Resources - The
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Below is a list of resources
consulted during the writing of The Badger Riot.
ANDCo. Grand Falls, Botwood,
Bishop’s Falls, Badger, Millertown, Terra Nova.
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ANDCo. Turmoil In The Woods.
Report Booklet. N.p.: 1959.
Assiniwi, Bernard. The Beothuk
Saga. Translated by Wayne Grady. Toronto: McClelland
& Stewart, 2001.
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The Savour of Things Past, edited by the Ongoing
Book Committee. St. John’s: Jesperson Press, 1986.
Benson, David L. And We Were
Sailors. St. John’s: Killick Press, 2002.
Gillespie, Bill. A Class Act.
St. John’s: Creative Printers, 1986.
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Gwyn, Richard. Smallwood: The
Horwood, Harold. Joey: The Life
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Howley, J. P. The Beothucks or Red
Indians: The Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland.
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Kearley, Wade. The People's Road:
On the Trail of the Newfoundland Railway. St.
John’s: Harry Cuff Publications, 1995.
Kitchen, John W. The Beothuk Way.
———. By the Sweat of my Brow.
Next Stop: Gaff Topsail.
Ladd, H. Landon. “The Newfoundland
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Committee on Canadian Labour History & New Hogtown
———. Only the Strong are Free: The
Strike of 1959.
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Loggers’ Life Provincial
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Linda. History of Badger. St. John’s: MUN
Maritime History Archive, 1980.
Marshall, I. A History of
Ethnography of the Beothuk. Toronto: McGill-Queen’s
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Matthews, O. I., ed. Memories of
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Millais, J. G. Newfoundland and
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Murray, Alexander, and James P.
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Pastore, R. The Newfoundland
Micmacs: A History of their Traditional Life.
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Red Indian Lake Heritage Society.
Heave Out: Millertown a History of Logging.
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Robbins, Trina. “Wonder Woman:
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Sutherland, Dufferin. “We Are Only
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British Columbia, 1995.
Wellman, Manly Wade. “Nine Yards of
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Wilton, David. Word Myths: Debunking Linguistic Urban
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