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|Ships & Boats: Fishing & Hunting Boats|
|Early Atlantic Whaling An exaggerated version of whaling off
Atlantic shores, in which Basques from Spain were active along the Labrador coast, from the
|Strait of Belle Isle Shipping in the Strait of Belle Isle, off
Newfoundland, 1810, with British warships, cargo vessels and American fishing craft
|Seal Hunting Seal hunting by sailing steamer, 1880s, with its
many hunters amid the icefields, spread north from Newfoundland-Labrador areas.
|Japanese Confiscation R.C.N. officer questioning and
confiscating a Japanese-Canadian fishing boat off the British Columbia coast, December 9,
|B.C. Fishing Fleet A fishing fleet off the British Columbia coast.
a major enterprise along Canada's west coast.
|Ships & Boats: Freight Ships|
|Monster Fleet Sails The grain fleet, leaving Port Arthur, May 2,
1912, through a Lake Superior ice field.
|James Carruthers The James Carruthers, built in 1913 and hailed
as "the largest freighter in the British Empire" was launched at Collingwood,
|Shipping Cattle Shipping cattle to the Orient, Vancouver, c.
|Grain Transfer Transferring grain from the railroad to elevators
to waiting boats at the head of the Great Lakes.
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