Category Archives: Japanese fishing

Sometimes you don’t get the answers you want

One of the things about doing history is that you get great ideas.  Sometimes those ideas pan out, sometimes they don’t.  One of my fondest great ideas has just been laid to rest, thanks to the courteous efforts of Christian … Continue reading

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Bell Shimada, The Man and The Ship

Sometimes I think, once a newspaper reporter, always a newspaper reporter (or, as my brother Peter would put it, once a nosy person, always a nosy person).  I may officially be a historian, but I still get hooked by stories … Continue reading

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