Riots and Religion in Newfoundland: The Clash between Protestants and Catholics in the Early Settlement of Newfoundland
The Clash between Protestants and Catholics in the Early Settlement of Newfoundland
by David Dawe
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Riots and Religion in Newfoundland delves into the history of conflict between our English and Irish ancestors, a controversial topic that has been overlooked, diminished, or completely ignored in many history books. David Dawe retraces the foundation of Newfoundland's religious history and explains how the battle between the English Protestants and the Irish Roman Catholics continued from the old country to the New World. This book will take you back in time as it highlights heinous crimes such as the murder of Magistrate William Keen, explores the uprising of the United Irish Society, and describes many other violent—and sometimes murderous—acts perpetrated between men and women of this province in the name of God and religion.
- Flanker Press, July 2011
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