ed.). “French Rights, Newfoundland Wrongs”, Review of Reviews, vol. 2; July-December 1890 [p. 543-544].

Stead, W.T. (Ed). “A French View of Newfoundland Difficulty”, Review of Reviews, vol. 5, #29 [p. 584-585].

Thompson, Frederic F. The French Shore Problem in Newfoundland: An Imperial Study.  University of Toronto Press. Toronto; 1961 (x + 222 p.)

Thoulet, Julien. Un Voyage à Terre-Neuve.  Nancy, Berger-Lerrault & Cie., Librairies Éditeurs. Paris; 1891 (171 p.)

Tompkins, Edward. “French Mapping of Newfoundland” (Paper Presented at the 1987 ACML Annual Conference), Bulletin, Association of Canadian Map Libraries/Association des Cartothèques canadiennes, #64; September 1987 [p. 10-12].

Tricoche, Georges Nestler. Terre-Neuve et alentours; Îles de la Madeleine, Labrador, Saint-Pierre et Miquelon.  Éditions Pierre Roger. Paris; 1929 (287 p.)

Tuck, James A. “Unearthing Red Bay's Whaling History”, National Geographic, vol. 168, #1; July 1985 [p. 50-57].

Tuck, James A. and Grenier, Robert. Red Bay, Labrador: World Whaling Capital A.D. 1550-1600.  Atlantic Archeology Limited. St. John's, Newfoundland; 1989 (iv + 68 p.)

Turgeon, Laurier. “Pêches basques en Atlantique Nord (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles)” (Thèse de doctorat de 3e cycle sous la direction de Pierre Guillaume).  Université de Bordeaux III; 1982 (367 p.)

Turgeon, Laurier. “Pêcheurs basques et indiens des côtés du Saint-Laurent au XVIe siècle”, Études Canadiennes/Canadian Studies, vol. 13; 1982 [p. 9-15].

Turgeon, Laurier. “Pour redécouvrir notre XVIe siècle: les pêches à Terre-Neuve d’après les Archives Notariales de Bordeaux”, Revue d'Histoire de l'Amérique française, printemps 1986 [p. 523-549].

Val d'Eremao, J.P. “Newfoundland and French Fishery Rights”, Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly  Review and Oriental and Colonial Record, vol. 10, ser. 2; October 1895 [p. 376-399].

Vedette. “French in Placentia”, Atlantic Advocate, vol. 58, #9; May 1968 [p. 69].

The Week. “Current Topics: The French Shore Difficulty”.  Vol. XII, #24; May 10, 1895 [p. 555].

The Week. “Current Topics: The French in Newfoundland, the Latest Agression”.  Vol. XII, #40; Friday, August 30, 1895 [p. 939-940].

The Week. “Current Topics: Newfoundland Shores”.  Vol. XIII, #13; February 21, 1896 [p. 295].

Whitbourne, Richard. A Discoervs and Discovery of Nevv-found-land.  Felix Kingston. London; 1623 (no page numbering).

White, A.S. “The French Shore Question and its Settlement”, The Adelphian, vol. 1, #2; Midsummer 1904 [p. 91-94].

Whiteway, William V., Bond, Robert, Harvey, A.W., and Emerson, George H. “The Newfoundland Fisheries Dispute”, The Fortnghtly Review, #CCLXXXV; September 1, 1890 [p. 317-325].

Wilkshire, Michael. “The French in Newfoundland”, Newfoundland Ancestor, vol. 10, #3-4; November 1994 [p. 84-91].

Willson, Beckles. “An Imperial Crisis: ‘Satisfactory Settlement of Certain Separation’”, The Outlook; December 31, 1898 [p. 683-684].

Wilson, Harold. French Shore Question.  S.E. Garland Publisher. Newfoundland; 1904 (132 p.)

Wilson, Rev. Harold F. The Newfoundland Fishery Dispute or The “French Shore Question”.  S.E. Garland Publisher. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1904 (134 p.)

Winter, J.S., Scott, P.J., and Morine, A.B. French Treaty Rights in Newfoundland.  P.S. King & Sons. London; 1890 (130 p.)

Winter, J.S., Scott, P.J., Morine, A.B. et al. “Two Views of the Newfoundland Question”, The Speaker; May 31, 1890 [p. 588-591].

