Distant Water: The Fate of the North Atlantic Fishermen William W. Simply a classic; well-written, easy to read, and a great eye-opener. Cloth boards in dust-jacket which is faded at the spine. About this Item: University of California Press, Berkeley, 1977. An anthropologist's account of his life and study in a northern Brazilian fishing village and of what makes jangada fishermen and their families tick. Buried Dreams: The Rise and Fall of a Clam Cannery on the Katmai Coast. Skipjack landed by the San Diego fleet average from four to seven pounds, yellowfin on the order of 25 to 30 pounds.
Book is in Used-Good condition. Johannes World Fisheries - what is to be done? San Diego History Center Hours Daily 10 a. Words of the Lagoon: Fishing and Marine Lore in the Palau District of Micronesia R. The general reader interested in fisheries or in life at sea will find it rewarding as well. It took them 61 days and they arrived a month or so before Wells arrived in the same city. Pacific Troller: Life on the Northwest Fishing Grounds, Alaska Northwest Francis E.
An Economic Analysis of the Purse Seine Production Function. Appropriate methodological and cognate works are cited but field notes from these two years overwhelmingly dominate as a source of material. Clarke, The Deep Range and The Ghost From The Grand Banks Suggested by Kara James Connelly in the first decades of the 20th century. Berkeley: University of California Press. An English naturalist, traveller and writer the author going off for a trip with an Orkney deep-sea trawler in some v. The processes of locating fish, of setting and hauling nets, of recruiting crews, and of training new recruits to the fishery are described in clear and sometimes minute detail. Caldwell 1982 Pecheurs d'Islande Pierre Loti The Perfect Storm Sebastian Junger Port O'Call: Memories of the Portuguese White Fleet in St.
In Behavioral Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach. The journal of an observer of lobster fishermen. Pages and cover are clean and intact. He costs the operation right down to the non- Furuno penant to tell which way the wind is blowing. Not flattering, but so realistic that the author must have lived the life.
Hunter and the Whale The Laurens Van der Post A young Boer hunter ships out with a multi-cultural crew on a whaling vessel from South Africa in pursuit of sperm and blue whales in the southern Indian Ocean. Unpublished manuscript in the files Journal American Ethnologist — Wiley Published: May 1, 1987. Berkeley: University of California Press. They fished the late summer and fall salmon runs in the Lynne Canal. Lofgren, Orvar 1972 Resource Management and Family Firms: Swedish West Coast Fishermen.
Four Men on a Raft was stunning! All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. In Behavioral Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach. An Economic Analysis of the Purse Seine Production Function. Dabei soll aufgezeigt werden, wie das Zusammenspiel von Geschichte und Kultur trotz ähnlicher Voraussetzungen und Problemlagen zu sehr unterschiedlichem Denken in Sachen Küstenschutz führen kann. Spartina John Casey Stern Men It's about life on two Maine islands and the lobstermen who live and fight! May not contain Access Codes or Supplements.
Oyster: from Montparnasse to Greenwell Point Nicolette Strasko 2000 Oyster cultivation in Australia , biology, history, mythology, etc. Sanderson 1956 The history of whaling from prehistoric times to 1950. What he produced was thrilling - classic! Thus the two ethnic groups that dominate the fishery are sampled at sea. More specifically, the focus is on the fishermen in all their work and personal relationships while on 40 to 80 day trips at sea to harvest yellowfin and skipjack tuna. His record of the sociology of the tuna fishermen describes the culture of a distant water-fishing community. Dramatically illustrated by David Blackwood. An Iceland Fisherman Pierre Loti 1886 Beautiful Swimmers William W.
Tuna Cowboys Nick Pluker has one of the most dangerous jobs in the world; he is a wild sea-going cowboy who each year heads out into the perilous Southern Ocean to round up his herd - Southern bluefin tuna. He concludes with an equally insightful chapter on relationships between fishermen and the land-based community including the special familial relationships that must develop when father is completely removed from the home scene for long periods each year. About this Item: Univ of California Pr, 1978. In Atlantic Fishermen: Anthropological Essays on Modern Fishing. While the author hews closely to his stated theme, the men in the fishery, he does of necessity touch upon the wider milieu that includes the problems of managing and allocating a scarce resource in an international, common property, framework. The Bottom of the Harbor Joseph Mitchell 1959 This is an anthology of essays Mitchell originally published in the New Yorker in the 40s and 50s. Reliable customer service and no-hassle return policy.
Larger scale fishers were moving in and taking over the livelihoods of one fishing village. Silver Darlings The Neil M. Insights into these problems are gained far more rapidly by reading than through field work. The author made two voyages as a deck crewman on tuna seiners during this period, one on which the crew was drawn primarily from the Portugese community, the other more from the Italian community. It's about a Newfoundland outport, starting with the geological formation of the island through a series of vignettes from colonization and into the 20th century. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good.
For the first time ever the drama of one of these treacherous musters is captured on camera. Its an account of the first alleged bluefin caught by a New Zealander and tracks its shipment to Tsukiji Market Tokyo. Newfoundland: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University. Fishermen: The Sociology of an Extreme Occupation The Jeremy Tunstall 1962 The book deals with the distant water trawl fishery from Hull and has a detailed description of community life of the fishermen's wives and families. He also gives good descriptions of the fishing technologies and of the English fishing ports at that time.