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The A.J. Meerwald and New Jersey's oyster industry

Title
The A.J. Meerwald and New Jersey's oyster industry / Constance McCart & Rachel Rodgers Dolhanczyk.
Author
McCart, Constance L.
Publication
  • Charleston, SC : The History Press , 2021.
  • ©2021

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Additional Authors
Dolhanczyk, Rachel Rodgers
Description
142 pages : illustrations (some color), facsimiles, maps; 23 cm
Subject
Genre/Form
History.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages129-140).
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1. The Meerwald Family and the A.J. Meerwald -- The Meerwald Family -- The Ship the A.J. Meerwald -- Troubled Times -- 2. Schooners and Shipyards -- Building the Boats -- Schooner as Soul -- The Crew -- 3. Restoring the Meerwald -- The Early Days -- The Schooner Project -- 4. Oysters -- First Cultivation -- How the Oyster Got to Be King -- The Town of Port Norris and Its Village, Bivalve -- Oyster Wars -- The Introduction of Shucking and the African American Community -- Oyster Research and the Demise of the Industry -- 5. The Bayshore Center and the Meerwald Today -- Why Is the Bayshore Area So Important? -- Shipboard and Shore-Based Education -- Shipping Sheds -- The Community -- Volunteering -- Conclusion.
ISBN
  • 9781467147941
  • 146714794X
  • 9781540250452
  • 1540250458
LCCN
2021945853
OCLC
  • 1288687466
  • on1288687466
Owning Institutions
Princeton University Library