Dodson, J.
June 1989
Yankee;Jun89, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p54
Reports on Gloucester, Massachusetts, settled in 1623, and now home to about 27,000 people. History; Fishing and fishermen; Development and problems as a result; Lifestyle.


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