Famous and Historical Figures of Newfoundland and Labrador

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John J. Dwyer of St. John's - claimed the Heavyweight Championship of America during 1879-1880

Athletes

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Harry Mews
Bertram Butler - The most decorated soldier of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment to fight in WW1
Brigus native John Hayes was a sailor in the American Civil War and a recipient of the Medal of Honor

Military

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Boyle, Sir Charles Cavendish (1849-1916)

Arts and Entertainment

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Premier Frank Moores - (1972-1979)
Robert Bond, January 1, 1921
Sir William Whiteway in the early years of the 1900's.

Politicians

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Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Nangle, Catholic Padre of The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in WW1
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Boyle, Sir Charles Cavendish (1849-1916)
Boyle, Sir Charles Cavendish (1849-1916)
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John J. Dwyer
John J. Dwyer of St. John's - claimed the Heavyweight Championship of America during 1879-1880
Harry Mews St John, The City, Look At, Career
Servant to the city: Mews left his mark on municipal politics
Harry Mews
Bertram Butler - The most decorated soldier of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment to fight in WW1 Poppies, To Fight, Soldier, Male Sketch, Quick Saves
Bertram Butler - The most decorated soldier of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment to fight in WW1
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Brigus native John Hayes was a sailor in the American Civil War and a recipient of the Medal of Honor
black and white photograph of a man in suit smiling for the camera with glasses on
Premier Frank Moores - (1972-1979)
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Responsible Government, 1855-1933
Robert Bond, January 1, 1921
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit sitting on a chair
Remembering the Life of a Newfoundland Prime Minister
Sir William Whiteway in the early years of the 1900's.
a man in a suit and tie standing next to a window
premier brian peckford - (1979-1989)
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Descendants of Newfoundland’s “extinct” Beothuk live on in Iceland
Descendants of Newfoundland’s “extinct” Beothuk live on in Iceland The Beothuk people of Newfoundland were the first native Canadians to come in contact with Europeans — and they were the first to pay the ultimate price for that contact.By 1829 — only 332 years after John Cabot (or Giovanni Caboto or Giovanni [...]
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Newfoundland Heritage Web Site
Captain Bob Bartlett on the right