Winton, R. “French Domination in Newfoundland”, The Week; August 7, 1896 [p. 880-881].

Youth Companion. “Newfoundland”.  June 26,1890 [p. 348].

Youth Companion. “The ‘French Shore’ Question”.  Vol. 75; February 7, 1900 [p. 66].

Yvon, R.P. Avec les pêcheurs de Terre-Neuve et du Groenland.  Éditions L'Ancre de Marine. Saint Malo, France; 1986 (292 p.)
   

Modern French Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador

Abbott, Louise. “Newfoundland’s Proud French”, The Gazette (Montreal); January 30, 1988 [p. J1-J3].

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Bennett Knight, Margaret.  “Scottish Gaelic, English and French: Some Aspects of the Macaronic Tradition of the Codroy Valley”, RLS Regional Language Studies... Newfoundland, vol. 4; May 1972 [p. 25-30].

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Butler, Gary. “Culture, Cognition and Communication: Fishermen’s Location Finding in l’Anse-à-Canards, Newfoundland”, Canadian Folklore/Folkore canadien, vol. 5, #1-2; 1983 [p. 7-21].

Butler, Gary. “Supernatural Folk Belief Expression in a French Newfoundland Community: a Study of Expressive Form, Communicative Process and Social Function in L’Anse-à-Canards” (Phd Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1985 (433 p.)

Butler, Gary R. “Folksong Performance in French-Newfoundland Culture: a Re-Examination of Public and Private Dimensions of Expression”, Canadian Folk Music Journal, vol. 14; 1986 [p. 19-26].

Butler, Gary R. Saying isn’t Believing. Conversation, Narrative and the Discourse of Belief in a French Newfoundland Community.  Institute of Social and Economic Research (Memorial University of Newfoundland) and the American Folklore Society. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1990 (199 p.)

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Butler, Gary R. Histoire et tradition orales des Franco-Acadiens de Terre-Neuve.  Éditions Septentrion. Sillery, Québec; 1995 (264 p.)

Butler, Gary R. and King, Ruth. “Conversational Strategies in a Bilingual Context: Code-Switching in l’Anse-à-Canards, Newfoundland”, Papers from the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistics Association.  Dalhousie University. Halifax, Nova Scotia; November 9-10, 1984 [p. 11-18].

Butler, Rick. “Parlez-vous français? You Know it, Boy!”, Maclean’s, vol. 88, #9; September 1975 [p. 10].

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Clarke, Sandra and King, Ruth. “Speech Stereotypes in French Newfoundland: An Investigation of Language Attitudes on the Port-au-Port Peninsula”, Papers from the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; November 12-13, 1982 [p. 105-123].

Darby, Herbert Kelvin. “A Survey of the Lexicon of Fishing, Farming and Carpentry in the French Community of Cape St. George, Port-au-Port Peninsula, Newfoundland” (M.A. Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1978 (164 p.)

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Desplanques, Marie-Annick. “English-French Bilingualism on the Port-au-Port Peninsula, Newfoundland, with Special Reference to the Role of Folktale Narration”.  Master’s Thesis, Université de Haute-Normandie. Rouen; 1983.

Desplanques, Marie-Annick (et Angela Kerfont). Folktales from Western Newfoundland.  Cahiers de l’I.P.E.C., Presses universitaires de Rouen. Rouen; 1987 (30 p.)

Desplanques, Marie-Annick. “Women, Folklore and Communication: Informal Social Gatherings in a Franco-Newfoundland Context” (Phd Thesis).  Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; May 1991 (363 p.)

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Horwood, Harold. “French in Newfoundland” (unpublished). 1968 (37 p.)

King, Ruth. “Le Parler français de l’Anse-à-Canards et Maisons-d'Hiver” (M.A. Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1978 (163 p.)

King, Ruth. “A Preliminary Study of Anglicisms”, Papers from the Third Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.  Université Sainte-Anne. Church Point, Nova Scotia; December 7-8, 1979 [p. 58-69].

King, Ruth. “Hypercorrection in Newfoundland French”,  Papers from the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.  University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, New Brunswick; December 12-13, 1980 [p. 117-125].

King, Ruth. “L Deletion in Newfoundland French”, Regional Language Studies... Newfoundland, #10; September 1, 1982 [p. 2-14].

King, Ruth. “Variation and Change in Newfoundland French: a Sociolinguistic Study of Clitic Pronouns” (Phd Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1983 (281 p.)

