The view through The Narows, as seen in Canadian Illustrated News, Oct. 5, 1872, provided by the archives of the RC Archdiocese of St. John's.
- Henri de la Chaume was 23 when he wrote Terre-Neuve et les Terre-Neuviennes.
- Henri de la Chaume observed and commented on the daily activities and landmarks of Victorian St. John's, including the relatively new Colonial Building.
- Robin McGrath
Robin McGrath (“The Winterhouse”) was 12 years old when her father, Dr. James McGrath, first translated “Terre-Neuve et les Terre-Neuviennes,” a book written by a Frenchman named Henri de la Chaume. She has now saved the manuscript from “being lost and forgotten.”
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- Ken OBrien
- - August 25, 2010 at 11:01:06
This article makes me want to read the book. Great job in bringing the translated book and supplementary material to press after all these decades.