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161. Cupids 9, Sea Forest Road, Cupids
 Cupids 9, Sea Forest Road, Cupids Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; White shed structure on top of hill.

162. Cupids Plantation well
 Cupids Plantation well Water Sources; Water Springs; The Cupids plantation well is undateable, as it has yet to be excavated. However, it was professionally done, and is about 10-12 feet deep.

163. Cupids Plantation well sealed
 Cupids Plantation well sealed Water Sources; Water Springs; The well was closed for safety reasons by public works in the late 2000's.

164. Curtis property well
 Curtis property well Water Sources; Water Springs; The Curtis property well is currently accessed by the Curtis house, as well as the Johnson house and Ryan house, however none of these actively use the well at this time as it has not been maintained or cleaned in years

165. Curtis property well interior
 Curtis property well interior Water Sources; Water Springs; The interior diameter is 47", and the exterior is 51.5". the well is 65" deep, and the day of measurement (August 5 2013) the water level was 25" deep.

166. Dalley, Eleanor. Eleanor Dalley discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Dalley, Eleanor. Eleanor Dalley discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Dalley graduated from The Grace Hospital School of Nursing in 1939 and talks about her experiences in nursing school the nursing field in Newfoundland. She describes the jobs a nurse would have at the time, such as delivering babies.

167. Dalton Root Cellar, Exterior Vent, Cape Broyle
 Dalton Root Cellar, Exterior Vent, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Madonna Dalton on Fairy Pond Road in Cape Broyle. The cellar is a poured concrete foundation with a shed structure on top. The shed has a hatch entrance. It was built by Madonna’s late husband Michael Dalton in 1969. It has not been used for vegetable storage since the late 1980’s. The cellar is located closer to the house rather than the field to make it easier to get vegetables into the house. The Daltons grew their own vegetables until the late 1980’s and since then have been purchasing their vegetables from the local meat man.

168. Dalton Root Cellar, Exterior, Cape Broyle
 Dalton Root Cellar, Exterior, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Madonna Dalton on Fairy Pond Road in Cape Broyle. The cellar is a poured concrete foundation with a shed structure on top. The shed has a hatch entrance. It was built by Madonna’s late husband Michael Dalton in 1969. It has not been used for vegetable storage since the late 1980’s. The cellar is located closer to the house rather than the field to make it easier to get vegetables into the house. The Daltons grew their own vegetables until the late 1980’s and since then have been purchasing their vegetables from the local meat man.

169. Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance, Cape Broyle
 Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Madonna Dalton on Fairy Pond Road in Cape Broyle. The cellar is a poured concrete foundation with a shed structure on top. The shed has a hatch entrance. It was built by Madonna’s late husband Michael Dalton in 1969. It has not been used for vegetable storage since the late 1980’s. The cellar is located closer to the house rather than the field to make it easier to get vegetables into the house. The Daltons grew their own vegetables until the late 1980’s and since then have been purchasing their vegetables from the local meat man.

170. Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, Cape Broyle
 Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Madonna Dalton on Fairy Pond Road in Cape Broyle. The cellar is a poured concrete foundation with a shed structure on top. The shed has a hatch entrance. It was built by Madonna’s late husband Michael Dalton in 1969. It has not been used for vegetable storage since the late 1980’s. The cellar is located closer to the house rather than the field to make it easier to get vegetables into the house. The Daltons grew their own vegetables until the late 1980’s and since then have been purchasing their vegetables from the local meat man.

171. Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Wire Shelf, Cape Broyle
 Dalton Root Cellar, Interior Wire Shelf, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar owned by Madonna Dalton on Fairy Pond Road in Cape Broyle. The cellar is a poured concrete foundation with a shed structure on top. The shed has a hatch entrance. It was built by Madonna’s late husband Michael Dalton in 1969. It has not been used for vegetable storage since the late 1980’s. The cellar is located closer to the house rather than the field to make it easier to get vegetables into the house. The Daltons grew their own vegetables until the late 1980’s and since then have been purchasing their vegetables from the local meat man.

172. Davey Buttons Cove Root Cellar 1, Twillingate, Newfoundland
 Davey Buttons Cove Root Cellar 1, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Davey Buttons Cove, Twillingate. First Owned By Agustus Price c. 1898.

173. Davey Buttons Cove Root Cellar 2, Twillingate, Newfoundland
 Davey Buttons Cove Root Cellar 2, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Davey Buttons Cove, Twillingate. First Owned By Adalfus Price c. 1898.

174. Dawe property well 1
 Dawe property well 1 Water Sources; Water Springs; Ross Dawe has 3 wells on his property. This first well is in the back of his house, and is covered by a simple flat wooden lid. The cement base is 20.5" high off of the ground, and was dug around 1978.

175. Dawe property well 1 interior
 Dawe property well 1 interior Water Sources; Water Springs; The well is 24.5" by 24.5" on the interior diameter, and 30.5" x 30.5" on the exterior. It is a hand dug well with a concrete liner on top of rock, and flows via gravity.

176. Dawe property well 1 interior zoom
 Dawe property well 1 interior zoom Water Sources; Water Springs; The concrete liner on the interior of the well is 87", and the complete depth of the well is 136". At the time of measuring (August 1 2013) the water was 46" deep.

177. Dawe property well 2
 Dawe property well 2 Water Sources; Water Springs; The second well on the Dawe property is on the front of his property, next to the driveway. It is a round concrete well with an octoganal wooden lid. The top to the ground is 30" high.

178. Dawe property well 2 interior
 Dawe property well 2 interior Water Sources; Water Springs; The shaft of the well is made predominently of concrete, with a small amount of rocks near the base. the well is 9 feet in depth, and the water level was 21" at the time of measurement (Aug 1 2013)

179. Dawe property well 2 lid removed
 Dawe property well 2 lid removed Water Sources; Water Springs; The interior diameter of the well is 30", and the exterior diameter is 37". The lid is a hexagon shape and is made of wood.

180. Dawe property well 3
 Dawe property well 3 Water Sources; Water Springs; The third water source on the Dawe property is a natural spring that has been closed in, and has an added pump to help supply water, which is used for watering the lawn. There is a wooden lid for the spring water.
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