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201. Peter Emberley near the doorway of his stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Peter Emberley near the doorway of his stage, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Objects Coming into Wadham's Harbour, view of Peter Emberley seated near the open doorway of his stage. The stores are built high up as the shoreline is steep. Another man stands on the hill in the background.

202. Peter Decker's store, Joe Batt's Arm Peter Decker's store, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Peter Decker's store, Joe Batt's Arm. Cribbies, made of criss-crossed longers, clearly visible here, make a place for rocks to act as ballast, then the store is built on top of this structure.

203. Peter Decker's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Peter Decker's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Objects Peter Decker's store, seen from the water below

204. Peter Decker's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Peter Decker's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Objects View of the underside of Peter Decker's fishing stage, showing the "longers".

205. Pete Emberley's yard, Joe Batt's Arm Pete Emberley's yard, Joe Batt's Arm Work; Objects Array of tools laid out on a large rock near Pete Emberley's house.

206. Pentons, with guns raised and prepared to shoot, in celebration of a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Pentons, with guns raised and prepared to shoot, in celebration of a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Social beliefs, practices and customs On the south side of Joe Batt's Arm, Jamie Penton (Corner Brook), John Osmond (Joe Batt's Arm), Norman Penton (Vancouver, B.C.), Walter Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) and Ferg Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) prepare to shoot off their guns for a cousins wedding; Tina Coffin and Steve Penton are the newlyweds. This is a common practice on Fogo Island.

207. Pentons shooting off guns for a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Pentons shooting off guns for a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Objects; Social beliefs, practices and customs On the south side of Joe Batt's Arm, Jamie Penton (Corner Brook), John Osmond (Joe Batt's Arm), Norman Penton (Vancouver, B.C.), Walter Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) and Ferg Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) shoot off their guns in celebration of a cousin's wedding; cars pass by on the road with honking horns. Tina Coffin and Steve Penton are the newlyweds. This is a common practice on Fogo Island.

208. Pentons gathering and shooting off guns for a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Pentons gathering and shooting off guns for a family wedding, Joe Batt's Arm Objects; Social beliefs, practices and customs On the south side of Joe Batt's Arm, Jamie Penton (Corner Brook), John Osmond (Joe Batt's Arm), Norman Penton (Vancouver, B.C.), Walter Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) and Ferg Penton (Joe Batt's Arm) shoot off their guns for a cousin's wedding as cars pass by on the road honking horns; Tina Coffin and Steve Penton are the newlyweds. This is a common practice on Fogo Island.

209. Penton, John and Ida. John and Ida Penton interview, January 29, 1999. Penton, John and Ida. John and Ida Penton interview, January 29, 1999. Towns; John & Ida Penton talk about living in Norris Arm.

210. Penton, Aiden. Interview with Aiden Penton, Boatbuilder. Penton, Aiden. Interview with Aiden Penton, Boatbuilder. Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work; Aiden Penton discusses his life as a boat builder, his family history, and boat building in Joe Batt's Arm. Comments on the importance of learning Newfoundland local history. Interview recorded at the Marine Institute of Memorial University as part of a boatbuilding fieldwork documentation course.

211. Parts of the stage: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Parts of the stage: Morley Coles and Aubrey Waterman, Deep Bay Work; Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Migration/settlement Morley Coles gives a tour of the stage. A hole in the floor is for drawing water. There is a lot of splatter from fish guts from the splitting table, which was not painted because the paint would come off on the fish. At one time five people fished out of this stage. Morley describes how they would prepare the fish in the first part of the stage, and salt it in the second part. He shows where they would bring up the fish. Morley and Aubrey Waterman also point out where the families' flakes were. The flakes are gone now as they were too much for Morley to keep up.

212. Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Partridgeberry plant growing close to a rock.

213. Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Partridgeberries growing on the rocks

214. Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Partridgeberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment An unripe partridgeberry on the left and unripe blueberries on the right.

215. Panorama, Little Fogo Island Panorama, Little Fogo Island Festive events and games; Migration/settlement; Objects Panorama taken from close to St. Anne's Church, showing Wadham's Harbour, the church itself, cabins and people gathering for Mass.

216. Original cedar shingles for the roof of St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Original cedar shingles for the roof of St. Anne's Church, Little Fogo Island Objects Stacks of cedar shingles in the porch of St. Anne's Church, where they are being stored during the restoration of the church. These original cedar shingles were removed to repair roof leaks.

217. Opening of the harbour from the land, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Opening of the harbour from the land, Wadham's Harbour, Little Fogo Island Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects View from the land of the opening of Wadham's Harbour; a trawler and other boats are tied up by a fishing stage/store.

218. Onion pudding recipe in Peter Emberley's cabin, Little Fogo Island Onion pudding recipe in Peter Emberley's cabin, Little Fogo Island Food Handwritten recipe for onion pudding, tacked to the wall of Peter Emberley's kitchen, Little Fogo Island.

219. On Newfoundland and Irish music: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By On Newfoundland and Irish music: accordion playing with Melvin Combden, Seldom-Come-By Music and song Melvin Combden discusses how Newfoundland music is similar to Irish music, since many people in Newfoundland are of Irish descent. Melvin also believes that Roman Catholics are musical by nature and make lively party guests.

220. Oliver's Cove, Tilting Oliver's Cove, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work; Food Oliver's Cove, looking over the potato beds.
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