MAIL FROM THE FRENCH SHORE OF NEWFOUNDLAND ETABLISSEMENTS FRANCAIS EN TERRE NEUVE HENK SLABBINCK
Mail from the French Shore of Newfoundland
The French shore concession reverted whol-ly to the British Colony of Newfoundland in 1904. The consolidating of the territory al-lowed the British to create the self-governing Dominion of Newfoundland in 1907. The French Shore postal history, in-bound and some inbound, in the second trea-ty period, 1783 through 1904, is illustrated in this talk with a number of rare, mostly folded letters. The French Shore
Mail from the French Shore of Newfoundland by James R
Mail from the French Shore of Newfoundland Établissements Français en Terre Neuve by James R. Taylor and Henk Slabbinck An illustrated, postal history of the French Treaty Shore of Book Edition: 1st EditionAuthor: James R. TaylorReleased on: April 24, 2014Pages: 128[PDF]
French Shore Newfoundland - collectorsclub
1849 (April) French Shore to St. Servan (ex Allan L. Steinhart) 15. From an unidentified French Shore fishing station to St. Servan, France The letter was carried by a private ship to Sydney, Cape Breton. It was forwarded by ship to Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was sent via closed bag mail
French Shore | area, Newfoundland, Newfoundland and
As defined by the Treaty of Paris (1783), the French Shore extended westward around the island from Cape St. John in the north to Cape Ray in the southwest. In the 1880s Newfoundland began to develop a lobster fishery, and factories were built on the French Shore.
Dave'n'Kathy's Vagabond Blog: Newfoundland's French Shore
Jun 26, 2018Newfoundland's French Shore The forecast for today was lots of rain and chilly weather, so we picked a day's activities that could withstand wet conditions. We decided to drive down the French Shore of Newfoundland, south from St. Anthony.
The French Treaty Shore - heritage
The French Treaty Shore came into existence with the ratification of the Treaty of Utrecht (1713). This provided that the French could fish in season on the Newfoundland coast between Cape Bonavista and Point Riche - an area that had been frequented by fishermen from Brittany since the early 16th century, and which they called "le petit nord".