Today we hear Part 2 of an interview with anthropogist and author Dr. Margaret Willson about her new book, “Woman, Captain, Rebel, The Extraordinary True Story of a Daring Icelandic Sea Captain.”

We’ll take a look at what it was like to commercial fish during the early 1800s in Iceland. People went to sea in open rowboats, clad in woolen clothing with animal skins for protection against the elements, with the fish piling up around their feet as they worked, often in wintry conditions..