The First World War had an immense impact on Newfoundland and Labrador. This interactive site offers comprehensive information on the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, including over 3,000 individual soldier files, interactive maps, in-depth battle explanations, and hundreds of images of artifacts, many in 3-D.
Christopher Pratt's life and the evocative details he carries in his memory have been a primary source of inspiration for his work. This site is a complete learning resource about Pratt’s life, his art and his creative and technical processes. It also functions as the largest digital collection of Pratt's art. A “You Try” section offers art and writing exercises for children and youth.
Log books, correspondence, photographs and newspaper articles are just some of the pieces contained in this online archival collection relating to the Titanic disaster. Through these documents, Newfoundland’s connections with the deadliest peacetime maritime disaster in history are revealed.
The records of the International Grenfell Association (IGA) have been donated to the Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador. This virtual exhibit contains a rich record, including a selection of images that represent the form and function of the IGA, the life of its leader Dr. Wilfred Grenfell, and the land in which the mission work was done.
In this art exhibit, The Rooms examines Helen and Reginald Shepherds' artistic production over the last half-century, bringing to light relatively unknown works in private hands and presenting favourites from the Gallery collections. As Helen became well known for her commissioned portraits and meticulous still lifes, Reginald concentrated on atmospheric serigraphs and watercolours of Newfoundland, and the occasional site-specific painting.
In 1895 the participation of women in sports was novel. Today the achievements of female athletes are celebrated. Yet the stories of the women who participated in sports in pre-confederation Newfoundland have rarely been recorded or documented. The Women in Sport Virtual Exhibit was inspired by interviews with women involved in athletic pursuits in pre-1949 Newfoundland, conducted by archivists Linda Murphy and Frances Horwood.
Discover the traditions and heritage of the Innu through their stories and material culture.