Maritime Industry (Other Keyword)

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Wolf Creek Boatworks (Crg-346) a Determination of Eligibility (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John T. Autrey.

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Women and Children First: The Archaeology of Motherhood and Childhood on San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Cove (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Teresa D. Bulger.

Popular images of the maritime industry in places like San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Cove often focus on men — whether working on docks or ships, or on land at iron works and carpenter’s shops. Less visible in the historical record of these spaces are the women and children also living, and often working, along the waterfront. Historical research on the neighborhood that bordered Yerba Buena Cove in the late-19th-century suggests that most residences were occupied by families, rather than by...