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This report is a review of scientific research done by various organizations involved in the Klamath Reclamation Project to assess the "status and management of coho salmon in the Klamath River and . . . management of Upper Klamath Lake and its...
2017-09-19
2004-10-21
2004-06-16
Packhorse trains were used to carry supplies into the Nada Camp over a six-mile trail.
1938-12-21
2017-09-19
Caption on mount: Fisherman's netrack. Point Ellis, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.27

From John Cobb field notebook: A.P.A. Igegak cannery
2017-09-19
Caption on image: Salmon saltery, Ketchikan, S.E. Alaska.

On verso of image: Clark and Martin's plant. Picture taken in 1897.

In Folder 64
1897-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: Glory of the Seas handling fish on deck. Aug. 19, 1911.

Floating salmon cannery of the Alaska Fish Co.
2017-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: Salmon canneries at Deer Harbor, Wash. G.W. Hume Co. in foreground, Deer Harbor Fisheries Co. in background, 1919
2017-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: Gill netting for king salmon in Dry Straits near Wrangel. June 8, 1908
2017-09-19
On verso of image: Fort Wrangell cannery of Alaska Packers Association, Alaska, showing transporting ship Star of Greenland and cannery tender.
2017-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: A.P.A. saltery at Egushik.

On verso of image: A.P.A. Saltery , Egushik River, Alaska, 1917
2017-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: Semiahmoo cannery, three purse seine boats on ways. Left to right Launch Parrott. 1918
2017-09-19
From John Cobb field notebook: Emptying a lighterload of fish at N.C., Nushagak. 1917.

Possibly the Alaska Packers Association cannery at Clark Point.

Filed in Folder 79
2017-09-19
ill.; Includes bibliographic references
2017-09-19
2008-08-19
2009-01-07
Snake River sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka, listed under U.S. law as endangered in 1991 in response to a decline in anadromous adult numbers, spend their first 1–2 years in Redfish Lake, Idaho, before migrating to the sea. To determine how...
1998-01-01
This report deals with the streams in Area IV Area IV includes all tributaries entering the Columbia River from the south and east in the 120 miles from the Deschutes River up to but not including the Snake River
2017-09-19
Seining for Salmon on Van Dusen Sands near Astoria, Oregon
1937-08-17
Chinook migrants in dividing box near the end of Dryden Ditch
1940-07-14
Bob Rucker at Big White Salmon River Hatchery with 2 spawned out chinooks
1941-10-03
Rock Island Dam left trap in the summer
1938-11-30
Rock Island Dam
1939-07-31
First load of Chinooks and Steelheads at the left (east) trap
1939-05-01
Indian snagging for chinook salmon at Kettle Falls
1935-09-18
Dog salmon spawning in Grays River
1936-10-31
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