Fish Out of Water: The Newfoundland Saltfish Trade 1814-1914 (Newfoundland History Series)

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Fish Out of Water: The Newfoundland Saltfish Trade 1814-1914 (Newfoundland History Series)

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Rating : 4.45 (687 Votes)
Asin : 0919519903
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 344 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-02-02
Language : English

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By 1814 the community of Newfoundland had become the beneficiary of a major British economic enterprise-the salt fish industry. Newfoundland's history during the period from 1814 to 1914 is an important part of the history of North Atlantic Commerce in general and British Commerce in particular. He has studied at Memorial University of Newfoundland (BA (Ed.), BA, MA), the University of London (Ph.D.) and the University of Oslo. However the colony's salt fish trade continued to operate within the network established and maintained by Great Britain and it became increasingly evident that political independence was not to be accompanied by commercial independenc

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He worked for some time as a teacher in Canada and is presently Associate Professor of History at Memorial University. . Shannon Ryan was born and received his early education in Riverhead, Harbour Grace. He has studied at Memorial University of Newfoundland (BA (Ed.), BA, MA). The University of London (Ph.D.) and the University of Oslo

About the Author Shannon Ryan was born and received his early education in Riverhead, Harbour Grace. The University of London (Ph.D.) and the University of Oslo. . He worked for some time as a teacher in Canada and is presently Associate Professor of History at Memorial University. He has studied at Memorial University of Newfoundland (BA (Ed.), BA, MA)

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