1917 : MIQUELON CELEBRATES AMERICAN AID IN WAR

MIQUELON CELEBRATES AMERICAN AID IN WAR
St Pierre, Miquelon. May 6 – Yesterday in commemoration of the entry of the United States into the war all government and many private buildings and ships in the harbour were bedecked with flags. The Cercle St Pierrais invited the American Consul Mr Samuel H. Wiley, to meet the members of the colonial administration.  Toasts were given by Mr Wiley, by the administrator of the colony and by the Mayor of the city to the speedy success of the Allies.
In the evening large crowds with musicians and American and allied flags made an …

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1903 : Christian Brothers Driven From St Pierre Arrive in Halifax.

23 juillet 1903 : Closed the schools – Toronto Star
Christian Brothers Driven From St Pierre Arrive in Halifax.
Halifax, N.S., July 23. – Fifteen Christian Brothers from St. Pierre, Miquelon, who were obliged to close their schools and leave the islands as a result of the French law of associations, arrived at Sydney yesterday. The brothers were bound for Montreal and New york. Three weeks ago the Governor of the islands received a despatch from the Home Office instructing him to close the schools on the island.…

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