The Newfoundland Historical Society has an excellent reputation for the quality of its publications, which are written by knowledgeable authors especially for the Society, and sold at very affordable prices. The publications listed below are those currently in print, and are available directly from the office, or from book stores. There is a 40% discount from the full price available to wholesale dealers and book retailers.
Newfoundland Historical Society, 2008
A lively, informative volume, written by professional historians.
Jeff Webb, 2008
A social history of the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland, 1939–1949
Ingeborg Marshall, 2001
A concise summary of Dr. Ingeborg Marshall's magnum opus on the history and ethnography of the Beothuk.
James K. Hiller, 1999
A concise and well balanced narrative of the events leading to Newfoundland's union with Canada in 1949.
Kathryn Pike, 1985
Takes the reader through the development of the Knights of Columbus in Newfoundland from its founding in Harbour Grace, 1909, to the present day.
Raymond J. Lahey, 1984
A well-documented study of O'Donel's years in Newfoundland, placing those years and O'Donel in historical perspective.
David B. Quinn, 1983
A biographical essay on Gilbert's life, and an assessment of the significance of his famous voyage to the future history of Newfoundland.