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History Post-confederation (1867-)

The Coast of Newfoundland

The Southwest Corner

by (author) Clarence Vautier

Flanker Press
Initial publish date
Dec 2002
Post-Confederation (1867-)
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    Publish Date
    Dec 2002
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Clarence Vautier illuminates the great sea-going traditions of the remote, southwest waters of Newfoundland.
The Coast of Newfoundland is a tribute to the men and women who faced the challenge of the sea, usually with success, but not without personal tragedy.

About the author

Clarence Vautier, Jr. was born in 1972 in La Poile, Newfoundland and Labrador. He moved away to attend high school, and after high school he fished with his father Clarence, Sr. and his brother Raymond for a short time. Upon completion of school at the Nautical Institute of Nova Scotia in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia, Clarence Vautier obtained employment with Biorex Atlantic Inc., where he took many voyages on many fishing vessels on the east coast of Canada.In 1994 he enrolled at the Institute of Fisheries and Marine Technology at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s, where he studied navigation. He later went to work as a deck officer on the Great Lakes, first for P & H Shipping, then for Algoma Central Marine, where he remains today.Clarence Vautier currently resides in St. John’s with his wife, Marina, and his son, Brandon Daniel.

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