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61. Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Jack Casey, in water (1)
 Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Jack Casey, in water (1) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Wooden row punt built by Jack Casey in 2009.

62. Burrage, A., Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Burrage, A., Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part one of David Taylor's interview with Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Burrage discusses the methods and materials used in boatbuilding, the types of boats in his area, towns' reputations for boatbuilding, changes in his boat designs, and the future of boatbuilding.

63. Pearcey, L., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 29, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's March 29, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Pearcey discusses the tools, methods and materials used in boatbuilding.

64. Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1.
 Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Lester Vivian in May 2013, George’s Pont, Gander Bay. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

65. Bishop, R., Nov. 16, 1983, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Russell Bishop regarding boatbuilding. Bishop, R., Nov. 16, 1983, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Russell Bishop regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part one of David Taylor's November 16, 1983 interview with Russell Bishop regarding boatbuilding, Hatchet Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Bishop discusses boatbuilding methods, types of boats, the prices of his boats, areas' reputations for boatbuilding, and the Loan Board's inspection policies.

66. Casey, J. Jack Casey shaping timber (1)
 Casey, J. Jack Casey shaping timber (1) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Jack Casey shaping timber for row punt built in 2009

67. Casey, J. Sept. 27, 2012, Part 1. Crystal Braye and Jerome Canning interviewing Jack Casey.
 Casey, J. Sept. 27, 2012, Part 1. Crystal Braye and Jerome Canning interviewing Jack Casey. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Jack Casey talks about wooden boat building; growing up in Conche; harvesting timber; using moulds that once belonged to his grandfather; compares his wooden boat building techniques with those used by his father; Casey and O'Niel family histories; fishing.

68. Vivian, L. Lester and his Gander Bay Boat, George's Point, Gander Bay. 
 Vivian, L. Lester and his Gander Bay Boat, George's Point, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Lester Vivian and his Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built in May 2013. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

69. Casey, J. Moulds used for boat building (2)
 Casey, J. Moulds used for boat building (2) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Jack Casey's moulds used for shaping timbers in wooden boat building. Picture shows two rising squares (top) and two moulds (bottom). Once belonged to his grandfather Michael Casey who settled in Conche in 1850. Used for building a punt.

70. Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1978, Part 2. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1978, Part 2. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Commercial fishing; Employment; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's interview with Roger Pearson, Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ship Building, Fisheries College of Navigation and Engineering, St. John's, Newfoundland. Interview takes place in Mr. Pearson's St. John's home, April 26, 1978. Mr. Pearson discusses his involvement in various educational programs aimed at teaching Newfoundland fishers traditional Newfoundland boatbuilding skills. Mr. Pearson also discusses the history of boatbuilding in Newfoundland.

71. Casey, J. Lifting lines from Jack Casey's punt (1)
 Casey, J. Lifting lines from Jack Casey's punt (1) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Jerome Canning and Jack Casey take measurements of a row punt built by Mr. Casey, owned by Wallace Skinner in Pasadena.

72. Dalton, J., May 29, 1982, Part 2. David Taylor interviews Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Dalton, J., May 29, 1982, Part 2. David Taylor interviews Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part two of David Taylor's May 29, 1982 interview with Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Dalton discusses the use of scale models in boatbuilding, methods of boatbuilding, and the number of boatbuilders in his area.

73. Reid, E., May 24, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Eleazor Reid regarding boatbuilding. Reid, E., May 24, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Eleazor Reid regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Eleazor Reid of Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland regarding boatbuilding. Reid discusses different boat types, different boat sizes, different boat builders, and helping others with boatbuilding. Interview takes place May 24, 1979.

74. Pearcey, L., Mar, 22, 1979, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar, 22, 1979, Part 3. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; The conclusion of David Taylor's March 22, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcy regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Pearcey discusses different types of boats, the introduction of motor boats and speed boats to the area, the decline of boatbuilding in Winterton, the cost of boatbuilding, and the tools used.

75. Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Mr. Casey in 2009, in water (3)
 Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Mr. Casey in 2009, in water (3) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Andrea Skinner, Jack Casey and Wally Skinner rowing 16' wooden punt. Built by Jack Casey in 2009.

76. Saunders, Eugene. Jul. 7, 2013. Crystal Braye interviewing Eugene and Rose Saunders, Glenwood. 
 Saunders, Eugene. Jul. 7, 2013. Crystal Braye interviewing Eugene and Rose Saunders, Glenwood. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Eugene Saunders talks about building Gander River boats and working as a guide at outfitting camps in Newfoundland and Labrador.

77. Barrett, H., June 16, 1982, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Harold Barrett regarding boatbuilding. Barrett, H., June 16, 1982, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Harold Barrett regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part one of David Taylor's June 16, 1982 interview with Harold Barrett regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Barrett discusses his work as a fisher, the methods used in boatbuilding, the different features of a boat, and what makes a good boat.

78. Saunders, E. Eugene and his Gander River Boat, Glenwood. 
 Saunders, E. Eugene and his Gander River Boat, Glenwood. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Eugene Saunders in his Gander River Boat built during winter 2012-13. This boat is 7.3 metres (24 feet) long, 119 cm (47 inches) wide, and 48 cm (19 inches) deep; built with juniper ribs, spruce keel and planks.

79. Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Mr. Casey in 2009, launch (2)
 Casey, J. Wooden punt built by Mr. Casey in 2009, launch (2) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; (L-R) Wally Skinner, Jack Casey, and Andrea Skinner load punt into trailer.

80. Casey, J. Wooden row punt built by Jack Casey, Stern (2)
 Casey, J. Wooden row punt built by Jack Casey, Stern (2) Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Row punt built by Jack Casey in 2009.
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