King, Ruth. “Cliticization in Newfoundland French: A Sociolinguistic Analysis”, Papers from the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.  Université de Moncton. Moncton, New Brunswick; November 16-17, 1984 [p. 1-5].

King, Ruth and Nadasdi, Terry. “La puissance des pronoms faibles en français terre-neuvien”, Papers from the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.  Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; November 10-11, 1995 [p. 129-137].

King, Ruth and Paddock, Harold. “Étude de certains traits communs au français et à l’anglais terre-neuviens”, Si Que, #5; printemps 1982 [p. 99-114].

Kirwin, William J. “Selected French and English Fisheries Synonyms in Newfoundland”, RLS Regional Language Studies... Newfoundland, #9; December 15, 1980 [p. 10-21].

Lagacé, Julie. “La francophonie au Canada: les femmes de Labrador City parlent...”, Femmes d’action; juin 1994 [p. 38-39].

Lamarre, Nicole. “Kinship and Inheritance Patterns in a French Newfoundland Village”, Communities and Culture in French Canada (Gerald L. Gold and Marc-Adélard Tremblay).  Holt, Rinehart and Winston Canada. Toronto and Montreal; 1971 [p. 142-153].

Lamarre, Nicole. “Parenté et héritage du patrimoine dans un village français terre-neuvien”, Recherches sociographiques, vol. XII, #3; septembre-décembre 1971 [p. 345-359].

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LeBlanc, Jean-Claude. “Minority Language Education After the Supreme Court Decision/L’Éducation des minorités après l’arrêt de la Cour suprême”, Language and Society/Langue et Société, #32; Autumn/automne 1990 [p. 31-32]/[p. 31].

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Magord, André (écrit et animé par). Ça vient du t’choeur: voyage dans la communauté franco-terreneuvienne (Film réalisé par Ray Penton, Jr., André Magord, Jacques Renard, Imagine Productions).  1993 (52 min.) [English version entitled It Comes From the Heart].

Magord, André. “Vie et survie d´une minorité francophone hors Québec: les Franco-Terre-Neuviens”, Études canadiennes/Canadian Studies, #34; 1993 [p. 67-78].

Magord, André. “Une minorité francophone hors Québec: les Franco-Terreneuviens”, Canadiana Romanica, vol. 10; 1995 (x + 234 p.)

 Magord, André. “Le peuplement franco-terreneuvien: marges et frontières extrêmes”, Canadian Studies/Études canadiennes, #39; December/décembre 1995 [p. 80-101].

National Film Board of Canada/Office national du film du Canada. Chemin faisant (Film réalisé par l’ONF et Extension Service, Memorial University of Newfoundland).  1981 (27 min. 52 sec.) [English version entitled Making Our Way].

Newfoundland Herald. “Une Longue Veillée: Celebrating French Culture in Newfoundland”.  Vol. 37, #29; July 24-30, 1982 [p. 25].

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Peacock, Kenneth. Songs of Newfoundland Outports, 3 vol.  Secretary of State. Ottawa; 1965.

Poirier, Michel. Les Acadiens aux Îles Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, 1758-1828.  Les Éditions d’Acadie. Moncton; 1984 (528 p.)

Quigley, Colin Harding. “Creative Processes in Musical Composition: French Newfoundland Fiddler Emile Benoit” (Phd Thesis).  University of California. Los Angeles; 1987 (685 p.)

Quigley, Colin. “A French-Canadian Fiddler's Musical Worldview: the Violin is ‘Master of the World’”, in Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology: ‘Issues in the Conceptualization of Music’, vol. VII; [p. 99-122].

Quinlan, Sister Elizabeth. “History of Port-au-Port”.  Maritime History Group, Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; Winter 1972 (no page numbering).

Robichaud, Jacques. “Language Rights and the Courts/Des droits en cause: les cours tranchent”, Language and Society/Langue et Société, #22; Spring/printemps 1988 [p. 14].

Robillard, Jean-D. “Frères et soeurs francophones des Maritimes”, Action nationale, vol. LXXIII, #9; mai 1984 [p. 842-851].

Russell, Kelly. Rufus Guinchard, the Man and His Music.  Harry Cuff Publications Limited. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1982 (64 p.) [p. 19].

