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The Maritime History Archive has published Births, Deaths & Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers, 1810 - 1890 on CD-Rom with more than 40,000 entries for births, deaths and marriages transcribed from 43 Newfoundland newspapers, 1810-1890.
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