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101. 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. "

102. 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 "

103. Unknown steel worker sitting on a beam. 
 Unknown steel worker sitting on a beam. Architecture, building and construction; Unknown steel worker sitting on a beam.

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

105. Tweedie, Karene. Karene Tweedie discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Tweedie, Karene. Karene Tweedie discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

106. Tucker, Mary Galway. Mary Galway Tucker discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Tucker, Mary Galway. Mary Galway Tucker discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Mary Galway Tucker discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

107. Tucker Root Cellar, Shed Interior, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Shed Interior, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

108. Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

109. Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

110. Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Floor, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Interior Floor, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

111. Tucker Root Cellar, Exterior, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Exterior, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

112. Tucker Root Cellar, Exterior with Garden, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips
 Tucker Root Cellar, Exterior with Garden, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Andrew Tucker on Bennett’s Road Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar is a concrete cavity approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. It was built by his father, Moses Tucker, in 1952 with the help of his sons and brothers. The main concrete structure of the cellar is original along with most of the shed structure. Some minor renovations have been made including the removal of a glass tiered greenhouse that used to be on the side of the shed. It is still used today by his family as well as relatives that still live on his father’s original family land.

113. Trinity East Root Cellar 3
 Trinity East Root Cellar 3 Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Abandoned hillside root cellar in Trinity East.

114. Trinity East Root Cellar 2
 Trinity East Root Cellar 2 Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Rear view of steep pitch gable root cellar in Trinity East

115. Trinity East Root Cellar 1
 Trinity East Root Cellar 1 Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Overgrown hillside root cellar in Trinity East

116. Trimm, R., Nov. 26, 1993, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing Robert Trimm. Trimm, R., Nov. 26, 1993, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing Robert Trimm. Commercial fishing; Fishing; Fishing equipment; Salt-curing; Drying (Food preservation); Part 2 of Mark Ferguson's November 26, 1993 interview with Robert Trimm. Mr. Trimm discusses drying fish, trap fishing, tallying fish catches, selling fish, boats and boat engines, his daily meals, and the merchant system of fishing.

117. Trimm, R., Nov. 26, 1993, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing Robert Trimm. Trimm, R., Nov. 26, 1993, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing Robert Trimm. Commercial fishing; Fishing; Fishing equipment; Salt-curing; Part 1 of Mark Ferguson's November 26, 1993 interview with Robert Trimm. Mr. Trimm discusses fishing, fish grades, fish prices, fishing methods, salting fish, and life during the Great Depression. He also discusses his work in a Montreal factory.

118. Tremblett, F., Dec. 16, 1994, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing Fred Tremblett Tremblett, F., Dec. 16, 1994, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing Fred Tremblett Drying (Food preservation); Commercial fishing; Cod fishing; Employment; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing equipment; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Salt-curing; Part 1 of Mark Ferguson's December 16, 1994 interview with Fred Tremblett. Mr. Tremblett discusses women's work on fishing stages, steps to pickling fish, families' fishing operations, dealing with fish merchants, grades of fish, peoples' reputations for making fish, and bringing small children to work on the stage.

119. Tremblett, F., Dec. 16, 1994, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing Fred Tremblett Tremblett, F., Dec. 16, 1994, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing Fred Tremblett Drying (Food preservation); Commercial fishing; Cod fishing; Employment; Fishers; Fishing; Fishing equipment; Knowledge of the land/water and environment; Salt-curing; Part 1 of Mark Ferguson's December 16, 1994 interview with Fred Tremblett. Mr. Tremblett discusses working on fishing stages, the layout of a stage, the different jobs on the stage, differences between pickled and salted fish, and splitting the fish.

120. Traverse Modern Root Cellar Interview, June 22, 2011. Julie Pomeroy Interviews Ross Traverse about Root Traverse Modern Root Cellar Interview, June 22, 2011. Julie Pomeroy Interviews Ross Traverse about Root Cellars, Torbay Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Ross Traverse talks about the use of root cellars in Newfoundland for keeping items like berries etc. Along with root vegetables; discusses how root cellars were cold storage that did not freeze that was ideal for storing potatoes which was the survival food; talks about potatoes being introduced to Newfoundland in the 1700’s which meant that there was a need for storage which did not freeze the potatoes; says that all people along the coast and even in the town had to have a root cellar; discusses the history of root cellars and connects that to the history of potatoes and the introduction of potatoes into the European diet and the need for proper storage in a cool place with high humidity; discusses that in some places there was two types of root cellars, one for cabbage and the other for turnip and potatoes; talks about root cellar in Cape Freels where they could no dig into the ground; Traverse discusses the cellar his family had when he was a child including what was grown and stored in it as well as some people purchasing produce like apples to keep in the cellar as once the ice came in to shore there was no way of getting anything; talks about families generally using cellars for their own families, and merchants usually having a cellar so they could sell vegetables to people; discusses orientation and drainage; discusses his modern indoor cold storage room in his basement; discusses when it was built and renovations; talks about what is important to know if you have a root cellar including ventilation and adequate insulation; discusses problematic issues including rodents etc; talks about how he keeps vegetables in the cellar and how his friend keeps come carrots in his cellar for him because he can’t keep them as well as a traditional root cellar and how his cellar is just personal use; discusses memories of his childhood cellar including the smell and the special storage of cabbage; traditions of root cellars vary across the province due to the types of landscape and figuring out what works; talks about a time when he studied root cellars and vegetable storage in Labrador; talks about freezing and thawing of some vegetables; Traverse talks about his education and career background;
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