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The Historic Newfoundland


grant at peaceA colorized image of president U.S. Grant with his daughter and Newfoundland dog called "Faithful" This image is from a Carte de Visite entitled "Grant at Peace"

Berg- A Newfoundland Saved

Brumis and Robert Kennedy

Gander- Mascot and Hero

The Legend of the S.S. Ethie

The Legend of Rigel & The Titanic

Newfoundland Dog Mascots of the Civil War

Newfoundland Search and Rescue Dogs in WWII

Sable Chief- WWI Mascot

Seaman- Canine Explorer

Spring- What a Dog can Teach a Boy

 

 

The Newfoundland in Art and Literature

Thomas Bingley

Lord Byron

Emily Dickinson

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer Biography
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Newfoundland Sculpture

Iron Newfs- Outdoor Statuary

Hooray for Hollywood - Newfoundland in the Movies

Histories of The Breed

portraits

"Sigurd" "Donar" "Harold I"
Duke of Cumberland II" "Matta"
as pictured on the 1893 Stud Book- reprinted from NewfTide 1975

A Tale of Black Beauties - Emma H. Mellencamp
The First Dog Stamp - Edwin H. Morris 1925
What Color is a Newfoundland Dog and When? - Emma H. Mellencamp
 
 

 

 

History of the NCA

The Newfoundland Club of America maintains an extensive collection with the archive at the American Kennel Club. There is an exhibit and guide to the collection online. Research Inquiries should be directed to the AKC Archives.

Newfoundland Antiques and Collectibles

Paper Ephemera

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The First Dog Stamp

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oldnewftales
Drawing by Harrison Weir (1824-1906)  The anecdote I am now about to give is from the pen of the Rev. J.E. Atkinson, a good and scientific naturalist:  "Walking with a favorite Newfoundland dog of great size, one frosty day, I observed the animal's repeated disappointment on putting his head down, with the intention to drink, at sundry ice-covered pools. After one of these disappointments, I broke the ice with my foot, for my thirsty companion's behoof. The next time it seemed good to the dog to try and drink, instead of waiting for me to break the ice as before, he set his own huge paw forcibly on the ice, and, with a little effort, obtained water for himself."  From: Rev. R.O. Morris, B.A. Dogs and Their Doings. N.Y., Harper & Bros, 1872, p. 16f.  (reprinted from NewfTide 1976)

"A man is not a good man to me because he will feed me if I should be starving, or warm me if I should be freezing, or pull me out of a ditch if I should ever fall into one. I can find you a Newfoundland dog that will do as much."

Henry David Thoreau (from "Economy" in Walden)

 

 

 

 

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