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From Wheel House to Counting HouseEssays in Maritime Business History in Honour of Professor Peter Neville Davies$
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Lewis R. Fischer

Print publication date: 1992

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588511

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9780969588511.001.0001

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Do Docks Make Trade?: The Case of the Port of Great Grimsby

Do Docks Make Trade?: The Case of the Port of Great Grimsby

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(p.17) Do Docks Make Trade?: The Case of the Port of Great Grimsby
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From Wheel House to Counting House
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Gordon Jackson

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9780969588511.003.0003

Gordon Jackson’s essay on Grimsby demonstrates how the intertwining of commercial, maritime and civic interests shaped the development of the port over the past two centuries. Tracing the rise, fall, rise, fall and rise of the port of Great Grimsby since 1796, Jackson argues that all ports are only eligible in relation to the ebb and flow of the international economy at specific moments in time.

Keywords:   British Shipping, Shipbuilding, Great Grimsby, Port

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