Traditional Smoked Fish on Grand Manan with Sharon Greenlaw

Sharon Greenlaw, a descendant of Passamaquoddy ancestors, a student of Passamaquoddy history, talks about the traditional smoked fish that Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick was known for. The island today is left with restored smokehouses used in the 1900s to line and smoke fish. Thumbnail photo from Tides Institute & Museum of Art “Stringing Herring on Grand Manan, 1899.

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Photo from a published article, “Grand Manan” by William I. Cole, appeared in The New England Magazine of June, 1899″