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Smallwood, the unlikely revolutionary

Richard J. Gwyn

Smallwood, the unlikely revolutionary

by Richard J. Gwyn

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Published by McClelland and Stewart in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smallwood, Joseph Roberts, -- 1900-,
  • Newfoundland -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Richard Gwyn.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 304 p.
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13528416M
    OCLC/WorldCa296926

    ^ Richard Gwyn, Smallwood: The Unlikely Revolutionary () ^ Joseph Roberts Smallwood, I chose Canada: The memoirs of the Honourable Joseph R. "Joey" Smallwood () p. ^ Richard Gwyn, Smallwood: The Unlikely Revolutionary () ^ J.K. Hiller, and M. F. Harrington, eds. These Newfoundland and Labrador books are available for sale. Baker, Melvin: The Power of Commitment:The History of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro. St. John’s, NL: Silver Lights Club, $5. Carlson, Terry: The Legacy and the Practice: The John Howard Society.

      Revolutionary - Ebook written by Alex Myers. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Revolutionary. Earlier research into this line appears in the book Some Colonial and Revolutionary Families of NC by Marilu Burch Smallwood. Several descendant lines springing from the Charles Smallwood (c) who had settled in Beaufort County, North Carolina by were originally linked to this tree via Charles, son of James Smallwood and Catherine.

    Smallwood: The Unlikely Revolutionary, by Richard Gwyn -- to get a truer story River Thieves, by Michael Crummey -- about the Beothuk, who are briefly mentioned in one of the interludes from "Fielding's Condensed History of Newfoundland"/5(19). Early life. Joey Smallwood was born in Gambo, Newfoundland to Charles and Minnie May Smallwood. His grandfather, David Smallwood, was a well-known maker of boots in St. John's. Growing up in St. John's, as a teenager Joey Smallwood worked as an apprentice at a newspaper and moved to New York City in In New York he worked for the socialist newspaper The : Decem , Gambo, Newfoundland.


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Joseph Roberts "Joey" Smallwood, PC CC (Decem – Decem ) was a Newfoundlander and Canadian politician. He was the main force who brought the Dominion of Newfoundland into the Canadian Confederation inbecoming the first premier of Newfoundland, serving until As premier, he vigorously promoted economic development, championed the Children: 3, including William.

"A classic work of biography. Gwyn's life of Smallwood is as artfully told and as entertaining as most novels." Wayne Johnston, author of The Colony of Unrequited Dreams "The first probing and informative history of Smallwood and of the Smallwood years written by a first class Canadian writer and thinkerReleased on: Febru Smallwood’s work experience was checkered, at best, but included stints as a contributor to socialist newspapers in New York and London.

He was self-taught, and possessed the enthusiasm and wrong-headedness of the autodidact. As Gwyn shows, however, Smallwood possessed ambition of a rare order and utterly unconquerable : Richard Gwyn. Smallwood, the unlikely revolutionary. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Joseph R Smallwood; Joseph R Smallwood; Joseph R Smallwood; Joseph Roberts Smallwood; Joseph R Smallwood; Joseph R Smallwood: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Gwyn.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gwyn, Richard J., Smallwood. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart [] (OCoLC) Named Person. ‎ “A masterpiece of political reporting” and an inspiring, astonishing biography of Joey Smallwood, a man who changed the face of Canada forever (Saturday Night).

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