Chapter 2: Fogo and Change Islands

  • Understanding Curves: On Building Punts with a 3-Piece Mould
  • The 7-Pointed Star of Fogo Island
  • What Alice Knows about Bottling Caribou in Seldom-Come-By
  • On Carking or Caulking a Punt
  • Carving Culture in Stag Harbour
  • Mapping Who Knows What on Change Islands
  • On Innovation in Traditional Fisheries: Cod Potting on Fogo
  • On the Origins and History of Cooperation
  • On Knowing What to Do With What You Catch
  • Drawing Down Knowledge: Talking About Punts with Melvin Combden
  • On Collecting Communal Knowledge about Local Berries
  • On Figuring Out the Shape of Punts
  • On Mapping Fishing Grounds in Change Islands 2009-2012
  • Recruiting Tradition to Build Something New
  • On Picking Berries in Fogo: Building Common Knowledge
  • Who Knows What Where in Shoal Bay and Fogo: Preliminary Mappings 2014
  • On Foraging Local Edibles and Re-inventing
  • What Fred Knows About Knitting Vamps
  • Getting Ready to Hook: On Material Variety
  • Growing New Food in Old Places
  • Constructing the Heritage Hexagon
  • Hit and Miss: Present Variations on the Past
  • Making Beauty From Work: On A New
  • Telling Stories: Hooking History
  • Putting Knowledge to New Use: Hooking For A New Business
  • Remembering Where We Fished: On Inshore Fishing in Seldom from 1979–1992
  • Mapping Berries in Island Harbour
  • On Fishing for Cod with a
  • What Jim Edwards Knows about Battening and Bracing
  • Who Knows What Where: Hunting Knowledge in Joe Batt's Arm, Barr'd Island and Tilting - 2014
  • Keeping Punts Traditional on Fogo Island
  • Sharing Knitting History and Knowledge on Change Islands
  • Passing on Knotting Knowledge
  • On Knowing What Dad Does At Work: Snow Crab in Fogo
  • On Partridgeberry Lassy Tart on Fogo Island
  • Against Isolation: Selling Local Fish to Global Markets
  • On Looping a Wit in Joe Batt's Arm
  • Growing Bacon and Eggs in Shoal Bay
  • Mapping Memories: Inshore Fishing on Fogo 1979–1991
  • Making a Monkey's Fist to Pass on Knowledge and Skill
  • On Navigating Multiple Knowledge Systems: Marks, Maps and Memories
  • Seeing Deep: Naming Invisible Ground
  • On Remembering Places on the Water: Mapping Local Fishing Grounds
  • On Preservation and Renewal: Newfoundland Ponies on Change Islands
  • Making the Beds at the Fogo Island Inn
  • For the Love of Partridgeberries
  • Not-So-Crazy: Patching for Preservation
  • Hunting and Picking Turrs on Fogo and Change Islands
  • On Pickling Exotic Vegetables in Shoal Bay
  • Knowing Our Place: On Pond-Naming in Tilting
  • Learning the Local Through Places and Things
  • Talking Across Traditions: On Conversations Between Boats and Chairs
  • Playing by the Numbers: On the Complexity of Punt Mathematics
  • On Knowing the Parts of a Punt
  • On Reading Histories in Things: What Peter Porter Knows about Material Culture
  • Ways of Weather-Knowing on Fogo and Change Islands
  • On Women and the Preservation of Knowledge: Remembering Recipes on Change Islands
  • Remembering the Resettled: Against Forgetting
  • On Roasting Coffee in Shoal Bay: Creating a New
  • Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Reclaiming Heritage Quilt Patterns
  • Salt, Dry, Bottle, Can: On Preserving More than Protein
  • On Loving Local Language in Change Islands
  • On Processing Exotic Seafood in Fogo: Sending Cucumaria Frondosa (Sea Cucumber) to China
  • Sewing Sealskin on Change Islands
  • How to Avoid Bycatch While Trawling for Shrimp
  • Understanding Fishing: On Trawling for Shrimp in Notre Dame Bay
  • Snaring Rabbits on Change Islands
  • What Change Island Women Know about Knitting Socks
  • On Parallel Possibilities: Making Strip Quilts
  • On Knowing Where to Pick Berries in Tilting
  • Before the Moratorium: Remembering the Big Haul in 1988
  • Working Together: Revealing Commonplace Knowledge
  • On the Utility of the Whis Whas
  • Who Knows What Where on Fogo Island: Going Where You're Pointed
  • Woodfinding: On Seeing Boats in Trees