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!!!
The first settlers of Newfoundland came from Ireland and Scotland.
They were Viking
Livyers are people, who like planters and settlers, stayed on as permanent dwellers in the Newfoundland Station. Livyers are primarily English people.
For wealth and gold
Most were English
The first fleet arrived in 1788, and were the first British settlers.
to start a new life
They wanted gold and land.
english settler,mostly barbaios
It was brought by English settlers. Captain Cook, who was English, discovered the island and claimed it for England.
The Vikings left remnants of their settlements in Newfoundland.
The First Fleet brought settlers to Australia on 26 January 1788. These were the convicts, officers and marines, and their families.
The church of England came with the first settlers as they were English'
Norse settlers came to Newfoundland in the 10th century
Most settlers came from Europe. The British settled here. People later mostly came from Ireland.
The native people of Jamaica are the Arawak. In 1509, the first settlers arrived from Spain, followed soon after by the English, and slaves from Africa.
US settlers have come from all different places (European countries mostly in the earlier days). Such as French, English, Dutch, Swedish, Portugeese and Spanish. Although now we come from all different races of people.
They helped the English settlers travel to Jamestown.
where did the french settlers orginaly come from
where did the first settlers of massachustes come from
Where did the original settlers come from the Bahamas
He never went to Newfoundland. His son, Leif Ericson did.
English settlers of Massachusetts in the 1600s and German settlers of the 1700s both wanted religious freedom.