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41. Propeller and shaft for Acadia engine, with Calvin Toope, Manuels Propeller and shaft for Acadia engine, with Calvin Toope, Manuels Calvin Toope holding a propellor shaft complete with propellor for a 5 Acadia engine.

42. Ceased 6 Acadia engine, Manuels Ceased 6 Acadia engine, Manuels A ceased up 5 Acadia engine in Calvin Toope's shed. Although it no long works, Calvin is keeping this engine to scrap for parts so that he can get other engines running.

43. Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland This Acadia Stationary Engine sits at the top of the launch in Bauline

44. 8 Acadia engine owned by Leo Stack, Petty Harbour - Maddox Cove 8 Acadia engine owned by Leo Stack, Petty Harbour - Maddox Cove 8 Acadia in owned by Leo Stack of Maddox Cove, carburetor side shown, Petty Harbour Maddox Cove

45. Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Stamped logo on Acadia Stationary Engine in Bauline

46. 6 Acadia Engine, Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove Museum, Petty-Harbour, Newfoundland 6 Acadia Engine, Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove Museum, Petty-Harbour, Newfoundland 6 Acadia engine rests in the Petty Harbour Maddox Cove Community Museum after being donated by local resident Thomas Clarke Sr., Petty Harbour Maddox Cove

47. Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Manufacturing plate on Acadia Stationary Engine in Bauline

48. Acadia 7 in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador Acadia 7 in shed, Mary's Harbour Labrador An Acadia 7 engine rests in a shed in Mary's Harbour, Labrador

49. Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Acadia Stationary Engine, Bauline, Newfoundland Acadia Stationary engine from the front in Bauline

50. Carburetor on 6 Acadia engine restored by Max Clarke, Paradise Carburetor on 6 Acadia engine restored by Max Clarke, Paradise Carburetor on a restored 6 Acadia engine, Paradise

51. 6 Acadia engine, Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove Museum, Petty-Harbour 6 Acadia engine, Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove Museum, Petty-Harbour This blue 6 Acadia Make and Break make the Petty Harbour Maddox Cove community museum home, Petty Harbour Maddox Cove

52. Acadia 6 reversing procedure, Paradise Acadia 6 reversing procedure, Paradise Max Clarke demonstrates reversing (going "astern") procedure on restored 6 Acadia, Paradise

53. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place March 22, 1979. Mr. Pearcey discusses his home town of Winterton and how it changed throughout his lifetime. He also discusses gardening, raising animals, his family, and fishing with his father. He mentions assisting his father in boatbuilding.

54. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Tools and Equipment; Watercraft; David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place March 29, 1979. Mr. Pearcey discusses types of boats, methods and materials used in boatbuilding, choosing and cutting the wood used. He also discusses different methods for fishing as well as the types of fish caught in the Winterton area.

55. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 1979, Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding. Pearcey, L., Mar. 22, 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; A continuation of David Taylor's March 22, 1979 interview with Lionel Pearcey regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Mr. Pearcey of specific measurements used in boatbuilding, methods used in boat-construction, sawing planks, and hauling timber with horses. He also discusses the types of boats from the Winterton area.

56. Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1908, Part 1. Interview conducted by David Taylor with Roger Pearson, Head of Pearson, R., Apr. 26, 1908, Part 1. 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; 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. 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.

57. French, M., Apr. 7, 1978, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Marcus French regarding boatbuilding. French, M., Apr. 7, 1978, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Marcus French regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing boats; Fishing equipment; Watercraft; Tools and Equipment; David Taylor interviewing Marcus French regarding boatbuilding, Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Interview takes place on April 7, 1978. Mr. Reid discusses his methods, tools, and materials used in boatbuilding.

58. Casey, J. Longliner built by Jack Casey
 Casey, J. Longliner built by Jack Casey Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; A 34' longliner fishing boat built by Jack Casey

59. Dalton, J., May 29, 1982, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Dalton, J., May 29, 1982, Part 1. David Taylor interviewing Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part one of David Taylor's May 29, 1982 interview with Joseph Dalton regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Dalton discusses learning how to build boats from his father, the methods and materials used in boatbuilding, different types of boats, the distinguishing features of boats, and what makes a good boat. He also discusses how he his discouraged to build boats on account of the low wages earned in labour costs.

60. Burrage, A., Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Burrage, A., Part 2. David Taylor interviewing Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Part two of David Taylor's interview with Alex Burrage regarding boatbuilding. Mr. Burrage discusses the changes in the cost of supplies over time.
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