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161. Splitting knife and "jowls" on the splitting table in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Splitting knife and "jowls" on the splitting table in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Cod jowls and a splitting knife on the splitting table in Dan Greene's stage.

162. Mike Lane's fishing stage with cod liver oil barrels, Tilting Mike Lane's fishing stage with cod liver oil barrels, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Cod liver oil barrels stand outside Mike Lane's fishing stage, which is positioned with the broader side facing the water, unlike other fishing stages.

163. Abandoned cod liver oil factory, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Abandoned cod liver oil factory, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Cod liver oil factory, now abandoned, and other buildings in Dean's Cove, Little Fogo Island, seen from the water.

164. Stubby-nosed codfish head seen from below, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Stubby-nosed codfish head seen from below, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects Codfish head nailed to the wall in Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island. A codfish head may be kept if there is something unique about it--such as the stubby nose of this one.

165. Stubby-nosed codfish head, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Stubby-nosed codfish head, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Codfish head nailed to the wall in Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island. This fish head has been kept because of its unusual stubby nose.

166. Peter Emberley near the doorway of his stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Peter Emberley near the doorway of his stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects Coming into Wadham's Harbour, view of Peter Emberley seated near the open doorway of his stage. The stores are built high up as the shoreline is steep. Another man stands on the hill in the background.

167. Concession stand: Tilting Festival, Tilting Concession stand: Tilting Festival, Tilting Festive events and games; Music and song Concession stand, Tilting Festival. The Tilting Festival is a yearly event, and as 2007 was Come Home Year for the town the festival was larger than usual.

168. Cotton grass: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Cotton grass: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Cotton grass, Joe Batt's Arm.

169. Homemade crab pots, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Homemade crab pots, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Crab pots, constructed of plastic buckets and netting, made by Peter Emberley.

170. Removing the cod's head, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Removing the cod's head, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Cutting the head from the cod fish.

171. Cutting the jowls out of the head of cod, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Cutting the jowls out of the head of cod, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Cutting the jowls from a cod's head, with a view of the cod's heads with the jowls removed. The jowl is either boiled or fried.

172. Cutting the jowls out of the cod's head, Greene's stage, Tilting Cutting the jowls out of the cod's head, Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Cutting the jowls out of the heads of cod. The "jowls" are in the jaw of the cod fish. This part of the fish is either boiled or fried.

173. Cutting out the fish jowls, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Cutting out the fish jowls, Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Cutting the jowls out of the heads of cod. The "jowls" are in the jaw of the cod fish. This part of the fish is either boiled or fried.

174. Dan Greene's splitting table, Tilting Dan Greene's splitting table, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Dan Green always painted his splitting table white so that he knew that was clean at the end of the day. The pound is where the salt cod was stored and cured before be put on the flake to dry.

175. Dan Greene's splitting table with pounds in background, Tilting Dan Greene's splitting table with pounds in background, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Dan Green always painted his splitting table white so that he knew that was clean at the end of the day. The pound is where the salt cod was stored and cured before being put on the flake to dry.

176. Greene, Dan, Part 1. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Greene, Dan, Part 1. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Work Dan Greene discusses preparing fish in Newfoundland

177. Greene, Dan, Part 3. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Greene, Dan, Part 3. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Work; Dan Greene discusses preparing fish in Newfoundland

178. Greene, Dan, Part 4. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Greene, Dan, Part 4. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Work Dan Greene discusses preparing fish in Newfoundland

179. Greene, Dan, Part 2. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Greene, Dan, Part 2. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Work; Dan Greene discusses preparing fish in Newfoundland

180. Greene, Dan, Part 5. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Greene, Dan, Part 5. Interview with Dan Greene, Tilting. Work Dan Greene discusses preparing fish in Newfoundland
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