Quodlibets: Histories by Gordon G. Pike

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1988

“Let’s Take a Stroll Along the Main Path” (March 16, 1988)

• “Doctors of Harbour Grace” (March 30, 1988)

1991

“Open for Business” (September 25, 1991)

“Polio Epidemic Cancels First Fair” (October 2, 1991)

“The Harbour Grace Rifle Corps” (October 16, 1991)

“Linking North and South” (October 23, 1991)

“The Census of 1857” (November 20, 1991)

“The Cathedral That Was” (November 27, 1991)

“Newfoundland’s First Poet” (December 24, 1991)

“Mosquito, Conception Bay, a Remarkably Historic Fishing Village” (December 31, 1991)

1992

“Seals, Seals and More Seals” (January 15, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Affray (Part I)” (January 22, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Affray (Part II)” (January 29, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Affray (Part III)” (February 5, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Affray (Part IV)” (February 12, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Affray (Part V)” (February 19, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Minstrel Troupe” (February 26, 1992)

“The Carleton Skating Rink” (March 4, 1992)

“The Forgotten Fire” (March 11, 1992)

“I Stood by the Window” (March 18, 1992)

“The New Water Pipes” (March 25, 1992)

“Who Served Longest on Council” (April 1, 1992)

“Fire Brigade Regulated” (April 22, 1992)

“Cadet Band in First Public Appearance” (April 29, 1992)

“Driving the Golden Spike” (May 6, 1992)

“Great Excitement at Harbour Grace” (May 13, 1992)

“Church Workers Association of Harbour Grace” (May 27, 1992)

“Thompson Memorial Ambulance” (June 17, 1992)

“Harbour Grace Riot” (June 24, 1992)

“A Municipal Beginning” (November 11, 1992)

“Orange and Green” (November 18, 1992)

“Boots and Shoes” (November 25, 1992)

“Sunday School Treat” (December 16, 1992)

1993

“Let’s Compare Christmases” (January 27, 1993)

“Prominent People” (February 17, 1993)

“The South Side Story” (February 24, 1993)

“Another Pirate Arrives” (March 3, 1993)

“The Cornerstone of St. Paul’s Tower” (March 10, 1993)

• “The First Town Council” (March 30, 1993)

“Some Council Work” (April 6, 1993)

“The Thompson Bequest” (April 13, 1993)

“The Oldest Brigade (Part I)” (April 20, 1993)

“The Oldest Brigade (Part II)” (April 27, 1993)

“The Oldest Brigade (Part III)” (May 4, 1993)

“New Episcopal Church at Harbour Grace (Part I)” (May 11, 1993)

“New Episcopal Church at Harbour Grace (Part II)” (May 18, 1993)

“Harbour Grace Almost Totally Destroyed” (June 1, 1993)

“A Year in Review [1852]” (June 15, 1993)

“One Irate Citizen” (June 22, 1993)

“Consecration of Rev. John March” (June 29, 1993)

“Sir Richard Squires Presents Medals (July 6, 1993)

“A Look Back at the Regatta of 1911” (July 13, 1993)

“A Few Good Men” (July 20, 1993)

“Dirt Strip to Glory (Part I)” (July 27, 1993)

“Dirt Strip to Glory (Part II)” (August 3, 1993)

“Dirt Strip to Glory (Part III)” (August 10, 1993)

“A Few More Good Men” (August 24, 1993)

“Installation of Officers [at] Lodge Jubilee” (August 31, 1993)

“Dalton Council, Knights of Columbus” (September 14, 1993)

“The Fair Facts (Part I)” (September 21, 1993)

“The Fair Facts (Part II)” (September 28, 1993)

“A Marine Slipway” (October 19, 1993)

“Activities of Town Council” (October 26, 1993)

“Dateline [1909]” (November 2, 1993)

“Catholic Cadet Corps at Harbour Grace” (November 9, 1993) 

“Harbour Grace Honey” (November 23, 1993)

“Montreal Street Named for Harbour Gracian” (December 7, 1993) 

“Cricket in Harbour Grace” (December 26, 1993)

1994

“Early Thoughts on Incorporation of Harbour Grace” (March 15, 1994)

“W.A. Munn & Company Limited Cod Liver Oil Plant in Point of Beach” (April 12, 1994)

2000

“Three Otterburys Reported in Conception Bay” (May 30, 2000)

 

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