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The New England fishing economy

jobs, income, and kinship

by Peter B. Doeringer

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Published by University of Massachusetts Press in Amherst .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Bedford (Mass.),
  • Gloucester (Mass.),
  • New England.,
  • Massachusetts,
  • New Bedford.,
  • Gloucester.
    • Subjects:
    • Fish trade -- New England.,
    • Fish trade -- Massachusetts -- New Bedford.,
    • Fish trade -- Massachusetts -- Gloucester.,
    • Fishers -- Massachusetts -- New Bedford.,
    • Fishers -- Massachusetts -- Gloucester.,
    • New Bedford (Mass.) -- Economic conditions.,
    • Gloucester (Mass.) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter B. Doeringer, Philip I. Moss, David G. Terkla.
      ContributionsMoss, Philip I., Terkla, David G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9457.A11 D64 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 147 p. :
      Number of Pages147
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2714202M
      ISBN 100870235354
      LC Control Number86007128

      Books shelved as new-england-history: King Philip's War: The History and Legacy of America's Forgotten Conflict by Eric B. Schultz, Roger Williams and th Missing: fishing economy. For New England, and much of the Northeast, native species of anadromous fish belong to past generations. Anadromous fish migrate between rivers and the sea and up until the mid-nineteenth century they swarmed nearly every river in New England in such numbers as to astound those lucky enough to witness a seasonal fish-run. They furnished agricultural communities with an important source of Author: Erik Reardon.

      New England is the oldest regional civilization and economy in the United States - and we must be aware of the ills and problems of old age. We must prevent the dreaded diseases of economic arteriosclerosis and senescence from weakening our cities and industries - and we must attack them promptly and effectively whenever and wherever they occur. Up to 50% Off + 10% Off Everything! Code MDAY20 Ends: 05/ Details Apply. See Shipping Updates Related to COVID».

      Colonial Self Government. The Stamp Act () placed a tax on every newspaper, book and legal document in the British colonies. Which description of the Stamp Act is written from the view point of a member of the British Parliament? Britain has the right to tax the colonists to .   The region’s lobstermen, scallopers, and others who land much of the nation’s $ billion commercial catch are facing economic devastation, with many forced to tie up or store their boats in Author: David Abel.


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