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41. Tweedie, Valerie. Valerie Tweedie discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Tweedie, Valerie. Valerie Tweedie discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

42. Thampy, Aruna, 1. Aruna Thampy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Thampy, Aruna, 1. Aruna Thampy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

43. Bryant's Cove 4 root cellar, front of cellar and hill, Bryant's Cove, Newfoundland
 Bryant’s Cove 4 root cellar, front of cellar and hill, Bryant’s Cove, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; " Root cellar located in Bryant’s Cove currently owned by Heber Parson. Cellar was constructed by Heber Parsons paternal grandfather over 100 years ago. It continued to be used by Heber’s parent’s Chesley and Clara Parsons, until their children were grown and left home. It was used to store carrots, potatoes, cabbage, turnip and beets grown by Parsons on small farm for family consumption . The family also kept some livestock and cut hay.The cellar itself is no longer in use, but the shed continues to be used for storage. The cellar was constructed with stone and dug into natural hill. Accessed through hatch in shed constructed on top of cellar. It is approximately 4 m x 5 m and 1.5 deep. "

44. Bryant's Cove 4 root cellar, front of shed, Bryant's Cove, Newfoundland
 Bryant’s Cove 4 root cellar, front of shed, Bryant’s Cove, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; " Root cellar located in Bryant’s Cove currently owned by Heber Parson. Cellar was constructed by Heber Parsons paternal grandfather over 100 years ago. It continued to be used by Heber’s parent’s Chesley and Clara Parsons, until their children were grown and left home. It was used to store carrots, potatoes, cabbage, turnip and beets grown by Parsons on small farm for family consumption . The family also kept some livestock and cut hay.The cellar itself is no longer in use, but the shed continues to be used for storage. The cellar was constructed with stone and dug into natural hill. Accessed through hatch in shed constructed on top of cellar. It is approximately 4 m x 5 m and 1.5 deep. "

45. Bryant's Cove 4 root cellar, interior, Bryant's Cove, Newfoundland
 Bryant’s Cove 4 root cellar, interior, Bryant’s Cove, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; " Root cellar located in Bryant’s Cove currently owned by Heber Parson. Cellar was constructed by Heber Parsons paternal grandfather over 100 years ago. It continued to be used by Heber’s parent’s Chesley and Clara Parsons, until their children were grown and left home. It was used to store carrots, potatoes, cabbage, turnip and beets grown by Parsons on small farm for family consumption . The family also kept some livestock and cut hay.The cellar itself is no longer in use, but the shed continues to be used for storage. The cellar was constructed with stone and dug into natural hill. Accessed through hatch in shed constructed on top of cellar. It is approximately 4 m x 5 m and 1.5 deep. "

46. Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, exterior 
 Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, exterior Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar in Upper Island Cove built c. 1890 by Esau Adams. Esau and Naomi Adams built the cellar and original home in front of an existing cellar which has since be removed. It was originally a sod cellar with entrance at the back of the mound. The shed, or top house, and hatch entrance was added approximately 80-100 years ago (c.1920s). The cellar and property was taken over by Esau and Naomi’s son William and his wife Elizabeth, followed by William’s son Alfred and his wife Shirley. The property was sold to current owners David and Cindy Morrissey in 2007. The cellar was last used by Alfred and Shirley Adams to store vegetables grown in gardens adjacent to cellar until approximately 1990. The Morrisseys have plans start using the cellar again in the near future. "

47. Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, vent
 Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, vent Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar in Upper Island Cove built c. 1890 by Esau Adams. Esau and Naomi Adams built the cellar and original home in front of an existing cellar which has since be removed. It was originally a sod cellar with entrance at the back of the mound. The shed, or top house, and hatch entrance was added approximately 80-100 years ago (c.1920s). The cellar and property was taken over by Esau and Naomi’s son William and his wife Elizabeth, followed by William’s son Alfred and his wife Shirley. The property was sold to current owners David and Cindy Morrissey in 2007. The cellar was last used by Alfred and Shirley Adams to store vegetables grown in gardens adjacent to cellar until approximately 1990. The Morrisseys have plans start using the cellar again in the near future. "

48. Upper Island Cove 1 root cellar drawing 
 Upper Island Cove 1 root cellar drawing Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar in Upper Island Cove built c. 1890 by Esau Adams. Esau and Naomi Adams built the cellar and original home in front of an existing cellar which has since be removed. It was originally a sod cellar with entrance at the back of the mound. The shed, or top house, and hatch entrance was added approximately 80-100 years ago (c.1920s) and replaced the exterior entrance. The cellar and property was taken over by Esau and Naomi’s son William and his wife Elizabeth, followed by William’s son Alfred and his wife Shirley. The property was sold to current owners David and Cindy Morrissey in 2007. The cellar was last used by Alfred and Shirley Adams to store vegetables grown in gardens adjacent to cellar until approximately 1990. The Morrisseys have plans start using the cellar again in the near future. Interior dimensions: 2.4 m x 2.9 m x 1.7 m "

49. Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, interior
 Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, interior Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar in Upper Island Cove built c. 1890 by Esau Adams. Esau and Naomi Adams built the cellar and original home in front of an existing cellar which has since be removed. It was originally a sod cellar with entrance at the back of the mound. The shed, or top house, and hatch entrance was added approximately 80-100 years ago (c.1920s). The cellar and property was taken over by Esau and Naomi’s son William and his wife Elizabeth, followed by William’s son Alfred and his wife Shirley. The property was sold to current owners David and Cindy Morrissey in 2007. The cellar was last used by Alfred and Shirley Adams to store vegetables grown in gardens adjacent to cellar until approximately 1990. The Morrisseys have plans start using the cellar again in the near future. "

50. Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, hatch
 Upper Island Cove root cellar 1, hatch Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar in Upper Island Cove built c. 1890 by Esau Adams. Esau and Naomi Adams built the cellar and original home in front of an existing cellar which has since be removed. It was originally a sod cellar with entrance at the back of the mound. The shed, or top house, and hatch entrance was added approximately 80-100 years ago (c.1920s). The cellar and property was taken over by Esau and Naomi’s son William and his wife Elizabeth, followed by William’s son Alfred and his wife Shirley. The property was sold to current owners David and Cindy Morrissey in 2007. The cellar was last used by Alfred and Shirley Adams to store vegetables grown in gardens adjacent to cellar until approximately 1990. The Morrisseys have plans start using the cellar again in the near future. "

51. Bryant's Cove 4 root cellar, back of cellar, Bryant's Cove, Newfoundland
 Bryant’s Cove 4 root cellar, back of cellar, Bryant’s Cove, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; "Root cellar located in Bryant’s Cove currently owned by Heber Parson. Cellar was constructed by Heber Parsons paternal grandfather over 100 years ago. It continued to be used by Heber’s parent’s Chesley and Clara Parsons, until their children were grown and left home. It was used to store carrots, potatoes, cabbage, turnip and beets grown by Parsons on small farm for family consumption . The family also kept some livestock and cut hay.The cellar itself is no longer in use, but the shed continues to be used for storage. The cellar was constructed with stone and dug into natural hill. Accessed through hatch in shed constructed on top of cellar. It is approximately 4 m x 5 m and 1.5 deep. "

52. Clarke's Beach abandoned well with scale - A
 Clarke's Beach abandoned well with scale - A Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of an abandoned well in Clarke's Beach, in the woods off Wilsonville Avenue. It is a square, rock-lined well. The interior of the well measures 38" by 39", while the exterior measures 52" by 52", and the depth is 70". The well has been dry for some time, and is now filled with branches and detritus of various kinds.

53. Clarke's Beach abandoned well with scale - B
 Clarke's Beach abandoned well with scale - B Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of an abandoned well in Clarke's Beach, in the woods off Wilsonville Avenue. It is a square, rock-lined well. The interior of the well measures 38" by 39", while the exterior measures 52" by 52", and the depth is 70". The well has been dry for some time, and is now filled with branches and detritus of various kinds.

54. Clarke's Beach abandoned well
 Clarke's Beach abandoned well Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of an abandoned well in Clarke's Beach, in the woods off Wilsonville Avenue. It is a square, rock-lined well. The interior of the well measures 38" by 39", while the exterior measures 52" by 52", and the depth is 70". The well has been dry for some time, and is now filled with branches and detritus of various kinds.

55. Cahill property outdoor well exterior with scale
 Cahill property outdoor well exterior with scale Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. Located in Ocean Pond, this well has been on the property since the 1939's, and was dug by the grandfather of the previous owner. It is a circular, rock lined well with no mortar or sealant within the rocks. The diameter of the well is 32.5". The well is surrounded by a concrete base at the top, which measures 56.9"x 71".

56. Cahill property outdoor well interior zoom
 Cahill property outdoor well interior zoom Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. Th water was incredibly clear, and the plumb bob could be seen all the way to the bottom. The base of the well was soft, and is assumed to be packed dirt and earth, and not stone.

57. Cahill property outdoor well top view zoom
 Cahill property outdoor well top view zoom Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. The interior of the well is rock lined. he concrete surrounding the top is lined by a 5" rim as well. There was originally a traditionally styled wellhouse, but was too damaged to remain.

58. Cahill property outdoor well exterior with scale and lid
 Cahill property outdoor well exterior with scale and lid Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. The well is in the reared of the cleared property near the top of a hill, approximately 94 paces from the main road. A wood and tar paper section of roof from the original cabin (now removed) is currently being used for a cover to the well.

59. Cahill property outdoor well interior
 Cahill property outdoor well interior Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. The depth to the water level on the date measurements were taken was 105", and the depth to bottom was 160.5"

60. Cahill property outdoor well top view
 Cahill property outdoor well top view Water Sources; Water Springs; A photo of the Cahill property well. The rocks lining the well are stacked carefully and unmortared in any way. The cement lining surrounding the exterior extends 5" from the ground. The top of the well sits flush with ground level.
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