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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. Booklet. N.p.: 1951.

ANDCo. Turmoil In The Woods. Report Booklet. N.p.: 1959.

Assiniwi, Bernard. The Beothuk Saga. Translated by Wayne Grady. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2001.

Ball, Elmer. “The Badger Drive.” In 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.

Great Canadian Rivers. “Legacy of the Logging Life.” http://www.greatcanadianrivers.com/rivers/explo_n/culture-home.html.

Gwyn, Richard. Smallwood: The Unlikely Revolutionary. N.p.: 1968.

Horwood, Harold. Joey: The Life and Political Times of Joey Smallwood. Toronto: Stoddart, 1989.

Howley, J. P. The Beothucks or Red Indians: The Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1915.

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. N.p., 2006.

———. By the Sweat of my Brow. N.p., 2005.

Lingard, Mont. Next Stop: Gaff Topsail. N.p.: 1996.

Ladd, H. Landon. “The Newfoundland Loggers’ Strike 1959.” In Lectures in Canadian Labour and Working-Class History, edited by W. J. C. Cherwinski and Gregory S. Kealey. St. John’s: Committee on Canadian Labour History & New Hogtown Press, 1985.

———. Only the Strong are Free: The Newfoundland Loggers’ Strike of 1959. CCLH Video Memorial University, 1983. Videocassette.

Loggers’ Life Provincial Museum, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL.

Maddox, 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 University Press, 1996.

Matthews, O. I., ed. Memories of Badger: An Anthology of Reminiscences. N.p.: 1991.

Millais, J. G. Newfoundland and Its Untrodden Ways. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1907.

Murray, Alexander, and James P. Howley. Geological Survey of Newfoundland Reports, 1881–1909. St. John's: Robinson and Company Limited Press, 1918.

Pastore, R. The Newfoundland Micmacs: A History of their Traditional Life. Pamphlet No. 5. St. John’s: Newfoundland Historical Society, 1978.

Red Indian Lake Heritage Society. Heave Out: Millertown a History of Logging. Millertown, NL: Red Indian Lake Heritage Society, 1991.

Robbins, Trina. “Wonder Woman: Lesbian or Dyke?” Girl-Wonder.org. http://girl-wonder.org/papers/robbins.html.

Russell, Franklin. The Secret Islands. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1965.

Seymour, Edward E. An Illustrated History of Canadian Labour 1800–1994. Ottawa: Canadian Labour Congress, 1996.

Speck, F. G. Beothuk and Micmac: Indian Notes and Monographs. Miscellaneous Series No. 22. New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1922.

Sutherland, Dufferin. “We Are Only Loggers: Loggers and the Struggle for Development in Newfoundland, 1929–1959.” Ph.D. diss., University of British Columbia, 1995.

Wellman, Manly Wade. “Nine Yards of Other Cloth.” In The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (November 1958). References the traditional length of a burial shroud in burial customs. From Wilton, David. Word Myths: Debunking Linguistic Urban Legends. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.


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