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Clamming, Fishing, and Lobstering along the NH Seacoast
DVD; 55 min
Price - $18.00

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Up until the latter part of the 20th century, the cold waters of the New Hampshire seacoast provided an abundance of clams, fish, and lobsters, first to the Abenaki Indians who originally inhabited the area, then to the European settlers and their descendants who came after. Using historical images, memoirs, and video interviews with local fishermen, lobstermen, and historians, documentary filmmaker Joshua Silveira takes us on a thoughtful journey of discovery through the early days of settlement up to the present day, examining the development, heyday, and eventual decline of the local fisheries industry. Like his 2012 film, Salt Marsh Farming on the New Hampshire, Silveira once again opens our eyes to the beauty, history, and economic importance of the New Hampshire seacoast.

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