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Boyd's Cove is a rural fishing, lumbering and farming town, which was first settled by the Beothuks in the late 1700s and with European settlement the late 1800s. Boyd's Cove has been the main supplier of turnip, carrot, potato and hay to the Nortre Dame Bay area.
In the early 1980s a Beothuk archaeological site was excavated by Dr. Ralph T. Pastore of Memorial University of Newfoundland. Boyd's Cove Beothuk Interpretation Centre in now found at the site; it offers guided tours of the 300 year old site as well as a walking trail.
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