Photographs from Spinner People and Culture in Southeastern Massachusetts Volume I chapter “Finest Kind: Commercial Fishing in New Bedford.” Read the story here.


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Karen Vilandry · August 17, 2017 at 11:45 pm

Great idea! Do you have any photos of the New Bedford Continental Screw Co? I started a Facebook page for it but need some photos. We have a lot of interest in it. Thanks!

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Daniel J Mullins · March 11, 2018 at 2:55 pm

Thank you very much for making this available. I had heard this interview existed years back but never could find it. The impact that his baby trawler had on the business as told in “Caught in Irons” is another great read. The Captain would’ve been proud (but the scowl would never show it).

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