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Duggan 1 Root Cellar, Interior Vent, Cape Broyle
Duggan 1 Root Cellar, Interior Vent, Cape Broyle
Descriptive TitleDuggan 1 Root Cellar, Interior Vent, Cape Broyle
CategoryMigration/settlement
Objects
TopicArchitecture, building and construction
Buildings
Outbuildings
Root cellars
DescriptionRoot Cellar owned by Bill and Anne Duggan on School House Road in Cape Broyle. It was built in 1980 by Bill Duggan and has been inactive since 2010. Bill used to grow his own vegetables, but has not been physically able to since 2008. Today they purchase vegetables from the local meat man. There is one vent located in a back corner of the cellar. This is simply a piece of black piping that allows airflow to the outside. The cellar is constructed out cement with a shed on top that has a hatch entrance. The cement walls of the cellar are eight inches thick
Date2011-07-22
CollectorPomeroy, Julie
Braye, Crystal
Location Depicted/DiscussedCanada-Newfoundland and Labrador-Cape Broyle
FormatImage/jpeg
TypeStill Image
Resource TypePhotograph
LanguageEng
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Knowledge and Practices concerning Nature and the Universe
CONTENTdm file name633.jp2
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