, a magazine of Labrador history, has been published continuously since 1975, in the process becoming an important archive for oral, written and photographic records of Labrador. In the early 1980s, The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum provided copies of many of MacMillan’s photographs of Labrador to the magazine to be included with articles. In this exhibit we present a selection of these photographs, along with quotes from the articles they accompanied in the magazine. True to the rich history of Labrador, these include stories from Inuit, Innu and Settler families, as well as visiting scientists and missionaries.
The generous support of the Friends of Bowdoin College has made this exhibit possible.