Surveys completed by wardens of various coastal districts in Maine that include the total number of outboard motor boats used at the “peak of [the] season” for various commercial fishing activities, including the lobster industry, clam and worm industry, weir fishing, seining, lobster pounds, and other miscellaneous fishing activities. the name of the warden is provided, but not the district or location. Also includes initial memo sent with the survey from the Commissioner of the State of Maine Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries to all coastal wardens, as well as a final grand total for the surveys.
State of Maine Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries
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Maine Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries, "Records of the State of Maine Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries, Boat Surveys, 1961" (1961). History of Maine Fisheries. 135.
From the holdings of the Maine State Archives. For more information, contact the Maine State Archives directly at: Maine State Archives, 84 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333, tel: (207) 287-5788, email: anthony.douin@Maine.gov, website: http://www.Maine.gov/sos/arc/
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