Author Tags: Fishing
Duncan Stacey worked as a fisherman, tenderman and seaman. He has an M.A. in history from the University of British Columbia.
He is the author of:
Sockeye and Tinplate: Technological Change in the Fraser River Canning Industry, 1871-1912 (Victoria: Royal B.C. Museum, 1982)
Steveston's Cannery Channel: a Social History of the Fishing Community (pamphlet). Township of Richmond, Planning Dept., 1986.
Cork Lines and Canning Lines: The Glory Years of Fishing on the West Coast (Douglas & McIntyre, 1992), with Geoff Meggs.
Salmonopolis: The Steveston Story (Harbour Publishing, 1994). With Susan Stacey.
[BCBW 2004] "Fishing"
Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Cork Lines and Canning Lines: The Glory Years of Fishing on the West Coast