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Josh Kane

Interview with Josh Kane, a lobsterman in Bar Harbor fishing from Little Cranberry Island. Kane discusses issues with the process of getting his lobster license, as well as the history of the Bar Harbor community and various changes in local fisheries over time. He also makes note of conflict between fishermen and right whale conservationists, and provides very interesting personal insight and perspectives into these issues.






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Suggested citation: Kane, Josh, The First Coast 2019 Oral History Interview, (October, 22nd, 2019), by Galen Koch, X pages, Maine Sound and Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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