Walk the Trails
See the Reproductions
Learn and Experience More
Whether a resident or visitor to the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, you won't want to miss out this summer. Learn more about the Beothuks. Here are some of the sites and interpretation centres recommended by the Beothuk Institute. Why not add them to your vacation planner! You won't be disappointed.
Beothuk Interpretation Centre Provincial Historic Site, Boyd's Cove
Botwood Murals Art Society, Botwood
March March Provincial Museum, Grand Falls-Windsor
Red Indian Lake Heritage Society
The Rooms, St. John's
Links for More Information
The Beothuk Institute is continually looking for valid information on the Beothuk people of Newfoundland and their predecessors to share with its membership. The following are links to other websites relevant to us and our mission. Each link has been reviewed and approved by the Board.
Archaeology in Newfoundland and Labrador: Annual Reports
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador: Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation
Beothuk Religious Beliefs and Practices
Dr Ingeborg Marshall
Heritage Newfoundland Labrador
Dr. Ralph T. Pastore
What happened to the Beothuk Indians?
History of the Beothuk
Newfoundland History: Beothuk
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
The Beothuk of Newfoundland
Visit Newfoundland and Labrador
Links for Children
The Canadian Encyclopedia: Beothuk
Dr James A. Tuck
Native Languages of the Americas: Beothuk Language and the Beothuk Indians
Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis
As a volunteer organization, the Beothuk Institute depends on the generous donations of people who are interested in the Beothuk people and their history. All proceeds go toward the work of the Institute and special projects that contribute to the advancement of our mission.
We are a registered charitable organization under the laws of Newfoundland and Labrador. Donations are tax deductible.