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Photos: Boston's Last Clamdiggers

Raking the beaches with clammer John Denehy and his crew
By DEREK KOUYOUMJIAN  |  July 13, 2011

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This expedition took place on a balmy summer day, but during the winter, diggers may have to break through ice to fetch their catch.

READ: "Shucking fit: Are Logan Airport pollution and Massport indifference killing Boston's proud clam-digging tradition?," by Chris Faraone

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