Ryan, Betty. “Geraldine Barter’s Fight for a French School in La Grand’Terre”, Newfoundland Lifestyle, vol. 3, #4; October-November 1985 [p. 18-19].

Seary, E.R. “French Element in Newfoundland Place Names” (Paper read before the Canadian Linguistic Association on June ii, 1958).  Also in Onomastica Canadiana, vol. 16; 1958 [p. 5-16].

Seary, E.R. “Some Portuguese, Spanish and Basque Place Names in Newfoundland” (unpublished address to the Canadian Association of Hispanists). May 26, 1971 (14 p.)

Seary, E.R. Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland.  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1976 (xxviii + 327 p.)

Sellers, Elizabeth. “Aspects of the Traditional Life of French Newfoundlanders of Black Duck Brook” (M.A. Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1978 (263 p.)

Simms, Joyce. “Labrador: Francophone Association Offers Many Services”, Newfoundland Herald, vol. 35, #33; August 23, 1980 [p. 24].

Sinclair, Robert. “French Speaking Group Active on West Coast”, Decks Awash, vol. 1, #6; February 1971 [p. 27].

Sloan, Tom. “Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island: A Variable Picture/Terre-Neuve, la Nouvelle-Écosse, l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard: des situations variées”, Language and Society/Langue et Société, #46; Summer/été 1994 [p. 33-35].

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Tardiff, Mario. “Au revoir cher ami”, Le Gaboteur, vol. 8, #21; le 18 septembre 1992 [p. 3].

Thomas, Gerald. “‘Qu’est-ce qui va au ciel sans échelle?’ La devinette: vieille tradition, tradition vivante”, Revue de Recherches ethnologiques, tome VII, # 6; novembre-décembre 1973 [p. 408-418].

Thomas, Gerald. “Aperçu sur les populations françaises de Terre-Neuve”, Bulletin de l'ACELF (Association canadienne d’éducation de langue française), vol. III, #1; janvier 1974 (p. 3).

Thomas, Gerald. “À la recherche du temps perdu: expérience d’un folkloriste à l’ouvrage”, Revue de Recherches ethnologiques, tome IX, #2; mars-avril 1975 [p. 111-120].

Thomas, Gerald. “Recording French Newfoundland’s Heritage”, MUN Gazette; December 19, 1975 [p. 5]/Luminus, vol. 4, #4; Winter 1976 [p. 6-7]/The Georgian, vol. VI, #13; February 5, 1976 [p. 3-4].

Thomas, Gerald. “Some Examples of Blason Populaire from the French Tradition of Western Newfoundland”, RLS Regional Language Studies... Newfoundland, #7; June 22, 1976 [p. 29-33].

Thomas, Gerald. “A Tradition under Pressure: Folk Narratives of the French Minority of the Port-au-Port Peninsula, Newfoundland (Canada)”, Studia Fennica, #20: ‘Folk Narrative Research’.  Helsinki; 1976 [p. 192-201].

Thomas, Gerald. “Le Centre d’Études franco-terreneuviennes et la culture traditionnelle des Franco-Terreneuviens”, Archives et Recherches régionales au Canada français.  CRCCF, Université d’Ottawa. Ottawa; 1977 [p. 3-12].

Thomas, Gerald. “Contexte, fonction et style d’un genre de littérature orale: Le Rouban d’Varture, un conte merveilleux franco-terreneuvien”, Nord, vol. 7: ‘Contes et Légendes’; 1977 [p. 65-83].

Thomas, Gerald. “The French Presence in Newfoundland Today”, Terre-Neuve, vol. 1, #1; 1977 [p. 6-10].

Thomas, Gerald. Stories, Storytelling and Storytellers in Newfoundland’s French Tradition: a Study of the Narrative Art of Four French Newfoundlanders (Phd Thesis).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1977 (823 p.)

Thomas, Gerald. “The Wild and the Tame: Animals in the Folklore of French Newfoundlanders”, Culture & Tradition, vol. 2; 1977 [p. 65-74].

Thomas, Gerald. “Le Centre d’Études franco-terreneuviennes: bilan des activités, axes de développement”, Terre-Neuve, vol. 2, #3; décembre 1978 [p. 3-7].

Thomas, Gerald. “L’État actuel de la recherche sur le conte populaire chez les Franco-Terreneuviens”, Mélanges en l’honneur de Luc Lacourcière (Jean-Claude Dupont, éd.).  Leméac. Ottawa; 1978 [p. 421-430].

