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Table of Contents
Perils Attending the Fisheries
List of the Names of Twelve Hundred and Sixty-five Men and Two Hundred and Eighty Vessels Lost in the Fisheries
Table of Recapitulation
On Georges in the Terrible Gale of February 24th, 1862. The experience of one who was there for the first and last time.
The Mackerel Fishers. Giving an Account of its Commencement and Progress, with Statstics of the Catch for the past thirteen years.
The Haddock, Pollock, Cod and Halibut Fisheries, Giving an Account of the First Trips to Georges for Codfish
The Commerce of Gloucester and the Fisheries
The Winter Fishery of 1846, a Comparison between Then and Now, showing the wonderful Increase of this Branch of the Business
"Uncle Charlie's" Recollections of the Old Pinkey and Jigger Fleets; also, of the Square Sterners, Half-Clipper Model Fishing Vessels
Account of the First Trips to Georges and Halibut
Incidents of the Gale of September 8th, 1869
Sea Fish and Fisheries
Big Trips in the Bank, Georges, Mackerell and Haddock Fisheries
How the Pinkey Charles weathered it
Loss of Two Rockport Vessels. Thrilling Narrative of Mr. Charles Jordan, sole survivor of the crew of Schooner Helen Eliza. His Perilous Position and Wonderful Escape
Fishermen's superstitions. A Remarkable Verifications of Dreams. Wonderful Presentiment
Greenland and Iceland Halibut Fisheries
Estimated Products of the Fisheries for the year 1872. Tonnage Statistics
Remarkable Escapes of Schooners Onward and Seddie C. Pyle on Georges. Loss of Schooner A. R. Andrews, and Rescue of her Crew. Lost in the Fog. Rescued from the Jaws of Death. Comprising the Details of Narrow Escapes by the Fishermen
The Pirate Tacony's Raid upon the Fishermen
A Valuable Branch of Industry
Recapture of Schooner E. A. Horton from the Custody of the Dopminion Government. A Daring Act by a Yankee Skipper and his Crew
The Severe Storm of 1839
Fishermen's children Playing on the Beach
The Cape Ann Fishermen of To-Day
How Harry G. came to Sign the Pledge
Picking the Nets and Trawls,in which we find a good haul of Sketches, In Acidents and Facts, relative to the Fisherman and his Occupation
Dashings of Spray from Wavelets of Maritime Poetry by Home Authors
A Musical Fisherman. His First Violin. Early Struggles. His Cruise in The Rival. Shipwrecked Yankee fishermen Giving Concerts in the Provinces
Loss of Schooner Neptune's Bride. Two of the Crew saved. Eighteen hours on the Mast -Head. A Perilous Passage
Leaves from the Log Book of Captain James Pattillo. How he served a Dominion Officer who Boarded the Schooner Abigail. Puts to Sea in the Teeth of a Gail and outsails the Cutter. How he gets a Load of Herring for Schooner Tiger.
"Here comes Father's Vessel"
G.W. Blunt White Library
Fishermen's Memorial and Record Book - Procter, George H
The Severe Storm of 1839
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