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201. Burton, Jennie, 2. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Burton, Jennie, 2. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

202. Burton, Jennie, 3. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Burton, Jennie, 3. Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Jennie Burton discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

203. Gardiner, Jim. Jim Gardiner discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Gardiner, Jim. Jim Gardiner discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Jim Gardiner discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

204. Lester, Jim. Jim Lester discusses early memories of life on his family farm. Lester, Jim. Jim Lester discusses early memories of life on his family farm. Foodways; Vegetables; Agriculture; Farming Jim Lester discusses early memories of life on his family farm.

205. Lewis, Joan, 1. Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Lewis, Joan, 1. Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

206. Lewis, Joan, 2. Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Lewis, Joan, 2. Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Joan Lewis discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

207. Joe Lewis, a high steel worker, poses with a model of the Twin Towers. 
 Joe Lewis, a high steel worker, poses with a model of the Twin Towers. Architecture, building and construction; Joe Lewis, a high steel worker, poses with a model of the Twin Towers.

208. Griffin Root Cellar Interview. Julie Pomeroy and Crystal Braye interview John Kennedy about root cellars, Griffin Root Cellar Interview. Julie Pomeroy and Crystal Braye interview John Kennedy about root cellars, Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; John Kennedy tells a little about himself including how long he has lived where he does and what he does for a living; he describes what a root cellar is and describes his own; talks about the land originally belonging to his great, great grandfather and says that the cellar dates back to the early 1800’s; discusses renovations to the cellar; talks about what he grows in his garden and stores in the cellar today; cellar has been in continuous use except for a period of about 15 to 20 years when it was not after his grandfather passed away; discusses how long the vegetables keep in the cellar; discusses how vegetables are stored in the cellar and how the amount of vegetables that used to be stored in the cellar; he talks about who uses the cellar; the cellar is owned by his cousins and they all share the cellar and the maintenance; discusses renovations to the floor of the shed and proper ventilation; talks about the second hand lumber that was used for renovations; Kennedy discusses that meat and milk were at one time stored in the cellar; he talks about his earliest memories of the cellar as a child; describes the smell and feelings associated with the cellar; discusses pest control for rodents

209. Williams water dowsing demonstration technique
 Williams water dowsing demonstration technique Water Sources; Water Springs; Kenny Williams demonstrates how the dowsing stick needs to be held.

210. Williams water dowsing demonstration A
 Williams water dowsing demonstration A Water Sources; Water Springs; Kenny Williams is demonstrating how the dowsing stick works as he walks over a marked spring on his property. Here you can see the stick is parallel and upright.

211. Aucoin, Kevin. Kevin Aucoin discusses Hay Barracks. Aucoin, Kevin. Kevin Aucoin discusses Hay Barracks. Agriculture; Farming; Kevin Aucoin of the Agricultural History Society of Newfoundland and Labrador, on the subject of hay barracks, interviewed by folklorist Dale Jarvis on Friday, August 19, 2011, at the Newman Building on Springdale Street, St. John’s. Kevin describes his origins in the community of Thompkins, Codroy Valley, born 1941, son of William and Dorothy Aucoin; gives a short history of his family and the family farm; description of farm; memories of hay barracks or hay stacks – a type of agricultural building made with four large corner poles with a wooden structure around the base and a moveable roof which could be raised to store hay; storing hay and oats; size of the hay stack; length of time hay could be stored; description of the fence structure at base of the stack and why it was created; how hay was taken out when needed; distribution of hay stacks in the 1940s and 1950s; gradual decline and evolution of farming in 1960s and 1970s; weight of the hay barrack roof and labour required to raise it.

212. King (Morgan), Ruth. Ruth (Morgan) King discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland King (Morgan), Ruth. Ruth (Morgan) King discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing King graduated from the General Hospital School of Nursing in 1948 and talks about why she chose nursing. She describes nursing school and working at The Waterford Hospital and as a psychiatric nurse at the Heath Science.

213. Legrow property outdoor well 01 water retrieval
 Legrow property outdoor well 01 water retrieval Water Sources; Water Springs; Laurie Legrow gives us a demonstration of how she collects water from her front well outside with a bucket and rope.

214. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses cabbage storage and tells an amusing story. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses cabbage storage and tells an amusing story. Foodways; Vegetables; Agriculture; Farming Leonard Ruby discusses cabbage storage and tells an amusing story.

215. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses Hay Barracks and the technological changes in farming. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses Hay Barracks and the technological changes in farming. Foodways; Vegetables; Agriculture; Farming Leonard Ruby discusses Hay Barracks and the technological changes in farming.

216. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses his early memories of performing chores on his family farm. Ruby, Leonard. Leonard Ruby discusses his early memories of performing chores on his family farm. Foodways; Vegetables; Agriculture; Farming Leonard Ruby discusses his early memories of performing chores on his family farm.

217. Lewis, Joe. Joe Lewis discusses working high steel.
 Lewis, Joe. Joe Lewis discusses working high steel. Architecture, building and construction; Lewis, Joe. Joe Lewis discusses working high steel. Lewis working in many places, such as New York City, where he helped build the Twin Towers.

218. Oke, Lillabelle Victoria, 2. Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Oke, Lillabelle Victoria, 2. Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

219. Oke, Lillabelle Victoria, 1. Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Oke, Lillabelle Victoria, 1. Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Lillabelle Victoria Oke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

220. Chafe, Liz. Liz Chafe discusses raising Newfoundland Ponies and their history. Chafe, Liz. Liz Chafe discusses raising Newfoundland Ponies and their history. Animals; Liz Chafe discusses raising Newfoundland Ponies and their history.
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