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181. Dan Greene and the pounds in his stage, Tilting Dan Greene and the pounds in his stage, Tilting Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Dan Greene stands in his stage by the pounds, where the fish is put during salting. There buckets of salt in the pounds.

182. Dan Greene's stage and bridge, as seen looking up through the boardwalk, Tilting Dan Greene's stage and bridge, as seen looking up through the boardwalk, Tilting Objects; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Work Dan Greene's stage and bridge, as seen from the rocks underneath on the landwash.

183. Stage: Tilting Festival, Tilting Stage: Tilting Festival, Tilting Festive events and games; Music and song Daytime view of the stage at the Tilting Festival, with man playing accordion.

184. Ryan, Desmond. Desmond Ryan interview, March 8, 1999. Ryan, Desmond. Desmond Ryan interview, March 8, 1999. Towns; Desmond Ryan talks about living in Norris Arm.

185. 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.

186. Peter Emberley's cabin rafters, Little Fogo Island Peter Emberley's cabin rafters, Little Fogo Island Objects Detail of the rafters and roof in Peter Emberley's cabin.

187. Floor of Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Floor of Len Brown's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Objects; Work Details of the wooden floor of Len Brown's stage.

188. 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.

189. List of berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm List of berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion about the owners of the house with the blackcurrants, Winston Jacobs' cousin's son. The family have moved out west. Beyond Bridget's mother's house are blueberries, "crackers" and "partridgeberrries". It is too late for "bakeapples". Last year the blackcurrants did not bloom.

190. Blueberries and "crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries and "crackerberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion of blueberries and "crackerberries", or crackers, which are eaten right off the bush.

191. Marshberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Marshberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion of marshberries, which darken when they are ripe. Those found are small. A hard berry to bite into, they make good jam. Bridget Jacobs believes that their bitter taste indicates their goodness.

192. Blackcurrants: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blackcurrants: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion of the blackcurrant tree, whose fruit is more tart and smokey than other berries. Redcurrants are mentioned as well.

193. 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.

194. Gooseberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Gooseberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion of the gooseberry tree outside Bridget Jacobs' door. The berries turn dark when they are ripe and ready to eat. Gooseberries grow all over Fogo Island including Sandy Cove, Tilting.

195. Raspberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Raspberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Discussion of the raspberries near Bridget Jacobs’ house. The fill used in the area 14 years ago was apparently full of raspberry seeds. There is also a wild cherry tree, identified by Dick (Dr. Richard) Merritt, a plant biologist with Rutgers University, who lives in Joe Batt’s Arm in the summer. His wife Bonnie McKay Merritt, a social anthropologist, wrote her Ph.D. thesis on longliners on Fogo Island.

196. Primmer, Doug, Part 2. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Primmer, Doug, Part 2. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Vernacular architecture; Cod fishing; Fish culture; Fishers; Fishes; Fishing; Commercial fishing; Fishing equipment; Knives (cutting tools); Doug Primmer discusses flakes, stages, and fishing in Newfoundland

197. Primmer, Doug, Part 3. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Primmer, Doug, Part 3. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Vernacular architecture; Cod fishing; Fish culture; Fishers; Fishes; Fishing; Commercial fishing; Fishing nets; Fishing equipment; Knives (cutting tools); Doug Primmer discusses flakes, stages, and fishing in Newfoundland

198. Primmer, Doug, Part 1. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Primmer, Doug, Part 1. Interview with Doug Primmer, Barr'd Islands. Cod fishing; Fishers; Fishes; Fishing equipment; Knives (cutting tools); Salt-curing; Outbuildings; Vernacular architecture; Doug Primmer discusses his fishing stage and the fish processing equipment, including the splitting table, puncheon tub and pounds. Discussion of the methods of fish processing, salting and drying that were once used; also fishing in Newfoundland

199. 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

200. 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.
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