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161. Detailed view of a rug: Lillian Dwyer's hooked rugs, Tilting Detailed view of a rug: Lillian Dwyer's hooked rugs, Tilting Objects A close-up view of one of Lillian Dwyer's hooked rugs with multi-colour stripes and a black border.

162. Details of "pounds" in large stage, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Details of "pounds" in large stage, Dean's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Migration/settlement View of the pounds in large stage. Pounds are enclosures used to store fish while in salt.

163. Details of Frank Waterman's stage, Deep Bay Details of Frank Waterman's stage, Deep Bay Vernacular architecture View of the supportive structure under Frank Waterman's stage.

164. Dilapidated stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Dilapidated stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects Dilapitated stage, one of numerous such stages, to the left of the opening of Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island. A small cabin cruiser is in the foreground.

165. Dollhouse in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Dollhouse in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects A dollhouse on display in the Brett House.

166. Donahue, John, Part 1. Interview with John Donahue, Joe Batt's Arm. Donahue, John, Part 1. Interview with John Donahue, Joe Batt's Arm. Work John Donahue discusses life in the past on Little Fogo Island (also known as Dear Little Island, the Star of the Sea). St. Anne's Church, still standing, was built 125 years ago. When Donahue was a boy, there were 24 families on the island and the school had four teachers. In the community of Garden Cove, people grew vegetables and hay; describes the severe gales that caused much damage to boats and stages.

167. Donahue, John, Part 2. Interview with John Donahue, Joe Batt's Arm. Donahue, John, Part 2. Interview with John Donahue, Joe Batt's Arm. Work John Donahue discusses the history of Joe Batt's Arm.

168. Donahue, John. John Donahue discusses building a fishing stage. Donahue, John. John Donahue discusses building a fishing stage. Migration/settlement; Work;

169. Donahue, John. John Donahue discusses losing a fishing stage in a storm. Donahue, John. John Donahue discusses losing a fishing stage in a storm. Migration/settlement; Work;

170. Door latch on John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Door latch on John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Close-up view from the inside of the homemade wooden door latch on John Brown's stage.

171. Door, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Door, Peter Emberley's stage, Little Fogo Island Objects View from the inside of the door to the back Peter Emberley's stage.

172. Doorknob with rope closure in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Doorknob with rope closure in John Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work A wooden doorknob with rope closure in John Brown's stage.

173. Doug Primmer's flake and bridge, Barr'd Islands Doug Primmer's flake and bridge, Barr'd Islands Boats; Boardwalks; Doug Primmer's flake and the ramp to his stage with oil drums; boats and other premises in the background.

174. 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.

175. Doug Primmer's stage with long bridge, Barr'd Islands Doug Primmer's stage with long bridge, Barr'd Islands Outbuildings; Boardwalks; Sheds; Boats; Doug Primmer's fishing stage showing a long wooden bridge or ramp, with boats, stages and houses in the background

176. Draw bucket in Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Draw bucket in Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Metal drawing bucket on the floor of the stage. Drawing buckets are used to draw water up into the stage, both to wash the split fish and to clean the stage itself.

177. Drawer with a fish motif in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Drawer with a fish motif in Len Brown's store, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work An open drawer with a cod fish motif.

178. Dresser in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Dresser in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects A dresser with a mounted mirror in a bedroom of the Brett House. On it are two hand mirrors, a small bouquet of artificial flowers and another small object. An iron bedstead stands to the side.

179. Drip moulding above a window on Jack Donahue's home, Joe Batt's Arm Drip moulding above a window on Jack Donahue's home, Joe Batt's Arm Objects View of the drip moulding with decorative spools above the the exterior of a window on Jack Donahue's home.

180. 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.
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