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Shute & Merchant 1862 - 1907
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shute & merchant wharf 1892

GLOUCESTER MASSACHUSETTS, IS A CITY WHOSE FISHING INDUSTRY PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND.

IN ADDITION TO THE MEN WHO MANNED THE DORIES, PINKIES AND FISHING SCHOONERS, THERE WERE COMPANIES THAT PROCESSED AND PACKED THE FISH BEFORE IT WAS SOLD.

SHUTE & MERCHANT WAS ONE OF THE MANY FISH BUSINESSES WITH WHARVES ALONG THE HARBOR.


UPDATED ON MARCH 7, 2010 -- NOW WITH EVEN MORE GLOUCESTER AND CAPE ANN STEREOVIEWS

SEPARATED INTO PAGES ON THE QUARRIES, HARBOR AND SCENERY FROM AROUND CAPE ANN (GLOUCESTER, ROCKPORT, LANESVILLE, PIGEON COVE AND ANNISQUAM). --- MANY HISTORIC PHOTOS, ADVERTISING EXAMPLES AND ARTICLES ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE SITE

GENEALOGY PAGES ABOUT MEMBERS OF THE MERCHANT AND SHUTE FAMILIES IS ALSO IN PROGRESS.


CLICKING ON MOST IMAGES WILL REVEAL ADDITIONAL VIEWS AND INFORMATION

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Website created by Mary Palmstrom --- great, great granddaughter of James L. Shute, great, great, grandniece of William T. Merchant and great granddaughter of William T. Shute.