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On July 5, 1610 Cat That’s what I do I knit I drink wine and I know things poster , John Guy set sail from Bristol, England with 39 other colonists for Cuper’s Cove. This, and other early attempts at permanent settlement failed to make a profit for the English investors, but some settlers remained, forming the very earliest modern European population on the island. By 1620, the fishermen of England’s West Country dominated the east coast of Newfoundland. French fishermen dominated the island’s south coast and Northern Peninsula. The decline of the fisheries, the wasting of the shoreline forests, and an overstocking of liquor by local merchants influenced the Whitehall government in 1675 to decline to set up a colonial governor on the island.In 1583, when Sir Humphrey Gilbert formally claimed Newfoundland as a colony of England, he found numerous English, French and Portuguese vessels at St. John’s. There was no permanent European population. Gilbert was lost at sea during his return voyage, and plans of settlement were postponed.

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Newfoundland is the site of Cat That’s what I do I knit I drink wine and I know things poster the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America An archaeological site was discovered in 1960 at L’Anse aux Meadows by Norwegian explorer Helge Ingstad and his wife, archaeologist Anne Stine Ingstad. This site was the subject of archaeological studies throughout the 1960s and 1970s. This research has revealed that the settlement dates to more than 500 years before the arrival of John Cabot in 1497 the site contains the earliest-known European structures in North America. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it is believed[by whom to be the Vinland settlement of explorer Leif Erikson. (The Icelandic Skálholt map of 1570 refers to the area as “Promontorium Winlandiæ” and correctly shows it on a 51°N parallel with Bristol, England). Before and after the departure of the Norse, the island was inhabited by indigenous populations.

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