Seining off Monhegan, circa 1900
8″x10″ photo print
In the early 1800s several Monhegan vessels were fishing on the Grand Banks. With the decline of the Banks fishery at mid-century many Monhegan residents began dragging or purse-seining for mackerel. These men in dories are tending a seine net.
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