Make and Break Engine Bibliography


Author unknown. "A winter's work ready to be launched." Shoreline 22, no. 11 (June 2010): 1. Print.

Author unknown. "Changes in Fishing Technology."  Decks Awash 7, no. 2 (April 1978): 31-33. (Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Author unknown. "Old Marine Engine: A Resource for Antique Inboard Marine Engine Enthusiasts." (Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Beswick, Aaron. "No turning back now."Northern Pen 29, no. 17 (April 2008): 8. Print.

Budgell, Leonard. "SEA SLIPPER and other boats." Them Days 17, no. 3 (April 1992): 57-63. Print.

Butt, Howard. "Cottlesville resident creates model of a special skiff."  The Pilot 50, no. 29 (July 2009): B1. Print.

Clark, Carl H. Marine Gas Engines, Their Construction and Management. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1914. Print.

Collett, Maxwell. "The Harbour Buffett Motor Boat." Newfoundland Quarterly 67, no. 2 (July 1969): 15 - 20. Print.

Halliday, Bob. "Wooden Boats." Eastwaters.(Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Jarvis-Lowe, Bonnie. "As Nearer to Heaven by Sea." The Newfoundland Herald (May 2007): 34-36). Print.

Pike, Denise. "Dying art of boat building relived in Winterton." The Compass 32, no. 29 (July 2000): B1. Print.

Randell, A. "Reigniting a Passion." The Packet, (February 2012). (Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Randell, Adam. "Looking ship shape." The Packet (September 2011): A12. Print.

Randell, Adam. "Protecting the past." The Packet (April 2011): A16. Print.

Samson, W.R. "Nostalgic Memories" in Memories of Flat Islands, Bonavista Bay Newfoundland 1806-1958. Gander, Newfoundland: Economy Printing Ltd, 1992. Print.

Taylor, David Alan. "A Survey of of Traditional Systems of Boat Design Used in the Vicinity or Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, and Hardangerfjord, Norway." PhD Thesis. Department of Folklore. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, 1989. (Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Taylor, David Alan. "Boatbuilding in Winterton: The Design, Construction and Use of Inshore Fishing Boats in a Newfoundland Community Part I." MA Thesis. Department of Folklore. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, 1980. (Accessed 24 May 2012). Web.

Taylor, David Alan. "Winterton Boat Types." In Boat Building in Winterton Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, 35 - 48. Quebec: Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation (CMCC), 2006. Print.

Thomas, Brodie. "Make and break harbour." The Gulf News, August 24, 2011.(Accessed 22 May 2012). Web.

Winterton Boat Museum. "Traditional Boat Building of Winterton." Winterton Boat Museum, Winterton,Newfoundland. (Accessed 24 May 2012). Web.

Williams E.E., K. J. "Make-And-Break Versus Jump Start." Power Boat News 2, no. 24 (August 1906): 1-2. Web. (Accessed 23 May 2012). Web.


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