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101. Cabin with three women, Little Fogo Island Cabin with three women, Little Fogo Island Objects A cabin which used to be a home before the resettlement program on Little Fogo Island, with three women in the foreground, and a second cabin in the background.

102. Cabin with two men, Little Fogo Island Cabin with two men, Little Fogo Island Objects Abandoned house, now a cabin, Little Fogo Island. This structure remains from when there was a settlement on the island. Two men stand beside the cabin, while other people can be seen approaching.

103. Cabins and outbuildings seen from the harbour, Little Fogo Island Cabins and outbuildings seen from the harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects Looking up from the harbour at a cabin and its outbuildings, with lobster pots in the foreground.

104. 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.

105. Cabins at Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Cabins at Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects Two cabins in Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island.

106. 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.

107. 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.

108. Carol Penton, Winny Penton and Kathleen Power: Winny Penton's miracle story, Joe Batt's Arm Carol Penton, Winny Penton and Kathleen Power: Winny Penton's miracle story, Joe Batt's Arm Illness and Health; Social beliefs, practices and customs; Supernatural belief Winny Penton was diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer in 1968. She spent nine months in St. Clair's Hospital, St. John's before being sent back to Joe Batt's Arm to die. She decided that she would go to the shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre, outside Quebec City, with a group from the Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland. Her family did not want her to go on this trip but she was determined. There was only one other woman going from Central Newfoundland, and for the most part she was alone. She ate when the rest of the group ate, she slept when they slept and she prayed when they prayed. Three weeks later she flew back to St. John's to see Dr. Bliss Murphy at St. Clair's Hospital. The nurses, Kathleen Power being one of them, could not believe that this was the same woman. Dr. Murphy thought that a mistake must have been made, that it could not be the same Mrs. Penton. Winny Penton was cured. There was no cancer. She is still alive today and living in long term care in the Fogo Island hospital, being treated there for Alzheimer's.

109. 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.

110. Certificate for the "Instrument of Authority" found in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Certificate for the "Instrument of Authority" found in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Certificate for the Instrument of Authority to establish and work a local council of the Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland issued by William F. Coaker to Gormond Fennmore

111. Chair in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Chair in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Wicker armchair with cushion in the Brett house.

112. Chicken coop, Little Fogo Island Chicken coop, Little Fogo Island Objects; Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Chicken coop belonging to Peter Emberley, who spends much of his time at his cabin on Little Fogo Island.

113. Clem Dwyer: Tilting Festival, Tilting Clem Dwyer: Tilting Festival, Tilting Festive events and games; Music and song Clem Dwyer at the Tilting Come Home Year Festival.

114. Close-up of a wooden fence, Oliver's Cove, Tilting Close-up of a wooden fence, Oliver's Cove, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Detail of a wooden fence in Oliver's Cove. Other fences and the shoreline in the background.

115. Close-up of the tin ceiling of the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Close-up of the tin ceiling of the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Close-up of the pattern on the white tin ceiling of the Brett House.

116. Close-up view 1 of a section of the door in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Close-up view 1 of a section of the door in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A close-up view of part of the wooden door in John Brown's stage.

117. Close-up view 2 of a section of the door in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Close-up view 2 of a section of the door in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A close-up view of part of the wooden door in John Brown's stage.

118. Close-up view of an upper corner of the jamb of John Brown's stage door, Joe Batt's Arm Close-up view of an upper corner of the jamb of John Brown's stage door, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A close-up of an upper corner of the doorjamb of John Brown's stage door.

119. Close-up view of the roof of Gard Cooperage, Town of Fogo Close-up view of the roof of Gard Cooperage, Town of Fogo Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Close-up view of the roof of Gard Cooperage, owned by the Gard family in the Town of Fogo.

120. Close-up view of the trough in a splitting table for placing fish guts, outside Len Brown's stage, Joe Close-up view of the trough in a splitting table for placing fish guts, outside Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A splitting table with a trough in it for putting water and fish offal (guts). There is a plug in the bottom for releasing the water, with what appears to be wax paper around it for water tightness.
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