Thomas, Gerald. “Les Études de folklore et d'histoire orale chez les Franco-Terreneuviens”, Folklore and Oral History (Neil V. Rosenberg, ed.).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1978 [p. 63-72].

Thomas, Gerald. Songs Sung by French Newfoundlanders: a Catalogue of the Holdings of the Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive.  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1978 (ix + 93 p.)

Thomas, Gerald. “The Folktale and Folktale Style in the Tradition of French Newfoundlanders”, Canadian Folklore/Folklore canadien, vol. 1, #1-2; 1979 [p. 71-78].

Thomas, Gerald. “Traditional French Culture in Newfoundland”, Modern Languages Council Newsletter (NTA), vol. 2, #1; 1979 [p. 6-7].

Thomas, Gerald. “Effets réciproques entre conteur et assistance dans un contexte narratif franco-terreneuvien”, Culture & Tradition, vol. 5; 1980 [p. 33-42].

Thomas, Gerald. “Other Worlds: The Folktale and Soap Opera in Newfoundland’s French Tradition”, Folklore Studies in Honour of Herbert Halpert (Kenneth S. Goldstein and Neil V. Rosenberg, eds.).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1980 [p. 343-351].

Thomas, Gerald. “‘Le Conte du renard rouge’: conte merveilleux franco-terreneuvien”, The Livyere, vol. 1, #1; Summer 1981 [p. 8-11].

Thomas, Gerald. “‘Le Conte de la main coupée’: conte franco-terreneuvien de Cap-St-Georges”, The Livyere, vol. 1, #2; Fall 1981 [p. 6-8].

Thomas, Gerald. “Contemporary Traditional Music in Newfoundland”, Canadian Folk Music Society (Bulletin), vol. XV, #3; 1981 [p. 3-6].

Thomas, Gerald. “Emile Joseph Benoit”, Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 1 (Joseph R. Smallwood, ed.).  Newfoundland Book Publishers (1967) Limited. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1981 [p. 178].

Thomas, Gerald. “Formulettes éducatives de première enfance chez les Franco-Terreneuviens: une tradition mixte”, Canadian Folklore/Folklore canadien, vol. 3, #2; 1981 [p. 136-148].

Thomas, Gerald. “Cornelius Rouzes (1926-1981): violoneux, chanteur, raconteur, Franco-Terreneuvien”, The Livyere, vol. 1, #3-4; Winter/Spring 1982 [p. 8-11].

Thomas, Gerald. “‘Le Conte de l’épée d’or’: conte merveilleux franco-terreneuvien”, The Livyere, vol. 2, #1; August-October 1982 [p. 6-9].

Thomas, Gerald. “Les Devinailles de Guillaume Robin ou l’Apprentissage du professeur”, En R’montant la tradition: Hommage au Père Anselme Chiasson (sous la direction de Ronald Labelle et Lauraine Léger).  Les Éditions d’Acadie. Moncton; 1982 [p. 195-210].

Thomas, Gerald. “The French Spoken on the Port-au-Port Peninsula of Newfoundland”, Languages in Newfoundland and Labrador (Harold J. Paddock, ed.).  Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1982 [p. 42-61].

Thomas, Gerald. “Some Acadian Family Names in Western Newfoundland”, Onomastica Canadiana, #62; December 1982 [p. 23-34].

Thomas, Gerald. “Two Folktales from Marche’s Point, Port-au-Port Peninsula”, The Livyere, vol. 1, #3-4; Winter/Spring 1982 [p. 6-7].

Thomas, Gerald. “Aspects of the Culture of the French Minority of Newfoundland’s West Coast” (Paper presented at the conference ‘Ethnic Identity in Atlantic Canada’, April 1981).  Also in Canadian Materials for Schools and Libraries, vol. 11, #6; November 1983.

Thomas, Gerald. “Le Centre d’Études Franco-Terreneuviennes (CEFT)”, Quatre siècles d'identité canadienne (René Dionne, éd).  Bellarmin. Montréal; 1983 [p. 17-32].

Thomas, Gerald. Les Deux Traditions: le conte populaire chez les Franco-Terreneuviens.  Bellarmin. Montréal; 1983 (479 p.)

