England colonises Newfoundland
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|Caption||Newfoundland was first descovered by John Cabot in 1497 (bottom). It was later claimed as the first English colony by Sir Humphrey Gilbert when his three ships arrived with some settlers in 1583. Original artwork for illustrations on pp2–3 of L&L no. 811 (30 July 1977).|
|Creator||Andrew Howat, British (20th Century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Newfoundland Canada English colony John Cabot Sir Humphrey Gilbert settlers ships Elizabethan explorers harbour bay sea England colonises Andrew Howat|
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