Eastwaters

Newfoundland & Labrador's Maritime Heritage

ABOUT
About Eastwaters
Preserving the heritage
Map of Newfoundland & Labrador

EARLY HISTORY
Peter Easton, pirate
Heritage explorer
The Indeavour voyage
Vikings

FISHERY
Abandoned Outports
Schooner Marilla
Wooden boats
Schoonerman Bob Halliday

BOB HALLIDAY
About
Schooner History
Schooner Building
Schooner Models
Contact

SHIPPING
SS Kyle
Shipwrecks (Robt. Parsons)
Cableship SS Great Eastern
Schooner Olwen

FRESHWATERS
A historic Labrador canoe trip

WARFARE 
The Atlantic Charter
Signal Hill

LINKS
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FORUM
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Your thoughts on a marine historical society for Newfoundland/Labrador

What is Eastwaters?


Eastwaters is an online magazine about the maritime heritage of the island of Newfoundland and its mainland region of Labrador. Its purpose is to inform interested readers of the history and cultures that have existed along the coasts and shorelines of Canada's easternmost province. In 2008 the website was re-focused to meet this goal, and to additionally encourage the establishment of a marine historical society in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Since 2010, the total number of visits to Eastwaters is at:

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This province is a huge area and we want to cover the marine heritage of its faraway corners and well as its more familiar and populated places. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Contributions of ideas, articles and illustrations are also invited, but please email us first if you have something to submit. Reading matter may be edited as necessary for clarity and conciseness.

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