Newfoundland - Places

Places

Canada
  • Colony of Newfoundland, an English and later British colony from 1583 to 1907
  • Dominion of Newfoundland, a self-governing dominion of the British Empire from 1907 to 1949
  • Ukasiksalik Island, on Davis Inlet, Labrador, also known as Newfoundland Island
  • Newfoundland Island, Labrador, a small island near Sandwich Bay
United States
  • Newfoundland, Kentucky
  • Newfoundland, New Jersey
  • Newfoundland, Pennsylvania
  • Newfoundland Mountains, of Utah, in the Great Salt Lake Desert

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