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100 1  Marshall, Ingeborg,|d1929-|eauthor. 
245 12 A history and ethnography of the Beothuk /|cIngeborg 
       Marshall. 
260    Montreal [Que.] :|bMcGill-Queen's University Press,
       |c©1996. 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 640 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of 
       plates) :|billustrations (some color)., maps, portraits 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Contents -- Tables, Maps, Graphs, and Sketches -- Plates -
       - Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- PART ONE: HISTORY -- 
       1 The Sixteenth Century: First Contact -- Introduction: 
       Before Contact -- The Historic Period: Early Records of 
       Native People in Newfoundland -- The Cabots and CÃ?rte 
       Real -- Other Early Sixteenth-Century Sources -- Jacques 
       Cartier at Blanc Sablon -- Accounts by Hoare, Crignon, and
       Alphonse -- Descriptions by Jehan Mallart and André 
       Thevet -- Meetings and Trade between Sixteenth-Century 
       Fishing Crews and Newfoundland Indians 
505 8  Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Expedition and an Eyewitness 
       Account from 15942 The Seventeenth Century: Colonization, 
       Trade, and Encroachment -- English Plans to Colonize -- 
       John Guy Meets with Beothuk -- Henry Crout Returns to 
       Trinity Bay -- Colonies Founded by Other English Promoters
       -- Failure to Convert the Beothuk -- Interaction with 
       Seasonal Fishing Crews -- Beothuk Contact with the Dutch 
       and French -- 3 Relations between the Beothuk and Their 
       Native Neighbours -- Micmac Hunting and Trapping -- The 
       Beothuk in Micmac Tradition -- Micmac in Beothuk Tradition
505 8  The Effect of Micmac Hostilities on the BeothukConflict 
       between Inuit and Fishing Crews -- Beothuk/Inuit Conflict 
       -- Beothuk/Montagnais Relations -- Information on 
       Montagnais from Shanawdithit -- 4 Competition for 
       Resources on the Coast -- Redistribution of Beothuk in the
       Early 1700s -- The Growth of the English Salmon Fishery --
       The Beothuk's Exclusion from Salmon Rivers -- Sea Travel 
       to Bird Colonies Becomes Hazardous -- 5 Hostilities over 
       Hunting and Trapping -- The English Fur Business -- 
       Beothuk and Furriers Clash -- Intermittent Small Trade 
       with Beothuk 
505 8  Factors That Prevented a Regular Fur TradeThe Growth of 
       the English Fur Business -- The Effect of English Sealing 
       on the Beothuk -- 6 Lieutenant John Cartwright Explores 
       Beothuk Country -- Preparation and Exploration -- 
       Information on the Beothuk -- A Beothuk Captive -- A 
       Proclamation Is Issued -- 7 Intensified Conflict between 
       Beothuk and Settlers -- Records of Hostile Acts by Beothuk
       -- Traditions Recorded by J.P. Howley -- Hostile Acts by 
       the English -- Failure to Control Persisting Persecution -
       - Why the Beothuk Continued to Take and Damage Equipment 
505 8  8 Plans to Conciliate the BeothukGeorge Cartwright's Plan 
       for an Indian Reserve -- A Proposal by George Christopher 
       Pulling, RN -- Chief Justice John Reeves's Endeavour -- 
       Governor Waldegrave's Attempts at Improving Relations with
       Beothuk -- 9 The Capture of Beothuk to Make Peace -- 
       Seeking Friendly Relations through Exchanges -- The 
       Capture of Beothuk -- Captives as Conciliators -- William 
       Cull Captures a Beothuk Woman -- Luring the Beothuk with a
       Painting -- Instructions to Convert Beothuk -- Records of 
       White People Captured by Beothuk 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    Although lengthy, this highly readable history of the 
       Beothuk will add much to what has been meager information 
       about the tribe which was decimated by early Newfoundland 
       settlers in the 1800s. This history covers the period 
       between their first incounter with Europeans to their 
       eventural death. Since they have not existed for 160 years,
       had no written language, and left little impression on 
       history, Marshall had a difficult task, but she has 
       fulfilled it admirably. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Beothuk Indians|xHistory. 
650  0 Ethnology|zNewfoundland and Labrador. 
651  7 Newfoundland and Labrador.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01296050 
651  7 Beothuk.|2swd 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aMarshall, Ingeborg, 1929-|tHistory and 
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