I love going home to the island and I like to be informed. is not possible. The real key to Lewis’ laying down roots, though, is his attraction to the only eligible young woman in town, an unimpressed Kathleen (Liane Balaban). Stephen's–Peter's River, Small Point–Adam's Cove–Blackhead–Broad Cove, New Chelsea–New Melbourne–Brownsdale–Sibley's Cove–Lead Cove, Municipalities of St. John's Metropolitan Area, Census divisions of Newfoundland and Labrador, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baccalieu_Island&oldid=970726090, Uninhabited islands of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nature reserves in Newfoundland and Labrador, Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, General articles using infobox Lighthouse, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, brick tower covered by iron plates since 1893 with balcony and lantern (first), cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern (first), The island also includes one of the largest winter populations of, This page was last edited on 2 August 2020, at 01:08. Happy Valley The next issue of The Toronto Sun Headline News will soon be in your inbox. Modern Baccalieu Island was known to Europeans by that name since at least 1556, when it was drawn on the Gastaldi map as "Bacalaos".[2]. There are also museums ran by local people including Mona's Quilts & Jams and the Museum of the Flat Earth. Man Point Thanks for the information, Steve. Thank you for your comment, Loretta! But to the modern ear, some of the towns and inlets of in Newfoundland and Labrador sound downright dirty! These include the Marine Interpretation Centre, the Lane House Museum, and the Bleak House Museum. Tilting is unique for its Irish culture and, some people say, its Irish dialect. and then tell you he’ll be dere dreckley. don’t worry. There is also a darker history of Newfoundland that attracts many tourists every year as well, GHOSTS!! Note that many Newfoundland geographical features were named by the Spanish, the Portuguese and the French before anglophones (the English, the Irish and the Scots) arrived. She describes the island as “vigorous”, calling Newfoundlanders a “very funny people with their own traditional music and Newfoundland vocabulary”.
Tickle Cove Early Portuguese maps dating before Columbus' voyage indicate an island west of the Azores named Terra do Bacalhau which may have been the whole island of Newfoundland. Among Tickle Head’s many drawbacks: a lack of medical care.

The Bertius map from 1606 shows Fogo Island as one of only about a dozen important features around the coast of Newfoundland.