Vol. 39., No. 4: Floaters, Stationers & Livyeres: The Labrador Fishery in Them Days

Vol. 39, No. 4 – Floaters, Stationers & Livyeres: The Labrador Fishery in Them Days

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Vol. 39, No. 4 – Floaters, Stationers & Livyeres is a special issue of Them Days dedicated to the history of the Labrador Fishery. A double-sized issue packed with the history of the Labradory Fishery, it examines the relationship between Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.

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These Days at Them Days – Aimee Chaulk………………………………………2
Reflections on the Labrador Fishery – Sam Saunders……………………….4
The Life For Me – Alex Saunders…………………………………………………..11
From One Quarter to the Next – Bill Andersen………………………………17
Memoir of a Floater – Edward John Goudie……………………………………20
The Schooners and the Cod Fishery – Ted Andersen ……………………..28
He Came Back – Millie (Mitsuk) Martin………………………………………..31
The Little Church on Uviluktok – Dr. Hans J. Rollmann…………………32
Aillik – Bill Andersen………………………………………………………………….36
Not Much of a Price – Herman Sheppard……………………………………….39
Annual Report of the Moravian Mission, Hopedale, 1921-22…………..41
Some Bad Frights – Job Edmunds…………………………………………………42
The Fish Buyers and Our Grub – Bill Andersen………………………………45
Boy, It Was Rough – Ron Gear……………………………………………………..47
Your Own Pair of Gloves – John Andersen…………………………………….49
The Best Times – John Winters……………………………………………………..52
Strawberry Song and the People in It – Sandy Boland/Joan Andersen.54
Annual Report of the Moravian Mission Hospital, Okak ………………..56
The Way People Worked Together – James R. Andersen…………………..57
The Seaman’s Psalm……………………………………………………………………..59
Umiatutib Imgerutinga………………………………………………………………..59
Father Went to Holton – Ray Norman ………………………………………….60
I Never Fished But I Found a Home in Labrador – Gladys Roberts…..64
New Harbour, Trinity Bay, Telegraph News……………………………………70
Lake Melville People – Max Blake………………………………………………..72
Fequet’s Place, Pack’s Harbour, 1950 – John O. Heard…………………….73
A Punt-Load of Fish – Dave Massie………………………………………………76
Our Customary Ways – Ken Mesher……………………………………………..77
Indian Tickle – Melvin Baxter Penney……………………………………………84
Big Fish – Don Sheppard and Fred Evely…………………………………………85
Sheppard Family Obituaries…………………………………………………………95
It Was Better Fishing in Labrador – George Roach…………………………97
I Was on the Labrador Too – Sylvia Roach…………………………………..100
Must Have Been Love – Heber (& Harriet) McGurk………………………101
Mom’s Pictures – Ward Mercer…………………………………………………..110
It All Started With the Fishery – Roger Pike………………………………..114
The Loss of the Mary F. Harris – Peter Laracy…………………………………116
Feather Hooks – Cleidus Earle…………………………………………………..118
Plenty of Fish, But… – Wilfred Davis………………………………………….120
To Be Part of That Story – Frank Flynn……………………………………….122
For the Love of Cod – Alex Saunders…………………………………………..127

Front cover: Pronging up the fish. Postville, early 1960s. Joan & Ross King fonds
Back cover: Hauling the nets. 1980s. Courtesy of Don Sheppard

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Weight .220 kg
Dimensions 23 x 15.5 x 1.5 cm