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eBook From Outpost to Outport: A Structural Analysis of the Jersey-Gaspé Cod Fishery, 1767-1886 ePub

by Rosemary E. Ommer

  • ISBN: 0773507302
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Rosemary E. Ommer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Carleton University Press (December 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1219 kb
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ByRosemary E. Ommer · Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1991. xvii + 245 pp. Maps, charts, tables, notes, bibliography, and index.

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A Structural Analysis of the Jersey-Gaspé Cod Fishery, 1767-1886. Fredericton, Acadiensis Press, 1990. Montréal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1991.

Book Description: Using the extensive papers of the firm Charles Robin and Company of Jersey and Paspebiac, and the records of the Jersey mercantile establishment, Rosemary Ommer presents a detailed case study of commodity trade, uncovering the development, function, and strengths and weaknesses of all aspects of the fishery. eISBN: 978-0-7735-6227-1. Subjects: Technology.

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From Outpost to Outport : A Structural Analysis of the Jersey-Gaspi Cod Fishery, 1767-1886. by Rosemary E. Using the extensive papers of the firm Charles Robin and Company of Jersey and Paspebiac, and the records of the Jersey mercantile establishment, Rosemary Ommer presents a detailed case study of commodity trade, uncovering the development, function, and strengths and weaknesses of all aspects of the fishery.

Published: 1 March 1992. The Journal of Transport History, Volume 13, pp 86-87; doi:10.

From Outpost to Outport: A Structural Analysis of the Jersey-Gaspé Cod Fishery, 1767–1886. ByOmmerRosemary E. · Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1991. Volume 65 Issue 3 - Richard W. Judd.

From Outpost to Outport: A Structural Analysis of the Jersey-Gaspé Cod Fishery, 1767-1886. Montreal and Kingston, 1991) Ouellet, F. Histoire économique et sociale du Québec 1760-1850. Montreal/Paris, 1966). Some Views on the Pattern of Economic Development. Brewis, e. Growth and the Canadian Economy. Toronto, 1968), pp. 34-64

Using the extensive papers of the firm Charles Robin and Company of Jersey and Paspebiac, and the records of the Jersey mercantile establishment, Rosemary Ommer presents a detailed case study of commodity trade, uncovering the development, function, and strengths and weaknesses of all aspects of the fishery. Her analysis clearly reveals a functional three-point trading system: production in Gaspé, management in Jersey, and markets in the Mediterranean, the West Indies, and Brazil. Employing a new set of methodologies developed for this study, Ommer is able to escape the myopic perspective of works which assume that staple-based development comprises only "good" and "bad" staples that inevitably lead to development and underdevelopment respectively. She has instead produced a rich and complex analysis which broadens our understanding of colonial staple development and commodity trade and introduces new insights on regional development.