Preview: Voyaging Thru Time: Photographs from Penobscot Marine Museum, Part 10

This Guide Post shows methods of harvesting fish: fin fish and shrimp with nets; oysters with tongs and dredges. These images are but a small sample of what’s available in Penobscot Marine Museum’s National Fisherman collection.

—————–Kevin Johnson, Photo Archivist, Penobscot Marine Museum.



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    Ben Fuller says:

    6069 is interesting; it was used at the advertising photo for US Rubber’s new hoses used with new fangled fish pumps. No dipping needed.

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    Joseph Greeley says:

    On a minor editorial note: on the next to last picture I think you meant ‘better’ and ‘calm’ rather than ‘beeter’ and ‘clam’ . . .

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      Maynard Bray says:

      Thanks for spotting and mentioning these typos which are now fixed.

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    Bruce LePage says:

    Very beautiful,I rember many of this ! Please, much more, and thank you very much!