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Roy Clow tells stories of the Georgetown Exhibition, showing cattle and the brawls that broke out between Gerogetown and Lower Montague. He then goes on to speak of metal working and repairs of cast iron goods and how he arrived in the fishing business. Roy Talks about how he paid $72 for his boat, and made his own gear, along with prices pre and post WWII. Mr. Clow then tells tales of prohibition and the bootleggers of his youth, stories of rum runners avoiding the federal officers with the help of the locals, and drinking at an early age.
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Georgetown, PE; Montague, PE; Murray Harbour, PE
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