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In April 1823, a group of Newfoundland fur trappers encountered three Beothuk women at Badger Bay – a mother, and her two daughters. The mother and one daughter died. What was the name of the surviving daughter?
What disease did many of the Beothuk die from?
What is L’Anse aux Meadows?
a tasty French food
the city of the Acadians
the first French town in North America
the site of the Viking settlement
What was the name of the Viking explorer who went to North America?
Samuel de Champlain
How was the newest Viking settlement discovered?
artifacts washed up on the beach
discovered during construction
a house was spotted
What do archeologists look for when looking for a Viking settlement in Newfoundland?
What did John Cabot's ship discover?
What was John Cabot looking for?
gold and jewels
a water route to China
What is the name of the fishing grounds off Newfoundland?
What is the capital city of Newfoundland?
What might you see in Gros Morne national park?
Where did the name Newfoundland come from?
John Cabot called it the new found land
European explorers called the land Terra Nova which is Latin for new land
The British defeated the French and then renamed the Acadian lands a more English sounding name
The Beothuk people had called it that for centuries
Who were the first people to inhabit Newfoundland
Early European settlers did not have a government in Newfoundland. Who ruled them?
the monarchs in Europe
the first nation chiefs
the highest ranking fisherman
the intendent of New France
What did the Treaty of Utrecht do?
gave fishing rights to Canadians
banned Beothuk from Newfoundland
gave Newfoundland to the English
removed Acadians from Newfoundland