The oral histories are an in depth look at how the fishing industry affects individual fishermen as well as their families. The oral histories also allow us to gain inside perspective on how management regulations affect the social and cultural aspects of people in the fishery.
Amy Wilson Sanger
Diane is the wife of a lobsterman. She speaks about how regulations are impacting her family.
Project Leaders: Lisa L. Colburn and Kate E. Yentes
Date Collection Completed: On going
Geographic Location: Locations across New England
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