Carl Sjolund

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Nantucket Lighthouse Middle School Interviews


Students of the Nantucket Lighthouse Middle School, with assistance from Georgen Charnes and Gail Clark, interviewed several Nantucketers with positions related to the waters of Nantucket in the spring of 2011. Copies of these interviews are archived at Nantucket Historical Association Research Library. 

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Biographical Sketch

Carl Sjolund is an experienced bay scalloper and commercial fisherman living and working in Nantucket, MA. He describes his years on the water, and his family's extensive fishing background.

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