Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Volume 33, Number 1

Spring 2018

CONTENTS

Introduction to the Basque Papers
BRAD LOEWEN

Indigenous Traces on Basque Sites: Direct Contact or Later Reoccupation? VINCENT DELMAS

The Basque Seal Trade with Labrador in the Seventeenth Century
JAVI CASTRO

The Onomastics of Inuit/Iberian Names in Southern Labrador in the Historic Past
GREG MITCHELL and IHINTZA MARGUIRAULT

Relations between the Basques and the French Administration of Plaisance, 1660–1713
NICOLAS LANDRY

The Isle aux Morts Shipwreck: A Contribution to Seventeenth-Century Material Culture In Newfoundland
GAELLE DIEULEFET

A Permanent Place in Newfoundland: Seventeenth-Century Basque Tombstones in Placentia
MIREN EGANA GOYA

200 In the Midst of Diversity: Recognizing the Seventeenth--Century Basque Cultural Landscape and Ceramic Identity in Southern Newfoundland and Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon
CATHERINE LOSIER, BRAD LOEWEN and MIREN EGANA GOYA

RESEARCH NOTES

James Murray and the 1882 Newfoundland General Election
JAMES HILLER

DOCUMENTS

Missionary August Freitag on Music among the Inuit of Labrador in 1844 HANS ROLLMANN and TOM GORDON

REVIEW ESSAYS

Tales of Medical Adventure
J.T.H. CONNOR

BOOK REVIEWS

Wayne Johnston. First Snow, Last Light.
SHOSHANNAH GANZ

Joel Thomas Hynes. We’ll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night.
MELANIE HURLEY

Jennifer Bowering Delisle. The Bosun Chair.
JOHN BODNER

John C. Kennedy. Encounters: An Anthropological History of Southeastern Labrador.
BARNETT RICHLING

Anna Kearney Guigné. The Forgotten Songs of the Newfoundland Outports: As Taken from Kenneth Peacock’s Newfoundland Field Collection,1951–1961.
HEATHER SPARLING