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At Cupid's Cove

By Sean Street and Julian May


In 1610, the first British settlement in what is now Canada was established by John Guy, at Cuper's - or Cupid's Cove, on the Eastern coast of Newfoundland. 400 years on, this programme explored the archeological work that has revealed traces of this first settlement, and the implications to both Canada and Britain of this redicovered part of history

Topics: his, aeo
Year: 2010
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