The Newest Map of the Oldest British Colony
Abstract:The geography and resources of Newfoundland are by no means as well known as those of nearby Canada. The following is condensed from an article in the Geographical Review for October, 1933, published by the American Geographical Society of New York. The complete article treats in detail with the construction of the map and gives a brief summary of the mineral resources of the island.
Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: October 1, 1934
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