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Question 1: Ferryland was called "Farilham" by the Portuguese fishermen and "Forillon" by the French—it later became anglicized to its current name "Ferryland." (This should not be confused with the Forillon National Park in ________, which still keeps its French name.)
QuebecOntarioCanadaNew France

Question 2: ________
Division No. 9, Newfoundland and LabradorList of cities and towns in Newfoundland and LabradorDivision No. 8, Newfoundland and LabradorDivision No. 1, Newfoundland and Labrador

Question 3: Calvert appointed Edward Wynne to establish a ________ which became the first successful permanent colony in Newfoundland growing to a population of 100 by 1625.
CityDependent territoryMunicipalityColony

Question 4: According to the 2006 Statistics Canada ________, its population is 529.

Question 5: By the 1590s it was one of the most popular fishing harbours in Newfoundland and acclaimed by Sir ________.
Christopher MarloweEnglandWalter RaleighIreland

Question 6: Ferryland is a town in ________ on the Avalon Peninsula.
Newfoundland (island)CanadaNewfoundland and LabradorNova Scotia

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