management and organisation of the fish catching industry on the north east coast of England
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Published by Centre for Fisheries Studies, Hull College of Higher Education in Hull .
Written in English


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StatementT.A. Oliver.
ContributionsHull College of Higher Education. Centre for Fisheries Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination3v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14850543M

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