Battle Harbour Historic Trust District

Battle Harbour Historic Trust Inc. Situated on a small, near-shore island, Battle Harbour was for two centuries the economic and social centre of the southeastern Labrador coast. Mercantile saltfish premises first established there in the 1770s developed into a thriving community that was known as the “Capital of Labrador”. Today,

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Gateway Labrador Visitor Centre

The complex is home to the Edmund Montague Exhibit Hall which has on display many artifacts representing Labrador West and the entire Labrador region – its history, culture and people. As well, the hall showcases the fur trading and mining history of Labrador. As Labrador West is the only gateway

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K’Taqmkuk Mi’Kmaq Museum

The community of St. George’s is an area rich in Mi’kmaq history. Earliest occupation of the area is uncertain, however the area known as “Seal Rocks” which is now a part of the community of St. George’s, is well documented as being the largest and principle Mi’kmaq settlement in the

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Labrador Heritage Museum

The Hudson Bay Store Museum concept includes the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the existing 1923 Hudson Bay Building, display of original artifacts, and preparation of interpretive displays. The Hudson Bay store has had an important role in the development of the community. The exterior storefront has been rehabilitated and

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Labrador Institute Information Centre

The Labrador Institute has been Memorial University’s permanent presence in Labrador since 1979. Collections are predominantly archival and library, but as an important cultural and educational institution, the Labrador Institute also maintains close ties with the museum community. The Institute has collaborated on several exhibitions of art and artifacts in

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Labrador Straits Museum

Situated on the north shore of the Strait of Belle Isle, the Labrador Straits Museum presents the regions rich prehistory and history to visitors and community members. Utilizing its collection of detailed oral and written accounts, artifacts and archaeological discoveries, the museum showcases the lifestyle of past and present First

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Net Loft Museum

The Museum is run by the Rigolet Heritage Society and is located in Rigolet, Labrador. See a display of trade artefacts and information which tells the history of the Hudson’s Bay Company in Rigolet. There is also two reconstructed HBC buildings on site, one is the museum itself and the

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White Elephant Museum

Constructed in 1915, the structure was once part of the Moravian Mission station which was established in Makkovik in 1896. The building was meant to serve as a boarding school, however, it seemed more prudent to house the school and the dormitory within the Moravian manse. Since the building required

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