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Whitewood Gully flows toward the River
Whitewood Gully flows toward the River
Descriptive TitleWhitewood Gully flows toward the River
CategoryKnowledge of the land/water and environment
TopicLandscape
KeywordsStreams
Trees
DescriptionEarly in the salt cod fishery, rinds (strips of bark) were used to cover fish in wet weather. The banks of the Whitewood Gully had a good supply of spruce and fir trees large enough to provide four and five foot rinds. When the bark was peeled, the trees died and were known as whitewoods, giving the gully its name.
Date2010-03-25
CollectorBranch Cultural Historical Association
Location Depicted/DiscussedCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--Avalon Peninsula--Branch
FormatImage/jpeg
TypeStill Image
Resource TypePhotograph
LanguageEng
SourceBranch Cultural Historical Association
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Avalon
RightsCC BY-NC 2.0 CA
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