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Hakluyt Society, London, 1982. Second Series Volume 160. Despite the relative obscurity surrounding the earliest English settlement in Newfoundland, the documents in this volume show that they were neither unimportant nor, ultimately, unsuccessful. Unlike the sites of the other English colonies founded in the New World in the early seventeenth century, Newfoundland had an already established economics base - the florishing fishery for cod in which European fisherman had engaged for over a century. Settlement from its beginning in 1610, was closely tied to the exploitation of the fishery. Dust jacket scuffed otherwise near fine condition. Blue cloth covered end boards. 310pp. 220 x 140 mm