Volume 17, Number 2

Fall 2001

Contents

The New Early Modern Newfoundland: Part One

Introduction: the New Early Modern Newfoundland, the Eighteenth Century
PETER E. POPE

Historical Fence Building: A Critique of the Historiography of Newfoundland
KEITH MATTHEWS

The Fishing Admirals in Eighteenth-Century Newfoundland
JERRY BANNISTER

« Qu'il sera fait droit à qui il appartiendra »; la société de Lasson-Daccarrette à Plaisance 1700-1715
NICOLAS LANDRY

Irish Migration and Settlement in Newfoundland: The Formative Phase, 1697-1732
JOHN MANNION

"They are not such great Rogues as some of their Neighbours": A Scottish Supercargo in the Newfoundland Fish Trade, 1726
OLAF JANZEN

RESEARCH NOTES

The Labrador Boundary That Never Was
JAMES K. HILLER

Eighteenth-Century Innu (Montagnais) and Inuit Toponyms in the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland
CHARLES A. MARTIJN and LOUIS-JACQUES DORAIS
(with the collaboration of José Mailhot and Gerald McNulty)

REVIEWS

Old Newfoundland: A History to 1843, Patrick O'Flaherty
C. GRANT HEAD

Atlantic Canada, A Region in the Making, Margaret R. Conrad and James K. Hiller
JOHN REID

Index to Volume 17