All the Fish of the Post : Property Resource Rights and Development in a Nineteenth-Century Inshore Fishery. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of theHistory of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 10, No.2. Spring / Printemps 1981


OMMER, Rosemary E. “All the Fish of the Post : Property Resource Rights andDevelopment in a Nineteenth-Century Inshore Fishery.” An article in Acadie nsis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. X, No.2. Spring/Printemps 1981, pp 107-123. Also : Articles : "W.F. Ganong, A.H. Clark and the Historical Geography of Maritime Canada" by Graeme Wynn (pp 5 -28); "The Mercantile-Industrial Transition in The Metals Towns of Pictou County, 1857-1931" by L. D. McCann (pp 29-64); "Scottish Emigration to the Maritimes 1770-1815: A New Look at an Old Theme" by J. M. Bumsted (pp 65-85); "Vernacular Architecture and the Cultural Landscape of the Maritime Provinces — A Reconnaisance" by Peter Ennals, Deryck Holdsworth (pp 86-106); Documents : "Population Patterns in Pre-Confederation New Brunswick" (pp 124-138); reviews. Very good. 10.00

Title: All the Fish of the Post : Property Resource Rights and Development in a Nineteenth-Century Inshore Fishery. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of theHistory of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 10, No.2. Spring / Printemps 1981

Author Name: OMMER, Rosemary E. Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 10, No.2. WYNN, Graeme McCANN, L.D.

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Keywords: NOVA SCOTIA EMIGRATION IMMIGRANTS JOURNAL PERIODICAL PICTOU CO NEW BRUNSWICK FISHERIES ARCHITECTURE,