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201. Doug Primmer's flake, Barr'd Islands Doug Primmer's flake, Barr'd Islands Boardwalks; Doug Primmer's flake on Barr'd Islands, with houses in the background.

202. Graffiti, drawing, St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Graffiti, drawing, St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Oral Traditions, expressions and the written word; Social beliefs, practices and customs Drawing on the wall of St. Anne's Church

203. Drover Rocks, Little Fogo Island Drover Rocks, Little Fogo Island Knowledge of the land/water and environment Drover Rocks shoal outside of Little Fogo Island, on the right on the way in.

204. Lush, Ellen. Ellen Lush interview, January 29, 1999. Lush, Ellen. Ellen Lush interview, January 29, 1999. Towns; Ellen Lush talks about living in Norris Arm.

205. Rowsell, Eric. Eric Rowsell interview, September 19, 2001. Rowsell, Eric. Eric Rowsell interview, September 19, 2001. Towns; Eric Roswell talks about living in Norris Arm.

206. Melvin Combden and Evelyn Osborne play "St. Anne's Reel": accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Melvin Combden and Evelyn Osborne play "St. Anne's Reel": accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne and Melvin Combden play "St. Anne's Reel" together, over the loud noise of the refridgerator in Melvin's kitchen. Evelyn then plays a variant version alone.

207. Celtic music: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Celtic music: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne asks Melvin Combden about Celtic music. Melvin is unsure what is meant by Celtic music, the term is not used by people on Fogo Island.

208. "Step it out Molly" and "Ruby's Garden": accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By "Step it out Molly" and "Ruby's Garden": accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne asks Melvin Combden to play "Ruby's Garden." Melvin cannot remember the tune so he plays "Step it out Molly" to jog his memory. Remembering "Ruby's Garden," he plays the two songs together. Then Evelyn plays her version of "Ruby's Garden" on the fiddle. The latter was also known as "Abby's Garden."

209. The Islanders: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By The Islanders: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne asks Melvin Combden to play "Dog Cove Jig." The tune is a song played by the Islanders, a Fogo Island band. Some of their other songs include "Islander Jigs" and "Bannerman's Jig." Ed Shepard was a member of the band.

210. Accompanying instruments: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Accompanying instruments: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne asks Melvin Combden what other instruments would accompany the accordion. Usually the guitar. Sometimes they would play the "silly stick" (also known as an "ugly stick"), a stick with a boot on the bottom, beer caps and a can on the top.

211. Melvin Combden and Evelyn Osborne sitting at Melvin's kitchen table: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Melvin Combden and Evelyn Osborne sitting at Melvin's kitchen table: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song; Food Evelyn Osborne holds her fiddle in readiness while Melvin Combden plays the accordion. Tea has been laid out for them on Melvin's kitchen table, including homemade bakeapple jam, crackers and cheese, instant coffee, tea and muffins baked by Melvin's wife.

212. Melvin Combden's playlist: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Melvin Combden's playlist: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Evelyn Osborne reads out Melvin Combden's playlist, including: "Road to the Isles," "Larry O'Grath," "Harriett's Two Step?," "Fisherman's Favorite," "Cliffs of Bacalou," "The Old Man and the Old Woman," "Off She Goes," "an old time jig," "Cock-o-north," "Chase me Charlie," "Mussels in the Corner," "Hi-the Boy," "Step it our Mollie," "Ruby's garden," "Hand me down me Caleco," two old-time square dance jigs, "Half Door," "Flowers of Edinburgh," "(Throw) Other Leg Over," "Maple Sugar," "Rolicking Skipper," "Dog Cove Jig," "Bannerman Jig," "Islander's Jig," "Husky Reel," "New Tune." Melvin Comden played a couple of tunes at the punt launch.

213. Fogo Union Museum from the water side, Seldom-Come-By Fogo Union Museum from the water side, Seldom-Come-By Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Food; Objects; Work F.U. Trading Co. Ltd. building, now the Fogo Union Museum, with wooden boardwalk, seen from the front.

214. Fogo Union Museum, Seldom-Come-By Fogo Union Museum, Seldom-Come-By Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Food; Objects; Work F.U. Trading Co., now the Fogo Union Museum, where people from the communites of Seldom-Come-By, Wild Cove, Stag Harbour and Little Seldom-Come-By would come for supplies.

215. Mark Ferguson and Len Brown in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Mark Ferguson and Len Brown in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Family pictures of the Brett family on a dresser in one of the bedrooms of the Brett house. Len Brown is talking with folklorist Mark Ferguson.

216. Lewis Payne's poem "Part of my life story on our birthday" 5, Town of Fogo Lewis Payne's poem "Part of my life story on our birthday" 5, Town of Fogo Oral Traditions, expressions and the written word Fifth part of the manuscript of poem Lewis Payne wrote for the birthday he shares with his sister Minnie.

217. Filleting cod fish in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Filleting cod fish in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Filleting cod fish on the splitting table in Dan Greene's stage.

218. Letter about Winny Penton's miracle story, page 1, Joe Batt's Arm Letter about Winny Penton's miracle story, page 1, Joe Batt's Arm Social beliefs, practices and customs; Supernatural belief First page of letter from Sister Patricia Marie, to a priest, about her sister, Winny Penton's, miraculous cure.

219. Fish box in large stage, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Fish box in large stage, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Migration/settlement; Objects Fish box in large stage. Fish boxes were used to hold split fish ready for salting.

220. Fish guts and jowls in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Fish guts and jowls in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Fish guts piled on the floor of the stage after the fish have been split. The jowls are on the other side of the splitting table waiting to be washed.
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