January 1901
Under the Great Bear;1/ 1/1901, p21
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Chapter VII of the book “Under the Great Bear,” is presented. It highlights the escape of the “Sea Bee” where Cabot Grant, White David Gidge and Whiteway Baldwin were aboard from the questioning of a frigate. It then cites their journey to St. George's Bay where there is another train station after failing in Port aux Basques for Cabot's journey to St. John.


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