Fishermen's Own Book , comprising the List of Men and Vessels Lost from thePort of Gloucester, Mass., from 1874 to April 1, 1882, and a Table of Loss es from 1830, together with Valuable Statistics of the Fisheries, also Notable Fares, . brown cloth

By: Gloucester, Massachusetts

Price: $170.00

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(Gloucester, Massachusetts). The Fishermen's Own Book, comprising the List of Men and Vessels Lost from the Port of Gloucester, Mass., from 1874 to April 1, 1882, and a Table of Losses from 1830, together with Valuable Statistics of the Fisheries, also Notable Fares, Narrow Escapes, Startling Adventures, Fishermen's Off-Hand Sketches, Ballads, Descriptions of Fishing Tripsand Other Interesting Facts and Incidents Connected with this Branch of Ma ritime History. Gloucester : Proctor Brothers, Publishers, (1882). Pp (6),(16,ads),[iii]-iv,[5]-274,(22,ads),(2). Illustrated. 8vo, gilt decorated brown cloth. Of special Newfoundland interest : The Fortune Bay Riot (pp.109-112). Wear to spine and edges, else vg. 170.00

Title: Fishermen's Own Book , comprising the List of Men and Vessels Lost from thePort of Gloucester, Mass., from 1874 to April 1, 1882, and a Table of Loss es from 1830, together with Valuable Statistics of the Fisheries, also Notable Fares, . brown cloth

Author Name: Gloucester, Massachusetts

Categories: 77,

Publisher: Proctor Brothers, Gloucester, Mass., 1882,:

Seller ID: 18025

Keywords: NAUTICAL FISHERIES GLOUCESTER NEWFOUNDLAND AMERICAN GLOUCESTER HISTORY FISHERMEN CANADIAN SHIPWRECKS,