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1. Photo of John Ducey's workbench
 Photo of John Ducey's workbench Workbenches; Worktables; Tools and Equipment; Workbench inside John Ducey's store; various tools for woodworking and fishing either on, hanging above, or nearby the workbench

2. Photo of John Ducey's store interior southeastern wall
 Photo of John Ducey's store interior southeastern wall Wood Piles; Interior photo of John Ducey's store; southeastern wall; winter wood stacked along the wall; wood used for heating wood stove in store and house; steel ladder in front of stacked wood; deep frezer in background containing fishing bait

3. Outbuildings and lumber stacked behind John Ducey's store, Keels
 Outbuildings and lumber stacked behind John Ducey's store, Keels Wood Piles; Outbuilding and lumber stacked into piles behind John Ducey's Store.

4. Wood pile at Reg Hobbs' house Wood pile at Reg Hobbs' house Wood Piles; Wood pile with woodcutting permit number attached. The wood pile is located near the home of the late Reg Hobbs, now owned by his son, Alvin Hobbs.

5. Photo of woodpile outside John Ducey's store, Keels
 Photo of woodpile outside John Ducey's store, Keels Wood Piles; Woodpile outside John Ducey's store; splits and logs ready to be laid in for winter

6. Pump house, Keels
 Pump house, Keels Water Sources; Community water pump house in Keels. At one time there were more than one pump in Keels.

7. Photo of barometer in Phonse and Marg Ducey's house, Keels
 Photo of barometer in Phonse and Marg Ducey's house, Keels Wall hangings; Woodworking; Carvings; Barometer in hallway of Phonse and Marg Ducey's house; barometer is framed by wood carving of oak leaves and two stags heads

8. Corner of Fitzgerald garden
 Corner of Fitzgerald garden Vegetables; Plants; Gardens; Swiss chard and onions growing in a corner of Joseph "June" and Ann Fitzgerald's garden, one of the few remaining gardens in Keels.

9. Sweetland, Cornelia part 1. Group interview about growing up in Port Union featuring Cornelia Sweetland, Sweetland, Cornelia part 1. Group interview about growing up in Port Union featuring Cornelia Sweetland, Effie Sweetland, Myrtle Mason, Daphne Norman Sheppard. Towns; Personal experience narratives; Group interview in St. Catherine’s Haven, Port Union; Cornelia Simms Sweetland from St. Anthony, born August 21, 1932; Grew up in house with grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, and a brother; Story about early family deaths and resulting poverty; Mother took in boarders for one dollar a day; Mother worked in hospital and orphanage; Mother remarried at 12; Cornelia Sweetland came to Port Union to work in hotel in July, 1949; Heat and water in St. Anthony home; Chores as a child; Effie Sweetland, born and raised in Port Union; Left school to work at trading company; Married and had 6 children; Location of childhood home; Myrtle Mason, born in Bonavista, moved to Port Union 1963; Lived on North Side; Worked for Fishery Products; Built house in Port Union; Husband’s family home still standing; Changes to St. Catherine’s Haven over time; Description of celebrations; Daphne Norman Sheppard, born November 21, 1940 in Port Union; Family of 13 children; Lived on South Side, family home at end of Port Union; House was moved; Cut down to bungalow; Memories of father cutting wood; Father a fisherman, in winter worked with Trading Company; Also a farmer, barber, and cobbler; Happy youth; Doing chores such as making bread; Left to teach but returned to get married to a man from Port Union; Information about St. Catherine’s Haven; Story about when Cornelia Sweetland came to Port Union; Story about seeing all the men getting off work; Lights in St. Anthony versus Port Union; Visiting Trading Company for first time; Raising children in Port Union; Games played as children; Food and refrigeration in Port Union; Garden parties; Changes to community; Young women working at Trading Company before leaving home to get married; Information about work in fish plant and impact of its closure; Speculating on future of Port Union; Memorial church; Fire in Port Union, story about fire in the Advocate.

10. Martin, Emma part 3. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 3. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; Martin’s craft practice; Fishermen’s parades; Mr. Martin’s first car was $300.00 Thin Lizzy; Ran a taxi company; Reads from letter her father wrote her in 1952; Information about Buchans; Mr. Martin’s father was a carpenter; Reads letter to the Tooth Fairy; Melrose fairy story; Turning pockets inside-out.

11. Martin, Emma part 2. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 2. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; How Coaker lit up a property in Port Union; The cost of rent back at that time; Fishermen conventions, lights and decorations; Story about a man who would wear a stocking cap to bed; Discussion about childhood games; Prediction game with eggs; Husband Harrison born May 3, 1913; Worked as a mechanic as a career.

12. Martin, Emma part 6. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 6. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; Discussing writing she has done on her life; Mr. Martin’s family home; Car in photo is a Chevy; Secrecy in families; Story of when she got married at 23.

13. Martin, Emma part 1. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 1. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; Brother born in Brookfield; Grandfather died of pneumonia; Father engineer on boats for Trading Company; Story about 1929 tidal wave when she was age 5; Information about Father and his untimely death in Buchans; Buried in Little Catalina on Father’s Day; Description of Mother’s character; What Port Union was like and what local shop offered.

14. Martin, Emma part 4. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 4. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; Boils from malnutrition; Paid $12.00 rent in a two-storey house; Discussing possible hunger; Change seen post-Confederation; Memories of furniture changes; Playing house and other games as a child; Where in Port Union her family lived.

15. Martin, Emma part 5. Interview about growing up in Port Union. 
 Martin, Emma part 5. Interview about growing up in Port Union. Towns; People; Personal experience narratives; Shows photograph of house Harrison Martin was born in; Shows photograph of herself at age 1 with her grandfather; Grandfather operated lighthouse on Cabot Island; Shows photograph of chain carving.

16. Photo of the Keels townscape, Keels
 Photo of the Keels townscape, Keels Towns; Landscape; Keels townscape, photo taken near the old Roman Catholic school building

17. Sun over the harbour, Keels, NL
 Sun over the harbour, Keels, NL Towns; Landscape; A sunny day in Keels, NL.

18. Photo over Keels Harbour, Keels
 Photo over Keels Harbour, Keels Towns; Landscape; Panoramic view over Keels Harbour, taken from above the Turkish Shore

19. A video of the George C. Harris House Restoration Project, Grand Bank. 
 A video of the George C. Harris House Restoration Project, Grand Bank. Towns; Buildings; Houses; A video which shows the process of restoring the George C. Harris House in Grand Bank. The house is a designated heritage structure, designated by The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. The video consists of archival images of the George C. Harris house; before, after and during shots of restoration; shots of surrounding area.

20. Living Spaces: The Architecture of the Family Fishery in Keels, Newfoundland. 
 Living Spaces: The Architecture of the Family Fishery in Keels, Newfoundland. Towns; Buildings; Houses; During the last three weeks of September, 2012, the Department of Folklore at Memorial University introduced a new course for incoming graduate students on cultural documentation techniques. Unlike previous field courses, this one would take place outside the classroom, with students living away from their usual environments, focusing on a place and people different to most of them. This booklet showcases the work our field school did in recording the built heritage of these two families. Edited by Gerald. L Pocius. Published in partnership with Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Publications and the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.
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