Can’t get enough of Labrador history or culture? Looking for some local blogs? Find them here!
ANLA – Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives
Cal Poole’s Website – Cal Poole of St. Lewis has compiled a fascinating website about the history of southern Labrador.
Centre for Newfoundland Studies Periodical Article Bibliography – Search Them Days articles.
Ghosts of Labrador – an online resource for Labrador legends and ghost stories.
Innu-aimun.ca – an Innu language and cultural resource.
Innu Nation – the Innu Nation represents Labrador Innu, who live mainly in Sheshatshiu and Natuashish.
Labrador Boundary – a history of Labrador’s border with Quebec.
Labrador Heritage Society – the Heritage Society’s mission is to “collect, protect and preserve all things Labrador.”
Labrador Institute – Memorial University’s Labrador division.
Labrador Metis Nation – the association of Labrador Inuit-Metis.
Labrador Virtual Museum – visit Labrador from your own home via the virtual museum.
Land of First Contact – information on the Straits.
Moravians in Labrador – History of the Moravian Missions in Labrador.
Nain Remembered – Photographs, letters, magazine articles and children’s work by Pat Taylor, VSO teacher in the Nain community 1966-67.
Nunatsiavut – the governing body of Labrador Inuit.
Pepamuteiati nitassinat: As we walk across our land – Innu place names.
OKâlaKatiget Society – Stationed in Nain, the OK Society provides a regional, native communication service for the people on the North Coast and the Lake Melville region of Labrador.
Our Labrador – organizations and communities in Labrador.
The Rooms – Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Tourism Nunatsiavut – Interested in visiting Nunatsiavut?
Tshikapisk Foundation – an organization dedicated to promoting Innu culture.
Understanding the Past to Build a Future – a five-year study of the Inuit-Metis, conducted by a number of scholars in different areas of specialty.
Visitor’s Guide to Labrador – interested in visiting Labrador? Find information here.
West St. Modeste
Them Days is not responsible for and does not endorse the content found through the links to outside websites on this page.