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141. Thampy, Aruna, 2. Aruna Thampy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Thampy, Aruna, 2. Aruna Thampy discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

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

143. Taylor, Mary. Mary Taylor discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Taylor, Mary. Mary Taylor discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Taylor moved from England to Canada in 1949 and then to Newfoundland in 1953. She describes her time as a nurse in Forteau, Labrador.

144. Strong, Katherine. Katherine Strong discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Strong, Katherine. Katherine Strong discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Strong entered The General Hospital School of Nursing in 1933 and graduated in 1937. She talks about her experiences in nursing school and the tasks of a nurse at that time.

145. Story, Janet. Janet Story discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Story, Janet. Janet Story discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Story graduated from The General Hospital School of Nursing in 1948. She describes her time in nursing school and her experiences working as a nurse, such as working as Director of Nursing until retirement in 1983.

146. Stop sign spring well, 4. Stop sign spring well, 4. Water Sources; Water Springs; The diameter of the interior of the spring well is 20", and the exterior measures 30" x 25". The top of the well is 10.5" above the ground, and is 29" from top to bottom. On the day of measurement, Aug 1 2013, the water was 18" deep.

147. Stop sign spring well, 3. Stop sign spring well, 3. Water Sources; Water Springs; This spot was originally believed to be there as early as the 17th century when John Guy was in the colony. However, archaeological investigation could not find enough evidence, and the location of a possible brewhouse or bakehouse is believed to be closer to the shore.

148. Stop sign spring well, 2. Stop sign spring well, 2. Water Sources; Water Springs; The well is a hand dug well that collects spring water coming from the rocks behind. It is lined with concrete and a stop sign has been fashioned as a well.

149. Stop sign spring well, 1. Stop sign spring well, 1. Water Sources; Water Springs; The stop sign spring well, or Fords well, as it was described to us by Bucky Whalen, has been a natural spring for as long as can be remembered.

150. Stone, Marion. Marion Stone discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Stone, Marion. Marion Stone discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Marion Stone discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

151. Stockley, Dorothy. Dorothy Stockley discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Stockley, Dorothy. Dorothy Stockley discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

152. Spurrell, Edna and Edgar. Edna and Edgar Spurrell Interview Sept 11 2013 Spurrell, Edna and Edgar. Edna and Edgar Spurrell Interview Sept 11 2013 Water Sources; Water Springs; An interview with Edna and Edgar Spurrell on September 11 2013 in their home in Portugal Cove

153. Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building 
 Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building Architecture, building and construction; Spontaneous memorial at the site of a Fortis Building in construction. This was erected after a worker fell 80 feet to his death on October 25, 2012

154. Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building 
 Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building Architecture, building and construction; Spontaneous memorial at the site of a Fortis Building in construction. This was erected after a worker fell 80 feet to his death on October 25, 2012

155. Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building 
 Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building Architecture, building and construction; Spontaneous memorial at the site of a Fortis Building in construction. This was erected after a worker fell 80 feet to his death on October 25, 2012

156. Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building 
 Spontaneous memorial at the construction site of a Fortis Building Architecture, building and construction; Spontaneous memorial at the site of a Fortis Building in construction. This was erected after a worker fell 80 feet to his death on October 25, 2012

157. Spence Root Cellar, Interior Entrance, Brigus
 Spence Root Cellar, Interior Entrance, Brigus Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Marcia Spence on Cemetery Road in Brigus. It was believed to have been built in the mid 1800’s by Sandy Roberts, and was used for vegetable storage up to the 1960’s. Today it is collapsed inside due to excavating that was done for a housing development behind the Spence property. The cellar is a stone wall structure that is built into a hillside and mounded with rock on two sides with a beautiful rock wall in the front. It originally had an interior and exterior door with a stone wall thickness between the doors of 2 meters. Originally there was a barn attached to the front of the cellar which was also attached to the back of the house. The only entry to the cellar was from the inside of the house, through the barn. There have been no renovations to the cellar expect for the removal of the barn, and the crumbling of the back wall. The original Roberts family farmed potatoes and other vegetables as subsistence farming and fished in Labrador.

158. Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Right Side, Brigus
 Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Right Side, Brigus Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Marcia Spence on Cemetery Road in Brigus. It was believed to have been built in the mid 1800’s by Sandy Roberts, and was used for vegetable storage up to the 1960’s. Today it is collapsed inside due to excavating that was done for a housing development behind the Spence property. The cellar is a stone wall structure that is built into a hillside and mounded with rock on two sides with a beautiful rock wall in the front. It originally had an interior and exterior door with a stone wall thickness between the doors of 2 meters. Originally there was a barn attached to the front of the cellar which was also attached to the back of the house. The only entry to the cellar was from the inside of the house, through the barn. There have been no renovations to the cellar expect for the removal of the barn, and the crumbling of the back wall. The original Roberts family farmed potatoes and other vegetables as subsistence farming and fished in Labrador.

159. Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Rear View, Brigus
 Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Rear View, Brigus Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Marcia Spence on Cemetery Road in Brigus. It was believed to have been built in the mid 1800’s by Sandy Roberts, and was used for vegetable storage up to the 1960’s. Today it is collapsed inside due to excavating that was done for a housing development behind the Spence property. The cellar is a stone wall structure that is built into a hillside and mounded with rock on two sides with a beautiful rock wall in the front. It originally had an interior and exterior door with a stone wall thickness between the doors of 2 meters. Originally there was a barn attached to the front of the cellar which was also attached to the back of the house. The only entry to the cellar was from the inside of the house, through the barn. There have been no renovations to the cellar expect for the removal of the barn, and the crumbling of the back wall. The original Roberts family farmed potatoes and other vegetables as subsistence farming and fished in Labrador.

160. Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Left Side, Brigus
 Spence Root Cellar, Exterior Left Side, Brigus Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Marcia Spence on Cemetery Road in Brigus. It was believed to have been built in the mid 1800’s by Sandy Roberts, and was used for vegetable storage up to the 1960’s. Today it is collapsed inside due to excavating that was done for a housing development behind the Spence property. The cellar is a stone wall structure that is built into a hillside and mounded with rock on two sides with a beautiful rock wall in the front. It originally had an interior and exterior door with a stone wall thickness between the doors of 2 meters. Originally there was a barn attached to the front of the cellar which was also attached to the back of the house. The only entry to the cellar was from the inside of the house, through the barn. There have been no renovations to the cellar expect for the removal of the barn, and the crumbling of the back wall. The original Roberts family farmed potatoes and other vegetables as subsistence farming and fished in Labrador.
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