Chapter 1: Northern Peninsula and Bonne Bay

  • Bark-Tanning
  • On the Anatomy of Vessels and the Language of Boats
  • On the Preservation of Food
  • Not Always Fish and Brewis
  • On making a castnet by hand
  • 25 April Fool's Days in Bonne Bay
  • Cod Landings in Conche
  • What is Remembered about Cod Traps
  • Who Lives Where in Conche
  • Stitching Local History: The French Shore Tapestry
  • 25- 25ths of August in Bonne Bay
  • On food, cooking and eating in Conche
  • Counting Heads and Sheds in Conche
  • On Processing Snow Crab in Conche
  • On Seeing Dinner in a Quarter of Moose
  • 25 Years of Memorial Day
  • Fishing Areas by Species
  • Dory or Flat
  • On Everyday Breadmaking and the Power of Memory
  • Family Histories: on knowing where we come from
  • LEK on Groundfish and Pelagics in Ingornachoix Bay- 2001-2002
  • 25 Years of Christmas in Bonne Bay
  • On Commercial Species Around Brig Bay
  • What Frank Kearney knows about the location of Snow Crab
  • Knowing Growing: On producing what you eat
  • 25 June Days in Bonne Bay
  • On hooking mats and making do
  • What Lambert Kennedy Knows About How to Build a Longliner
  • On Knowing Where You Are At Sea
  • How to Read the Wheelhouse of the Lady Kearney
  • On the Inshore Fisheries in the Strait of Belle Isle
  • Things Jeannie Billard Makes
  • What Joe Reid Knows about Local Jams and Jellies
  • On Keeping Animals for Food
  • On the Vocabulary of Knitting
  • Bonne Bay Halloweens: 1987–2011
  • Knitting Heads for Lobster Pots
  • Knitting Knowledge: what the hands remember
  • Knot Knowing: On Understanding Line and How to Work with It
  • On LEK and FEK and Who knows What about Place
  • 25 January 31st(s) in Bonne Bay
  • On the Location of Lobster from Bonne Bay to Anchor Point
  • Local Knowledge on Shellfish: Bonne Bay to Sally's Cove
  • On the Naming of Places: towards The People's Map of Bonne Bay
  • Longliner, Dragger, Seiner
  • Labour Days in Bonne Bay- 1987-2011
  • What Louise knows about Lobster Pots
  • Kinds of Knowledge in Mariella Kearney's Book
  • 3 Mays in Bonne Bay
  • On preparing moose for dinner: Moose Cutting in Main Brook
  • Net Knowledge: On relations between species and mesh size
  • 25 Mother's Days in Bonne Bay
  • Notes on Partridgeberries
  • On Knowing Where the Berries are When
  • On Potatoes in Plum Point
  • 25 Remembrance Days in Bonne Bay
  • On the Utility of Rope and Twine: Knitting for Fishing
  • On the Loss of Names in Conche
  • On Low Technology, Work by Hand and Memory Loss
  • Notes on How to Paunch a Moose
  • Published Knowledge: On Local Signage, Pamphlets and Museums
  • Puddings Bridget Carroll Knows
  • Punts and Rodneys
  • Looking for Good Ground: Roadside Gardening on the Great Northern Peninsula
  • How To Salt Cod
  • 25 St. Patrick's Days in Bonne Bay
  • On Iceland Scallops in the Straits of Belle Isle
  • Excerpts from a Glossary of Sealing Terms
  • On Working with the Skins of Seals
  • On the Making of Sealskin Boots
  • Snowflake Variations: on difference in repetition
  • 25 Valentine's Days in Bonne Bay
  • Lacing or Filling Snow Shoes: A job for a patient man
  • On Steaming Birch for Snowshoes
  • On the Utility of Rope and Twine: Splicing Practice
  • Plum Point Weather - Summer of 1972
  • On the Price of Fish in Rocky Harbour
  • On Trapping for Fur and Food
  • Trap Skiff
  • On Knitting Knowledge: Understanding Socks
  • What Wesley Pilgrim Knows about Building Boats
  • Figure D: Norris Point, Woody Point, Trout River
  • Figure A: Pam's List of Contacts
  • On Boat-Building in Port au Choix: What Kaitlin Costello Knows from Her Grandfather
  • On Change and Forgetting: What Kaitlin Knows about the Passing of Knowledge
  • Making Fish: On Fish Processing in Conche
  • Where Things Come from in Conche
  • Figure F: Port au Choix and Port Saunders
  • Figure B: Norris Point and Main Brook
  • Figure E: Conche
  • Figure C: Main Brook
  • Knowledge-holders, Significant Places, and Local 'Resources'