Account book of R. A. and W. A. [illegible last name] of Brooklin, Me., records barrels of salt sold for clams and pogies (menhaden) used as bait by individual fishermen. Includes names, dates, dollar amount and quantity in barrels and bushels.
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[Illegible], R A. and [Illegible], W A., "Account Book, Clams and Pogies, 1868-1871" (1868). History of Maine Fisheries. 73.
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