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121. Blackcurrants: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blackcurrants: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Blackcurrants growing in Bridget Jacobs' neighbours' yard, used to treat stomach upset as instructed by a local doctor (see video ICHFP00150: Blackcurrant cure story). The neighbours have moved out west.

122. Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Blueberries, common to Fogo Island.

123. Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Blueberries, common to Fogo Island.

124. Two boats tied to the McGrath's stage, Tilting Two boats tied to the McGrath's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Boats tied to the state belonging to the McGrath family, as seen from the inside looking through the stage doorway.

125. Going to pick berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Going to pick berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs describes how her family goes up into the hills to gather partridgeberries and blueberries, filling meat buckets with the picked fruit. They often take a picnic and stay all day. The berries are best picked later as they then need less water to make jam, although sugar is still required.

126. "Blackberries" and Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm "Blackberries" and Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs finds both "blackberries" and unripe blueberries growing in the same area

127. Poison bush: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Poison bush: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs points out a bush which bears poisonous white berries that birds can digest. Partridgeberries are also found in the area.

128. Boys Love: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Boys Love: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs points out a flowering plant called "Boys Love," growing in front of her house. She got it from her husband's brother, Roy Jacobs.

129. Bridget's berry preferences: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Bridget's berry preferences: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs prefers partridgeberries and marshberries to blueberries for jam and tarts, although blueberry muffins are good.

130. Blackcurrant cure story: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blackcurrant cure story: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Illness and Health Bridget Jacobs recounts how, when her niece was sick and taken to the hospital, the doctor said she needed a vitamin found in the blackcurrant berry. The little girl was given blackcurrants picked from the tree in a neighbour’s yard and was cured.

131. Blueberries and "blue herts": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries and "blue herts": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs shows the difference between blueberries and "blue herts"

132. Field of Battle: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Field of Battle: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs walks in the small valley known as the "Field of Battle". She does not know the reason for the name, but suggests that Carol Penton, the editor of the local newspaper The Fogo Island Flame, may know.

133. Jam: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Jam: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs' homemade jam (type unknown).

134. List of berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm List of berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget lists the various types of berries and the order in which they ripen: "blackberries", "bakeapple", blueberry, "blue herts", "partridgeberries", "marshberries", cranberries, gooseberries and blackcurrants.

135. Altar, St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Altar, St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Objects; Supernatural belief Built in 1867, the altar of St. Anne's Church with statues of Jesus and the Blessed Virgin and Child, as well as votive candles and vases of plastic flowers. Behind the altar is a picture of Jesus on the cross.

136. SUF (Society of United Fishermen) building in the Town of Fogo SUF (Society of United Fishermen) building in the Town of Fogo Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Built in 1874 this large building housed the SUF (Society of United Fishermen).

137. Built-in cupboard in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Built-in cupboard in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Built-in cupboard with drawers at the top of a stairwell in the Brett house.

138. Cabins and outbuildings, Little Fogo Island Cabins and outbuildings, Little Fogo Island Objects Cabins and sheds, Little Fogo Island, with people in the foreground and the ocean in the background.

139. Cape Fogo, Joe Batt's Arm Cape Fogo, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment Cape Fogo, as seen from a boat on the way to Little Fogo Island.

140. Caribou antlers by Hewitt's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Caribou antlers by Hewitt's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Social beliefs, practices and customs; Work; Objects Caribou antlers outside of the Hewitt's stage in Joe Batt's Arm. There is a herd estimated at 600-plus caribou on Fogo Island, and the animals can be a nuisance. Caribou are hunted for food and there is an annual cull.
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