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21. Artifacts in the attic of the Brett house, Joe Batt's Arm Artifacts in the attic of the Brett house, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Artifacts in the Brett house, including an unfinished hooked rug and a toy horse.

22. At the head of the stage with mackerel coming into shore: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay At the head of the stage with mackerel coming into shore: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Standing at the end of the Coles stage, waiting for mackerel to come in to the shore with Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman. Mackerel do not usually come in but have been for the past two years, the first time this has occurred in eight to ten years.

23. Attic showing roof, Peter Emberley's cabin, Little Fogo Island Attic showing roof, Peter Emberley's cabin, Little Fogo Island Objects Attic in Peter Emberley's cabin, Little Fogo Island, with a toy dump truck and a metal colander.

24. Back and side of Dan Greene's house, Tilting Back and side of Dan Greene's house, Tilting Objects Back and side of Dan Greene's house.

25. Barking pot, Greene's Point, Tilting Barking pot, Greene's Point, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work A barking kettle or pot, used to boil down the bark from evergreen trees. This created a solution that acted as a preservative for fishing nets and lines, hence the phrase "barking the twine."

26. Barrels in Martin Hart's store, Deep Bay Barrels in Martin Hart's store, Deep Bay Sheds; Barrels (possibly cod liver oil) in Martin Hart's store in Deep Bay, Fogo Island

27. Bathroom in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Bathroom in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects A bathroom in the Brett house with clawfoot tub and porcelain wash basin on a washstand

28. Beach and gardens in Oliver's Cove, Tilting Beach and gardens in Oliver's Cove, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Oliver's Cove with wooden fences around potato beds. The rocky beach is also visible.

29. Bedroom in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Bedroom in the Brett House, Joe Batt's Arm Objects A bedroom in the Brett house, with an iron wire-framed bedstead and a washstand with water jug, basin and chamber pot; also a small iron stove with chimney.

30. Beer bottles in Peter Emberley's attic, Little Fogo Island Beer bottles in Peter Emberley's attic, Little Fogo Island Objects; Food Two Dominion "stumpy" (or "stubby") beer bottles in the attic of Peter Emberley's cabin on Little Fogo Island. This type of beer bottle is no longer made.

31. Beer tent: Tilting Festival, Tilting Beer tent: Tilting Festival, Tilting Festive events and games; Music and song Picture of the evening crowd watching the fireworks, taken from the beer tent, 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.

32. Berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Full length video recording of berry picking with Bridget Jacobs in Joe Batt's Arm, Fogo Island, from which the other video clips are drawn.

33. Bessie Dawe and Lewis Payne, fishing, Town of Fogo Bessie Dawe and Lewis Payne, fishing, Town of Fogo Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Migration/settlement Lewis Payne talks about fishing. Since he did not have a boat of his own, as a young man he went fishing for five years in another man's boat. They sold their catch to Earls in the Town of Fogo. Lewis then discusses the outmigration of people to Alberta. Stages, traps and people are gone from the community. Bessie Dawe states that the cove was once full of flakes, so you could step from one to the next. From the Anthonys to the Dawes and the Roses there would be flakes.

34. Bessie Dawe and Lewis Payne, Town of Fogo Bessie Dawe and Lewis Payne, Town of Fogo Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Bessie Dawe talks about how they would row from Seldom-Come-By to the Cape down by Tilting to fish. Lewis Payne describes how they would row from the Town of Fogo to Copper Island, past Change Island, in order to cut firewood as there is no wood near the Town of Fogo. Once when Lewis was out with other men to get wood on Copper Island, they pitched a tent which caught fire and burned, leaving them with no supplies. To find a boat to get over to Change Island where Lewis had a sister required walking eleven miles. They then rowed across to the Town of Fogo but it was too rough to get into the harbour, forcing them to row to Payne's Harbour (which is now considered a part of Island Harbour but was once its own community). From Payne's Harbour the men walked to the Town of Fogo.

35. Bessie Dawe in her kitchen, Seldom-Come-By Bessie Dawe in her kitchen, Seldom-Come-By Social beliefs, practices and customs Bessie Dawe is originally from Stag Harbour but moved to Seldom-Come-By when she was married.

36. Bessie Dawe on living in Seldom, Seldom-Come-By Bessie Dawe on living in Seldom, Seldom-Come-By Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Social beliefs, practices and customs Bessie Dawe recalls travelling on horseback to Wild Cove and Stag Harbour, as well as buying groceries at the F.U. Trading Co.

37. Bessie Dawe punt rowing, Seldom-Come-By Bessie Dawe punt rowing, Seldom-Come-By Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects Bessie Dawe describes rowing punts in Seldom-Come-By Harbour.

38. Bessie Dawe's family history, Seldom-Come-By Bessie Dawe's family history, Seldom-Come-By Migration/settlement Bessie Dawe speaks about her children.

39. Bessie Dawe's house, Seldom-Come-By Bessie Dawe's house, Seldom-Come-By Objects; Migration/settlement The house in which Bessie Dawe and Lewis Payne live. Street sign reads: Wild Cove Rd.

40. Bill Brett and Mark Ferguson in Bill Brett's store with his boat, Joe Batt's Arm Bill Brett and Mark Ferguson in Bill Brett's store with his boat, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Bill Brett and Mark Ferguson in Bill Brett's store with his boat.
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