Fish town : Down the road to Louisiana's vanishing fishing communities /

"Fish Town preserves, through photography and oral history recordings, the cultural and environmental life of southeastern Louisiana's fishing communities. Because of the vanishing coastline, people who are multi-generaltions deep in their fishing traditions have watched their towns quietl...

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Author / Creator:Blatty, J. T., photographer, author.
Edition:First hardcover edition.
Imprint:Staunton, VA : George F. Thompson Publishing in association with the American Land Publishing Project, 2018.
©2018
Description:198 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Language:English
Subject:Fishing villages -- Louisiana -- Pictorial works.
Fishing -- Louisiana -- Pictorial works.
Coastal ecology -- Louisiana -- Photographs.
Coasts -- Louisiana -- Photographs.
Fishers -- Louisiana -- Photographs.
Coastal ecology
Coasts
Fishers
Fishing
Fishing villages
Louisiana -- Pictorial works.
Louisiana
Photographs
Pictorial works
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11699240
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Other authors / contributors:Colten, Craig E., writer of supplementary textual content.
ISBN:9781938086519
1938086511
Summary:"Fish Town preserves, through photography and oral history recordings, the cultural and environmental life of southeastern Louisiana's fishing communities. Because of the vanishing coastline, people who are multi-generaltions deep in their fishing traditions have watched their towns quietly slip toward extinction for decades, with few means of historic preservation. .. " -- Dust jacket flap.

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