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81. 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

82. "Blackberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm "Blackberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment "Blackberry" bush in Joe Batt's Arm. The bushes grow small and close to the ground.

83. Blueberries and "blue herts": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries and "blue herts": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs shows the difference between blueberries and "blue herts"

84. "Blackberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm "Blackberries": berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment A bag of "blackberries" picked by Bridget Jacobs, lying on the kitchen table of her home in Joe Batt's Arm.

85. 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.

86. 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.

87. Field of Battle: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Field of Battle: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs walks in the small valley known as the "Field of Battle". She does not know the reason for the name, but suggests that Carol Penton, the editor of the local newspaper The Fogo Island Flame, may know.

88. 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.

89. Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Blueberries, common to Fogo Island.

90. Blueberries and Marshberries: Berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries and Marshberries: Berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Searching for marshberries. Blueberries and crackers are present in large numbers

91. Tea berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Tea berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Mention of cranberries, which are found further down the shore. Also a discussion of tea berries, which some people call million tea berries, and which Bridget Jacobs likes very much.

92. Foxy digger: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Foxy digger: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Mention of butterflies, which were in abundance that summer. Then Bridget spots a small bird which she calls a Foxy Digger.

93. Going to pick berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Going to pick berries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs describes how her family goes up into the hills to gather partridgeberries and blueberries, filling meat buckets with the picked fruit. They often take a picnic and stay all day. The berries are best picked later as they then need less water to make jam, although sugar is still required.

94. Bridget's berry preferences: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Bridget's berry preferences: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs prefers partridgeberries and marshberries to blueberries for jam and tarts, although blueberry muffins are good.

95. 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 Gooseberries on a tree outside Bridget Jacobs' door.

96. Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Blueberries: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Blueberries, common to Fogo Island.

97. "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.

98. 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.

99. Boys Love: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Boys Love: berry picking with Bridget Jacobs, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Knowledge of the land/water and environment Bridget Jacobs points out a flowering plant called "Boys Love," growing in front of her house. She got it from her husband's brother, Roy Jacobs.

100. Caribou antlers by Hewitt's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Caribou antlers by Hewitt's stage, Joe Batt's Arm Food; Social beliefs, practices and customs; Work; Objects Caribou antlers outside of the Hewitt's stage in Joe Batt's Arm. There is a herd estimated at 600-plus caribou on Fogo Island, and the animals can be a nuisance. Caribou are hunted for food and there is an annual cull.
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