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When did the English settlers come to Newfoundland?

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2008-08-29 02:44:32
2008-08-29 02:44:32

Although Newfoundland had many European settlers between the time John Cabot discovered the island in 1497, includng English, French and Portuguese, and 1583 when Sir Humphrey Gilbert claimed Newfoundland as a British colonny, it was John Guy who brought colonists over from England in 1610 to establish a permenant settlement. By 1620 Newfoundland was firmly established as a colony of England. Cheers Malcolm peace out!!!

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