Thomas, Gerald. “Notes on Some Acadian Family Names in Western Newfoundland”, The Livyere; June 1983 [p. 17-21].

Thomas, Gerald. “French Folklore”, Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 2 (Joseph R. Smallwood, ed.).  Newfoundland Book Publishers (1967) Limited. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1984 [p. 268-270].

Thomas, Gerald. “French Language”, Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 2 (Joseph R. Smallwood, ed.).  Newfoundland Book Publishers (1967) Limited. St. John's, Newfoundland; 1984 [p. 405-407].

Thomas, Gerald. “Emile Benoit, Franco-Newfoundland storyteller: individual and ethnic identity”, Papers IV: the 8th Congress for the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (Bergen, June 12-17, 1984) (Reimund Kvideland and Torunn Selberg, eds.).  Bergen; 1985 [p. 287-298].

Thomas, Gerald. “French Family Names on the Port-au-Port Peninsula, Newfoundland”, Onomastica Canadiana, vol. 68, #1; June 1986 [p. 21-33].

Thomas, Gerald. “Noms de lieux et de lieux-dits associés aux Franco-Terreneuviens de la presqu'île de Port-au-Port”, 450 ans de noms de lieux français en Amérique du Nord.  Les Publications du Québec. Québec; 1986 [p. 259-272].

Thomas, Gerald. “Terre-Neuviens, Franco-Terre-Neuviens, Canadiens: minorités et minorités”, Études canadiennes/Canadian Studies, vol. 21, # 2; 1986 [p. 129-136].

Thomas, Gerald. “Albert ‘Ding-Ding’ Simon: a Tall Tale Teller from Newfoundland’s French Tradition”, Newfoundland Studies, vol. 3, #2; Fall 1987 [p. 227-250].

Thomas, Gerald. “The Æsthetics of Märchen Narration in Franco-Newfoundland Tradition”, Lore and Language, vol. 10, #2; 1991 [p. 39-47].

Thomas, Gerald. “Concepts of Truth and Time in the Mind of a Franco-Newfoundland Storyteller”, Studies in Newfoundland Folklore: Community and Process (Gerald Thomas and J.D.A. Widdowson, eds).  Breakwater. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1991 (334 p.) [p. 53-77].

Thomas, Gerald. “Modernity in Contemporary Märchen: Some Newfoundland Examples”, Lore & Language, vol. 10, #1; 1991 [p. 59-66].

Thomas, Gerald. “Tcheques paroles sus Emile Benoit”, Le Gaboteur, vol. 8, #21; le 18 septembre 1992 [p. 4-5].

Thomas, Gerald. The Two Traditions: The Art of Storytelling Amongst French Newfoundlanders (Translation of Les Deux Traditions above).  Breakwater Books. St. John’s, Newfoundland; 1993 (382 p.)

Thomas, Gerald. “Folklore, Fieldwork and Performance: Some Reflections”, Nordic Yearbook of Folklore; 1994 [p. 47-69].

Thomas, Gerald. “Luc Lacourcière in Newfoundland”, Folklore Historian, vol. 11; 1994 [p. 5-14].

Thomas. Gerald. “The Marketing of a Tradition”, Folklore in Use, Applications in the Real World, vol. 2, #1; 1994 [p. 89-101].

Thomas, Gerald. “Noël, la Chandeleur, Mardi Gras. Begging Rituals in French Newfoundland”, Fields of Folklore: Essays in Honor of Kenneth S. Goldstein (Roger D. Abrahams, ed.).  Trickster Press. Bloomington, IN; 1995 [p. 300-310].

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Turpin, Carmen. “A Master Fiddler Remembered”, The Express.  St. John’s, Newfoundland. September 16, 1992 [p. 10].

Vastel, Michel. “L’Épopée de la Grand’Terre”, L'Actualité;  août 1997 [p. 58].

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Waddell, Eric et Doran, Claire. “Les Franco-Terre-Neuviens: survie et renaissance équivoques”, Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, vol. 23, #58; avril 1979 [p. 143-156].

Ward, Stephen. “Emile Benoit: Fiddler from the Heart”, The Sunday Telegram.  St. John’s, Newfoundland; Sunday, December 17, 1989 [p. 16].

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Note: see also the searchable Bibliographie de St-Pierre et Miquelon.

Voir aussi la Bibliographie de St-Pierre et Miquelon (consultable).


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