Occupation and Society: The East Anglian Fishermen 1880-1914 by Trevor Lummis

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By Trevor Lummis

This booklet is a learn of the impression of profession on business behaviour and the way profession impacts social, neighborhood and kinfolk lifestyles. The fishing used to be one of many final to event the economic Revolution. In East Anglia, steam propulsion used to be brought in the operating lifetime of the oldest of these interviewed for this booklet, and a few radical adjustments in operating practices, capital fee and technical improvement have been focused into the short interval 1880-1914. As those alterations happened with varied timing and strength within the significant sectors of the - trawling and drifting - East Anglia is a perfect position during which to contemplate the influence of the forces and kinfolk of construction: the fishermen's commercial, social and political attitudes are with regards to their particular paintings event.

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