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SUNDAY, A TERRE NEUVIER (NEWFOUNDLER) DEPARTS FROM THE HARBOUR AT FECAMP, FRANCE C1910

At the beginning of this century Fécamp was the premier port in France for the importation of cod. Three masted vessels known as Terre Neuviers sailed in fleets to fish off the coast of Newfoundland. They used small dinghies or dories to fish for cod which was then salted for preservation. Such fleets would be away from home for six months at a time. Here w...

  • Id: terre-neuvier_fecamp_france_1910-b1p-057-b2p-076
  • Name: SUNDAY, A TERRE NEUVIER (NEWFOUNDLER) DEPARTS FROM THE HARBOUR AT FECAMP, FRANCE C1910
  • Media: Oil on canvas
  • Size: 30"" x 20"" (76cm x 51 cm)
  • Section: WORKING PORTS
  • Book 1 Page: 57
  • Book 2 Page: 76