The Baccalieu Trail Region encompasses some 70 communities along the coastline of the Avalon Peninsula. The Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation (BTHC) has been surveying and excavating the area since 1994. Their discoveries are presented on this website along with a timeline and some beautiful panoramic views of the area.
Devoted to ensuring that the history of work in New Brunswick is not forgotten, this project is the joint effort of researchers at the University of New Brunswick and the Université de Moncton, working in partnership with labour organizations and heritage institutions. There are five areas of focus: provincial solidarities, work in Acadia, contested territory, women's work and labour landmarks.
The Canadian-American Center, a resource centre on Canada at the University of Maine, presents this brief history of Acadian deportation, illustrated with maps depicting Acadian dispersal, and a small selection of related photographs.
Land of First Contact: The Story of North America's Northern Gateway is an online historical atlas covering the Strait of Belle Isle region, where Europeans and Native Americans first met. Information about each historic site in the area can be obtained by clicking on it either in the map or the alphabetical list provided. The site is meant to serve as both an educational and a tourism resource.