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121. Cod drying on hand flakes, Stanley Waterman, Deep Bay Cod drying on hand flakes, Stanley Waterman, Deep Bay Storms Split and salted cod drying on hand flakes.

122. Cod fish hooked with nylon stockings: Lillian Dwyer's hooked rugs, Tilting Cod fish hooked with nylon stockings: Lillian Dwyer's hooked rugs, Tilting Objects A rug or mat hooked by Lillian Dwyer, with a cod fish hooked with dyed nylon stockings. Lillian learned this method of rug hooking at a rug hook camp.

123. Cod tongue on splitting table in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Cod tongue on splitting table in Dan Greene's stage, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food A close-up view of a cod tongue lying on the splitting table after being cut out of the fish's head.

124. Coffin in Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Coffin in Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Wooden coffin made by Len Brown's great-uncle.

125. Coffins' slipway, Joe Batt's Arm Coffins' slipway, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Objects The Coffins live in the bottom of Joe Batt's Arm. The small wooden boat by the slipway was made for their children.

126. Coles family house, floated over from Change Island: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Coles family house, floated over from Change Island: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Work; Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Migration/settlement Morley Coles points out his family home, floated over from Change Island in 1947, before Joey Smallwood's resettlement program. The stage was floated over from Blacky Cove which is around the bay from Deep Bay. A store was also brought, but it is gone now.

127. Coles, Leslie, Part 1. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay. Coles, Leslie, Part 1. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay. Work Leslie Coles discusses fishing and preparing fish in Newfoundland

128. Coles, Leslie, Part 2. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay. Coles, Leslie, Part 2. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay. Work Leslie Coles discusses fishing and preparing fish in Newfoundland

129. Coles, Leslie. Leslie Coles discusses the work of women in fish processing. Coles, Leslie. Leslie Coles discusses the work of women in fish processing. Fishing; A clip of Leslie Coles discussing women's work in fish processing.

130. Coles, Leslie. Leslie Coles on women processing fish. Coles, Leslie. Leslie Coles on women processing fish. Fishing; Fishes; Fishers; Leslie Coles describes the work of women in the processing of fish.

131. Compass box in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Compass box in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A wooden compass box with lid in Len Brown's store.

132. Compass box with the lid open, in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Compass box with the lid open, in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A wooden compass box with the lid open, in Len Brown's store.

133. 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.

134. Connors, Theresa. Theresa Connors interview, February 3, 1999. Connors, Theresa. Theresa Connors interview, February 3, 1999. Towns; Theresa Connors talks about living in Norris Arm.

135. 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.

136. "Crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm "Crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment "Crackerberries" or crackers, found in abundance.

137. "Crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm "Crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment "Cracker" or crackerberry bush, which grows low to the ground. Commonly seen on the edge of paths.

138. Current population of the community: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Current population of the community: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Work; Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Migration/settlement Discussion of the changes the community of Deep Bay has seen. Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman say that the current total population is approximately 100-130 people; when they were growing up it was close to 300, with households of eight to ten people. Aubrey says that now his household of four people is the largest. Many houses only have one person.

139. 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.

140. 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.
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