From Earl Dotter:

The Price Of Fish


Our Nation’s Most Perilous Job Takes Life and Limb in New England

Commercial fishing is now this nation’s most dangerous occupation.  This exhibit chronicles a brutal week-long trip in December on an eighty-five foot long stern trawler out of Portland, Maine into the North Atlantic. The toll on New England’s inshore fishers is chronicled from Eastport, Maine, south to historic Gloucester, Massachusetts. as lobsters and scallops are hauled in.

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