The web directory is an annotated list of websites on subjects related to Atlantic Canada. Please contact us to suggest additions to the directory.
A guide for visitors to Newfoundland. This website also contains numerous links to other websites of interest to those visiting Newfoundland.
The Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives represents archives and archivists in the province. This site contains publications, job postings, and links to other sites.
Based at Dalhousie University, The Dalhousie Review focuses on arts, literature and history.
The electronic version of the book Once Upon a Mine: Story of Pre-Confederation Mines on the Island of Newfoundland, by Wendy Martin.
Provides history of the legal and court system of Newfoundland and Labrador from both the conventional viewpoint and new perspectives based on recent archival research. It also contains a video of Rough Justice, a play centred around court cases in early 19th century Newfoundland and Labrador.
Tickle Harbour, a Newfoundland folk band, has released three albums of traditional Newfoundland music, two of which are presented on this website in digitized versions.
This website provides maps and virtual displays of the Women's Walking Tour through old St. John's, which was prepared by the Women's History Group at Memorial University.
This website contains information on a diverse range of subjects relating to the history of African Canadians in Atlantic Canada, from Black Loyalists to Africville. It also includes strategies for teaching about African Canadian history.
The website of the national organization representing First Nations citizens in Canada. The search feature allows to you access information specific to First Nations groups in Atlantic Canada.
Containing almost 2000 listings, this website provides links to genealogical and historical websites across the country, with specific sections devoted to the Atlantic Provinces.