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Coles, Leslie, Part 1. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay.
Descriptive TitleColes, Leslie, Part 1. Interview with Leslie Coles, Deep Bay.
TopicWork
KeywordsCod
Cod filleting
Codfish
Fishing premises
Fishing stages
Fishing stores
Flakes
Longers
Salt cod
Splitting knives
Splitting tables
Stageheads
Person as TopicColes, Leslie
DescriptionLeslie Coles discusses fishing and preparing fish in Newfoundland
Date1989-11-11
CollectorPocius, Gerald L.
Ferguson, Mark
InformantColes, Leslie
Recording LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--Fogo Island--Deep Bay
FormatAudio/wma
Extent30:30
TypeSound
Resource TypeAudio
LanguageEng
SourceF24-743C_A
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive (MUNFLA), Acc. No 97-881
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Central Newfoundland
Log00:05 Discussing the dimensions of the stage 00:55 Pens and pounds and kettles 01:30 The process of cleaning a fish *** 02:20 Hogs heads (?) of salt 03:15 Where'd you get the salt? 04:00 Plastic bag salt came about 20 years ago, different kinds of salt 04:40 Just one salt pound in the stage, galvanized bucket 05:15 Shark's tail hanging over the door, the story behind it, hung up for badness 06:00 Snubbies & superstitions 08:00 Hanging fish tails and antlers over doors 08:35 Everyone would be working out on the flake - men, women, children 09:40 The technicalities of splitting 10:05 Hours "From four o'clock in the morning to one in the night." 10:35 Confederation changed the way they prepped fish - dried fish became less important 11:15 "Sundried fish is the best you can get." 11:25 Getting salt fish today 11:50 Sun-dried vs. heat-dried 12:35 Disposal of guts into the water 12:50 Not too much talking at the splitting table 13:05 Keeping and taking the stages up, the h
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