- The Move
A video on the resettlement of the Rumboldt family
in 1968.


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Bibliography - News Media Articles

"Davis Inlet Exodus Begins." The Toronto Sun. December 14, 2002.

"Isolated Villagers Ask Province to Help them Find a New Home." The Toronto Star. September 25, 1999.

Bartlett, Steve. "Small N.L. Community Struggles to Avoid Resettlement with School Closure." Canadian Press NewsWire. July 23, 2007.

Delacourt, Susan. "Ottawa's New Employment Policy Angers Newfoundland - Shift to Training Viewed as Disguised Resettlement Program." The Globe and Mail. October 10.

Kear, Celine. "Going Home to St. Leonard's." The Globe and Mail. August 10, 1998.

Lee, John M. "Crisis in Tickle Cove; Newfoundland Aims To Move Residents From Tiny Towns." New York Times. November 6, 1965.

MacDonald, Michael. "Davis Inlet Exodus to Begin." Globe and Mail. December 9, 2002.

MacDonald, Michael. "Resettlement of Isolated Newfoundland Outport Could be Held up by One Man." Canadian Press NewsWire. March 7, 2002.

Morgan, Ivan. "Abandoned in 1963, Kerley's Harbour Still Considered Home For Dozens; First Reunion Brings Stories, Laughter, Tears." The Independent. August 17, 2007.

Nickerson, Colin. "Canada's Village of Screams Quietly Empties." Globe and Mail. December 22, 2002.

Press, Michelle. "Newfoundland Leery of Paying Villagers to Abandon Homes." The Globe and Mail. September 25, 1999.

Richer, Shawna. "'This is a wonderful day'; After an emotional ceremony on the weekend, the first; Innu of beleaguered Davis Inlet trekked across a frozen sea; to take up new lives in a clean and modern; northern community." The Globe and Mail. December 16, 2002

Simpson, Jeffrey. "Down and Down in Newfoundland." The Globe and Mail. November 10, 1998.

Sullivan, J. M. and Wareham, Freeman."Lives Lived." The Globe and Mail. July 6, 1998.

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