Evolution of the Fishing Sector
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The paper compares and contrasts how native-European interaction unfolded vis-a-vis fishing and the paper also looks at the sort of laborers the fishing sector attracted during the period in question in both regions - along with the social tensions, if any, these laborers caused. The paper also devotes a substantial amount of time towards examining the role played by governments in expanding and consolidating the fishing industry in each location and what this appears to say about the capitalist instincts of New England relative to New France (and vice-versa). The paper concludes that it seems evident that New Englanders had much more of an enterprising approach to fishing, whereas New France was more inclined to take its cues - and money - from Paris. The paper explains that for this reason, the exploitation of the Atlantic fisheries by New Englanders during the aforementioned period was locally-driven, while it was propelled onward from overseas by French officials.
From the Paper:"The following paper will look at the evolution of the Atlantic fisheries (the fishing industry, simply put) in New England and New France in the roughly 150 years preceding the outbreak of the Seven Years' War. The paper will compare and contrast how native-European interaction unfolded vis-a-vis fishing and the paper will also look at the sort of laborers the fishing sector attracted during the period in question in both regions - along with the social tensions, if any, these laborers caused."
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