Download kindly folk and bonny boats in pdf or read kindly folk and bonny boats in pdf online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get kindly folk and bonny boats in pdf book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

Kindly Folk And Bonny Boats

Autor: Gloria Wilson
Publisher: History PressLtd
ISBN: 9780752449074
File Size: 10,38 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 8148
Download or Read Book
The boats and fishing communities of Scotland and North-East England from the 1950s to the present are highlighted in this pictorial appreciation. Gloria Wilson's unique collection of photographs has never been published before. With information on boat design and construction, it includes some rarely seen naval architects' line plans. From attractive Scottish wooden-hulled craft to recent steel boats, and with many shore scenes including Mallaig herring port, Peterborough harbor reconstruction, fish auctions, and fishermen net and boat-building, this book offers a glimpse into a bygone age. Finally, it considers the work being done to balance fish conservation with profitable fishing, a pressing issue for the fishing industry of the 21st century.

Lexical Variation And Attrition In The Scottish Fishing Communities

Autor: Robert McColl Millar
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748691782
File Size: 29,64 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 3409
Download or Read Book
This book considersvarious theoretical and methodological issues in relation to a representative sample of fishing communities along ScotlandOCOs east coast. Can the lexical variation and change found in these communities be perceived as primary evidenc"e;

Freshening Breezes

Autor: Gloria Wilson
Publisher: History PressLtd
ISBN: 9780752480411
File Size: 9,50 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Read: 5065
Download or Read Book
With dramatically diverse terrain and spectacular scenery, the Cleveland and North Yorkshire area has long had a strong fishing industry, and marine employment and pastimes remain common in the locality. All across this coastline, many places have supported small-scale artisanal fisheries and over time boats have evolved to cope with a variety of fishing techniques and local environment conditions, as well as changing economic circumstances. This book tells the story of the fisherfolk, boats and builders along the storm-lashed stretch of north-east England between the rivers Tees and Esk in the mid to late twentieth century. Based on her original fieldwork, and including more than 170 stunning photographs, all taken by the author herself, as well as interviews with fishermen and boat builders, Gloria Wilson describes how these knowledgeable people maintained traditional values and yet were ready to try something new. From curiously shaped square-sterned cobles, via little 'double enders', right through so the stout, steel trawlers built locally in Whitby by one of Britain's foremost boatbuilding yards, Parkol Marine Engineering, all manner of boats are explored and pictured here. Whether for the beautiful photography or the fascinating information, this is a book no local or fishing enthusiast can do without.