Bay de Verde Heritage House

Heritage Bay de Verde, Town of Bay de Verde The Bay de Verde Heritage House was built in 1896 by Mr. John Blundon and family of Bay de Verde. Mr. Blundon was a local merchant who owned schooners and traded along the coast. The house was built to accommodate his

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Beckett Heritage House

The Old Perlican Heritage Committee The Beckett Heritage Property depicts a typical fisherman’s home during the early 1900’s with its popular mansard roof. The property includes a root cellar, well, small barn, hen house, and associated vegetable garden. The wood house, stable, and hen’s pen were modified but its present

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Former United Church Cultural Gallery

The Town of Fogo Island A devastating fire destroyed the first Fogo Methodist Mission’s church and much of Fogo Island in 1875. Within two years, Fogo’s small Methodist community of approximately 140 people rebuilt the church. Its austere appearance shows the modest temperament of the people who donated their efforts

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Gateway to Labrador Visitor Centre

Labrador Straits Historical Development Corporation The Gateway to Labrador Visitor Centre is a restored early 20 th century Gothic Revival style church. The Gateway is a handsome building with white clapboard exterior, pointed arch windows, the hexagonal roofed bell tower, and a signature cinquefoil window. The interior of the Gateway

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George C. Harris House

Grand Bank Heritage Society The Museum is located in George C. Harris House, designated a heritage structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. A typical Queen Anne structure, it was built in 1908 by local merchant George Harris. The building received the Manning Award in 1994 and the

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Green Family Forge

Trinity Historical Society Inc. The Green family worked as Blacksmiths in Trinity from the 1750s to 1955. Ada Nemec (nee Green) donated the forge containing a collection of tools used by six generations of her family. The present smithy was built between 1895 & 1900 and is unusually large –

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Kent Cottage, at Landfall

Landfall Trust Inc. Kent Cottage is over 200 years old, and represents an excellent example of a period cottage in rural Newfoundland. It retains many of the original features. It is set in 11 acres of the natural environment. It was originally owned by the Pomeroy family, and was later

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Legge Homestead Museum & Gift Shop

Bay St. George South Historical Society The Legge Homestead is a wooden, two-and-one-half storey house in Cartyville, NL. Built circa 1905, it is a rare example of an early twentieth century farmhouse in the Bay St. George region and, indeed, in the entire province.Since it’s designation as a Heritage Structure

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Lester-Garland House

Trinity Historical Society Inc. Reconstructed in 1996-97 to the design, structure and architectural details of the house first built in the 1760s and refurbished in 1819, this Georgian style house was the first structure of its kind in the province. Home to the Poole-Newfoundland based mercantile families of the Lesters’

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