Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Maryland's got crabs

Since the mid 1800's, Maryland Blue crabs have been caught commercially in the Chesapeake Bay area. "Chesapeake" is a Susquehanock word meaning "great shellfish bay." Undoubtedly native peoples led European settlers to some of the best places to catch crabs. Early treaties always included provisions for the rights of Native Americans for "Hunting, Crabbing, Fowling, and Fishing."

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