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

PH Coll 293.44...

Caption on mount: Pound boat returning with salmon. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.20

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...

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

Caption on mount: Fisherman seining, Chanook, W'n. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.1

Caption on image: Salmon fishing.

Caption on mount: Taking salmon out of pond net on the Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.10

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

Caption on image: A salmon packet. Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.23

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

PH Coll 293.43

1 map ; 42 x 47 cm. Depths shown by soundings in feet made in July and August, 1883. "Sheet no. 1." Symbols used to indicate the location of fish traps in Baker's Bay at the mouth of the Columbia River. Also shows canneries, wharves, lighthouse,...
1888-09-21

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...

206 p. In the Western Water Policy Review Act of 1992, Congress charged the President with reviewing and reporting on federal activities in the west that affect the allocation and use of water resources. The legislation directed the Western Water...
1997-08-01
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

206 p. In the Western Water Policy Review Act of 1992, Congress charged the President with reviewing and reporting on federal activities in the west that affect the allocation and use of water resources. The legislation directed the Western Water...
1997-08-01
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...

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...

Only portions of issues of The Water Report are available in the Klamath Waters Digital Library. Includes bibliographic references. See the full report at http://www.thewaterreport.com/.
2005-01-15
2008-07-25
2006-06-13
Executive Summary The Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST) convened a panel of experts on stream temperature and fish ecology on October 5-6, 2000 for a scientific workshop on human influences on stream temperature and responses...

2008-03-27
2005-08-15
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