Along the Gloucester [Massachusetts] Waterfront 1938 to 1946 ~History ~Fishing Boats & Wharves ~by Charles Woodbury Fifield

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Title: Along the Gloucester Waterfront 1938 to 1946

Author: Charles Woodbury Fifield, Jr.

Description: Comb-bound in card covers. Very slight wear to covers. Internally clean and unmarked. Includes about 60 illustrations from historic photographs. 69 pages.

An illustrated historical description of the wharves and the fishing industry of Gloucester, Massachusetts during the years 1938-1946, with quite a bit of attention given to specific fishing boats.

Contents:
[I] Early Gloucester and Local Places of Interest.
[II] The Wharves of Gloucester.
[III] Where and How Fish are Caught.
[IV] Lost Gloucester Fishing Boats.
[V] Oddities of the Waterfront and Sea.
[VI] The Fishing Industry in World War II.
[VII] In Memory of Gloucester Fishermen Lost at Sea.

Binding: Comb bound soft cover
Condition: Very Good+

Publisher: [printing by Eagle Printing Company]
Place: [Northbridge, Massachusetts]
Year: 2001

Keywords: history, Massachusetts, coast, waterfront, fishing, fisheries, Cape Ann, Essex County, fishing boats, New England, wharves,

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