Jacob Pike is an 83′ x 18′6″ sardine carrier designed by Roy Wallace and built by Newbert & Wallace, Thomaston, Maine, in 1949. For most of her long life, the Jacob Pike carried herring from weirs and seines to sardine factories for processing and canning. Of Maine’s major fisheries, herring was once the largest by far, and in the boom times of the late 1800s canning factories literally built Down East towns like Eastport and Lubec where, before, there had been only wilderness.
Print size is 13″ x 20″ (Each print is signed & numbered by the artist in a limited edition quantity of 95 and includes a hand drawn remarque)
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