The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is fishing communities.
· Acheson, James. 1988. The Lobster Gangs of Maine. University Press of New England.
· Griffith, David. 1999. The Estuary's Gift: An Atlantic Coast Cultural Biography. Penn State University Press.
· McCay, Bonnie, and James Acheson, eds. 1987. The Question of the Commons: The Culture and Ecology of Communal Resources. University of Arizona Press.
· McCay, Bonnie. 1998. Oyster Wars and the Public Trust: Property, Law, and Ecology in New Jersey History. University of Arizona Press.
· Vickers, David. 1994. Farmers and Fishermen: Two Centuries of Work in Essex County, Massachusetts, 1630-1850. University of North Carolina Press.
· Warner, William. 1974. Beautiful Swimmers: Crabs, Crabbers, and the Chesapeake Bay. Penquin Books.
· Durrenberger, E. Paul. 1995. Gulf Coast Soundings. University Press of Kansas.
· Griffith, David. 1999. "Exaggerating Environmental Health Risk: The Case of the Toxic Dinoflagellate Pfiesteria." Human Organization 58 (2): 119-127.
· Griffith, David. 1993. Jones's Minimal: Low-Wage Labor in the United States. State University of New York Press.
· Johnson, Jeffrey, and David Griffith. 1996. "Pollution, Food Safety, and the Distribution of Knowledge." Human Ecology 24: 87-108.
· Maril, Robert Lee. 1995. The Bay Shrimpers of Texas. Univeristy Press of Kansas.
· McCay, Bonnnie. 1978. "Systems Ecology, People Ecology, and the Anthropology of Fishing Communities." Human Ecology 6: 397-442.
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