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Legacy: Port Hope Simpson Town, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Title ID: 3761835 ISBN-13: 978-1468162851 ISBN-10: 1468162853 LEGACY by LLEWELYN PRITCHARD M.A. is based on previously classified British Government documents seen here for the first time. It
highlights the inescapable fact that 2 unexplained deaths still tarnish the great history of sustainable development achieved by the people of Port Hope Simpson Town in South East Labrador, Canada. What happened on one fateful night in the early hours of 3 February 1940, near Pioneer Street today in Port Hope Simpson Town, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada remains stubbornly and inextricably boundup with the history of the place and its people... by Llewelyn Pritchard M.A https://www.createspace.com/3761835
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Port Hope Simpson: Off the Beaten Path Title ID: 3737627 ISBN-13: 978-1468014723 ISBN-10: 1468014722 Port Hope Simpson ± Off the Beaten Path follow the Labrador Coastal Drive, Route 510 in Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada and discover the Town¶s ³Pitprops, Politics & Prosperity,´ Heroic Struggle of sustainable development towards a better future 1934-2002. After 33 years my first
sight of Port Hope Simpson from the air told me how much it had grown with a new bridge, main highway and airport 15 July ± 28 August 2002«On the one hand, this journal tells the quite remarkable true story about the on-going search for justice on behalf of a young father Arthur Eric Williams aged 27 years and his infant daughter Erica d¶Anitoff Williams aged 3... by Mr Pritchard M.A. To buy: https://www.createspace.com/3737627
Title ID: 3738412 ISBN-13: 9781468019339 ISBN-10: 1468019333 If you like solving puzzles and getting to grips with a real mystery why not join Llewelyn as he penetrates into the fascinating, murky and sordid past history of Port Hope Simpson, a coastal logging town on the east coast of wilderness Canada as he uncovers a great deal more than he
bargained for? For example, at least 6 apparent evidence discrepancies cast serious doubt about the truthfulness of a Tombstone's inscription (still standing in The Town today as a Family Memorial to events that are still not really talked about openly...for whatever reason by the recent ancestors of the deceased - to Arthur Eric Williams 27 years Welshman...by Mr Pritchard M.A To buy: https://www.createspace.com/3738412
Port Hope Simpson Mysteries, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada: Oral History Evidence and Interpretation Title
ID: 3738459 ISBN-13: 978-1468019650 ISBN-10: 1468019651 Read about the original Oral History interview with Mrs. Kathleen Squire (formerly James) known as ³Bunty´ or ³Bunty James´ who was the lifelong friend of Katie Doreen Illsley (Williams), daughter of J. O. Williams, owner of The Labrador Development Company Ltd which conducted logging operations in Port Hope Simpson 1934 ± 1945. Bunty stayed with Katie Doreen in Port Hope Simpson, Labrador, Newfoundland, Canada for one year, 193536 and returned to stay for another year 1936-37. The aim of the interview was to find out as much as possible about the Labrador Development Company Ltd. in connection with the history of Port Hope Simpson and in particular any relevant information in connection with the two unexplained deaths of Arthur Eric Williams, the owner¶s eldest son and his infant daughter Erica D¶Anitoff Williams, the granddaughter of a Russian Count D¶Anitoff. by Pritchard M.A. To buy: https://www.createspace.com/3738459
Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada: Tombstone Title ID: 3738442 ISBN-13: 978-1468019469 ISBN10: 1468019465 What was really going on behind the scenes? For the first time, declassified official British Government papers shine new light on amongst other things, Government mis-management as knowledge hidden by an incongruous granite tombstone in Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada marked the starting point for this unique
history of development of a logging settlement in southern Labrador. Original correspondence contained within a Public Enquiry into the Affairs of the Labrador Development Company Ltd. based in Port Hope Simpson from 1934 ± 48 has finally come to light after being buried by the British Government. At the very least, it reveals when personal gain is in the ascendency over greater good of the people then only very shaky foundations are being laid down for future development. It shows that when the British Government realized its mistakes in backing the Labrador Development Company Ltd. venture in the first place, instead of being able to extricate itself from its financial commitments (at British tax-payers¶ expense before the start of The Second World War) the story only went from bad to worse. An illusion of development had been spun by John Osborn Williams, the owner of the Labrador Development Company Ltd. that subsequently led to the British Government
(Dominions Office) shamefully deciding that the results of the Public Enquiry were best buried as far as local publication of its findings allowed. Discover a hoary tale of greed, money, cruelty, deception, Boom and Bust, GetRich-Quick, 1930s unsustainable industrialization of the Labrador forests and learn about the terrible economic hardship and poverty endured by the early settlers and their families. Read about a Newfoundland Ranger¶s view of living conditions in the Port Hope District from September 1940 to March 1942 and consider the protagonists¶ different motives for development as an obstruction of justice occurred regarding two unexplained deaths on 3 February 1940, as the shallow roots of unsustainable development took their terrible toll. A riveting story of political corruption, intrigue, horror and mystery that stretches from the individuals involved at the time to British and Newfoundland Government officials.
The lessons of the past are now clear for all to see, as deeper roots towards a more sustainable future with proper, responsible government and more economic diversification around logging, fishing, travel and tourism are taking hold in Port Hope Simpson Town for its people and regional Labrador. Today, the R.C.M.P. case file located in the Department of Justice, St. Johns, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada about the unexplained deaths on 3 February 1940 of Arthur Eric Williams, a Welshman and Erica D¶Anitoff Williams his infant daughter in Port Hope Simpson must remain open until such time the Department has ensured in their own words, ³the impartial administration of justice and the protection of the public interest..."Decide for yourself if a ³coverup´ is still going-on today... Dedication This book is dedicated to obtaining justice for Erica D¶Anitoff Williams, three and a half years and her young father Arthur Eric Williams, 27 years who died in their Labrador Development Company home,
Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada in acrimonious, suspicious circumstances in the early hours of 3 February 1940. The R.C.M.P (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Serious Crimes Unit, Gander, Newfoundland in 2002, opened up their own investigation about the deaths. If you know anything at all about what happened please do not hesitate in contacting your local RCMP detachment or the police force of jurisdiction in your area. If you live outside Canada, please contact your local police service and ask them to make a request for assistance from the appropriate Canadian law enforcement agency. The main RCMP website address is http://www.rcmp.ca or Email me! by Pritchard M.A. To buy: https://www.createspace.com/3738442
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