- Title Pages
- 1 “Delightfully Situated on a Healthy Hill”: The Port of Portland before the Civil War
- 2 Black Fades to Green on the Waterfront: Nineteenth-Century Social, Racial, and Ethnic Change
- 3 A Mixed Blessing: Portland at the Turn of the Twentieth-Century
- 4 Lost Strikes and Union Affiliation: Early Twentieth-Century Labor Militancy Alongshore
- 5 Apex of the Union and Catholic Hierarchical Influence
- 6 Longshore Culture and the Decline of the Port of Portland in the Mid- to Late Twentieth Century
- Conclusion: The Port of Portland in the Twenty-First Century and Its Maritime Future
- Appendix A Portland Town
- Appendix B Day of the Clipper
- Appendix C PLSBS Retirement List as of January 1983
- Appendix D Oral Histories
- Appendix E Longshore Nicknames
- Appendix F Membership Levels of the Portland Longshoremen's Benevolent Society
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