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The Alaska Packers Association records document the history of one of the most dominant forces in the commercial fishing industry in Alaska and the Puget Sound from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth century. The bulk of...

Caption on mount: F. M. Warren Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.52

2 p. Article detailing the salmon fishing industry on the Columbia River, including providing details on salmon spawning and the use of fish wheels. The use of Chinese, Scandinavian, and Russian immigrants in the fishing and canning is described....
1896-09-19
Established in 1873 by J.S. Megler.

Caption on mount: J.G. Megler and Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

The collection documents the interests and activities of Pacific American Fisheries, Inc (PAF), one of the largest processors of Pacific Salmon in the world. PAF conducted salmon canning operations on Puget Sound and in Alaska between...

Caption on mount: McGowan's Cannery, Chinook, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.46

Established in 1873 by J.S. Megler.

PH Coll 293.55

Caption on mount: J.G. Megler and Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

Caption on mount: Knappton Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.45

Established in 1873 by J.S. Megler.

Caption on mount: J.G. Megler and Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.56

Established in 1873 by J.S. Megler.

PH Coll 293.53

Caption on mount: J.G. Megler and Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

Caption on mount: B.A. Seaborg's Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.49

Site of the first salmon cannery established in the Pacific Northwest in 1865 by William Hume.

PH Coll 293.44...

Caption on mount: Eureka Packing Company, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.42

Caption on mount: Pillar Rock Packing Company. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.48

Galen Biery, a longtime employee of Pacific American Fisheries, was one Bellingham, Washington’s best-known local historians. The Biery Papers comprise subject files, scrapbooks, newspapers, audio and visual materials, maps and...

Caption on mount: North Shore Cannery

PH Coll 293.47

This is a collection includes assorted scrapbooks relating to the Pacific Northwest, Whatcom county, Bellingham, Lynden as well as information relating to local families and individuals. This collection also consists of twelve photo...

The Southwestern Alaska Cannery logbooks, spanning the period 1918-1950, document the daily work accomplished by various fishing crews working for canneries in Alaska.; The Squaw Harbor Cannery was located on Unga Island, one of the...

Caption on mount: Mess' Hapgood and Co.'s Cannery, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.43

Papers of Edward Allen, an attorney, fisheries expert, and commissioner of the International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission.; Edward Weber Allen (1885-1976) was an attorney from Seattle, Washington, who specialized in fisheries...

Caption on mount: B.A. Seaborg and Co.'s Cannery. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.51

Caption on mount: B.A. Seaborg and Co.'s Cannery, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.50

Photographs made by John W. Tollman and Frank H. Canaris depicting canneries and salmon fishing along the Washington side of the Columbia River in the 1890s.; Frank Canaris; Frank Henry Canaris was born in Prussia on February 4, 1854, and...

These are the personal and professional papers of former Western Washington University history professor August Carl Radke. The collection includes correspondence, speeches, class notes and student files as well as research materials...

The collection documents Native American fishing rights in the Pacific Northwest with reports, correspondence, and published materials, especially with regard to United States vs. Washington State Civil Case 9213.; Keith A. Murray was...

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