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Salmon-Fishing By Machinery On The Columbia River

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Identifier ORU_WTXT_020,117
Title Salmon-Fishing By Machinery On The Columbia River
Description Brief article detailing the use of fishing wheels for catching salmon on the Columbia River. Most of the page is taken up by a drawing of a fishing boat equipped with a fishing wheel. The drawing shows four men on the boat who are pulling the fish from the wheel and stacking them on the deck of the boat. Three people stand watching on the banks of the river. Cliffs and mountains are visible in the background. 1
Relation Rogers, W. A. Salmon-fishing by machinery on the Columbia River. Harper's Weekly v. 43 (October 14 1899) p. 1052. University of Oregon Libraries Print Version Available
Subject Salmon; Fishing; Fishing & hunting gear; Fishing industry; Fishing boats; Rivers; Cliffs; Mountains; Salmon; Fishing; Fisheries -- Equipment and supplies; Fisheries; Rivers; Mountains; Columbia River; Journal Article;
Creator Rogers, W. A. Rogers, W. A.
Publisher New York, Harper's Magazine Co. University of Oregon Libraries
Date 1899-10-14
Coverage 19th century
Rights This item is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
Language English
Type Text

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