10 LIVROS EM INGLÊS RELACIONADOS COM «OYSTERING»
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Nonnative Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay
For Maryland watermen, oystering is second in economic importance to crabbing.
Prior to the 1980s, oystering was the most important fishery on the bay, with
watermen hard crabbing (or farming) in the summer mainly to provide income in ...
Committee on Nonnative Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay, National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, 2004
Acts Passed at a General Assembly of the Commonwealth of ...
... When citizens of Norfolk may oyster, No limit to taking planted oysters, Extent of
jurisdiction of Norfolk county, Reciprocal privilege of oystering extended to
Princess Anne and Norfolk counties, When oysters may be taken in York or
Unionville: Race, Time, Place and Memory in Talbot County, ...
Some blacks on the Neck tried their hand at oystering and seafood work after
emancipation. Free to try oystering but not free from white harassment, their boats
were sabotaged by whites who punched holes in them late at night. The blacks ...
Oyster Wars and the Public Trust: Property, Law, and Ecology ...
WaddelVs Lessee (1842), were about property rights in oysters in the Raritan
River and Bay region, the early center of oystering (to be replaced in importance
by the Delaware Bay as the nineteenth century went on). This was also the area
Tangier Island: Place, People, and Talk
Apart from those who are involved in tourism or in the several shops and stores
that serve the Island, about 90 percent of the men follow the water — traditionally
meaning oystering, fishing, and crabbing, but presently, essentially only the last.
Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia
... 72 Penalty for resisting his authority, 72 Oystering, except for planting or for
family use, unlawful in certain months, 72 Penalty on ofl'enders, 72 Nonresidents
how dealt with, 72 Masters when liable for acts of slaves, 72 Oystering with illegal
The Question of the Commons: The Culture and Ecology of ...
And yet, restricted access can result in sharp social discrimination, as in beaches
reserved for the wealthy and, as briefly described below, submarine acreage
taken up by the few Oystering and the Enclosure of the Commons The history of ...
Bonnie J. McCay, James M. Acheson, 1990
The Fishermen of the Lowcountry: Memories from Home
OYSTERING. Oysters are picked in the cool of the year—as the saying goes:
those months whose names have an r in them. Since the local oyster grounds
have been heavily harvested, the oyster crew often tows three hours down the
Home: Portraits from the Carolina Coast
Oystering. Oysters are picked in the cool of the year—as the saying goes: those
months whose names have an r in them. Since the local oyster grounds have
been heavily harvested, the oyster crew often tows three hours down the inland ...
V. Elizabeth Turk, William P. Baldwin, 2006
A History of the Greenwich Waterfront: Tod's Point, Great ...
10. OYSTERING. During the late 1800s, nearly three-quarters of the entire oyster
export to Europe came from Connecticut, with Norwalk being the major
contributor. During that era, there was said to be, on average, an amazing
10 NOTÍCIAS NAS QUAIS SE INCLUI O TERMO «OYSTERING»
Conheça de que se fala nos meios de comunicação nacionais e internacionais e como se utiliza o termo oystering
no contexto das seguintes notícias.
Hancock Co. fisherman fighting to save legs speaks out
He went shrimping, oystering and crabbing for more than 45 years and never contracted what doctors confirmed was the aggressive Vibrio ... «WLOX, jul 15»
Salisbury center to help children 'do their part' for bay
Oystering and fishing is a way of life, he explained. He usually brings in a weathered waterman, someone with decades of experience, to talk to ... «mySanAntonio.com, jul 15»
The List: Exploring the Inhabited Islands of the Garden State
First settled in the 1700s as a site for clamming and oystering, tourism has been the biggest industry ever since the construction of the Atlantic ... «NJ Spotlight, jul 15»
William B. Cronin
In the course of his research, he became an expert on the log canoes and pungeys that watermen once used for oystering, and historic vessels ... «Baltimore Sun, jul 15»
Find the perfect southeastern beach escape for you
According to the island's website, "Most native residents of Daufuskie are descendants of freed slaves, who have made their living oystering ... «Access Atlanta, jul 15»
Celebrate, remember the Clamshell Railroad
The railroad created a reliable route for the area's major industries: oystering, logging and cranberry farming. A tide table, not a time table, ... «Coast Weekend, jul 15»
Mother and son's burlap bow-tie business honors Lowcountry's …
Share. Mother and son's burlap bow-tie business honors Lowcountry's oystering tradition. Warren L. Wise Email Facebook @warrenlancewise. «Charleston Post Courier, jul 15»
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PORT LAVACA - Cecileo Morales, 38, of Seadrift, to two years probation on June 18 after pleading guilty to oystering in a restricted area with a ... «Victoria Advocate, jul 15»
Izaak Walton League awards scholarships
Jones plans to study the effects of farming, fishing, oystering, crabbing and land development on the water, flora and fauna of the Bay. «The Star Democrat, jul 15»
Once an industrial hub, New Haven struggles to place residents in …
It was an oystering powerhouse for a couple of centuries, starting in colonial days. In 1878, Alexander Graham Bell established the first ... «Free Speech Radio News, jul 15»