4 edition of The Silver years of the Alaska canned salmon industry found in the catalog.
The Silver years of the Alaska canned salmon industry
Bibliography: p. 167.
|Statement||collected and edited by Laurence Freeburn.|
|Series||Alaska geographic ;, v. 3, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||F901 .A266 vol. 3, no. 4, HD9469.S23 .A266 vol. 3, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||76015228|
Coho (silver) salmon fishing is great during August and September with peak marine catch rates occurring by about mid August and freshwater catch rates peaking mid-September into October. Some popular marine angling spots for coho salmon are the Breadline, North and South Shelter Island, Pt. Retreat, and the western shoreline of Admirlaty island. The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing Co. Friday, Chris. Organizing Asian American Labor. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, Fortuine, Robert. Chills and Fever: Health and Disease in the Early History of Alaska. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, Gibson, James.
Unloading salmon catch, Seattle dock, Courtesy MOHAI () Automated salmon-cleaning machine (sometimes called the "Iron Chink"), Pacific American Fisheries, Bellingham, Photo by Asahel Curtis, Courtesy MOHAI (SHS) Advertisement for canned salmon, Pacific Fisherman, August 1, Asian men working in cannery, Early day salmon seiners, from The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry: An Album of Historical Photos by Laurence Freeburn. Dozens of boats were built by this handful of men and their associates.
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Grilling time. Salmon on a Cedar Plank. A salmon cannery is a factory that commercially cans salmon. It is a fish-processing industry that became established on the Pacific coast of North America during the 19th century, and subsequently expanded to other parts of the world that had easy access to salmon.
2 North America. Native Americans. 3 Cannery workers. First Nations. The Silver Salmon (or Coho) is known for its spunk when hooked. Weighing in at an average of pounds, many anglers will argue that there is no better game fish.
You can be the judge of that at one of these spots to catch Silvers: Alaska's most productive king salmon sportfishery is located right in downtown Anchorage. • “The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry.” Laurence Freeburn editor.
The Alaska Geographic Society. • “Lewis MacDonald’s Alaska Salmon Cannery Chronology, For instance, sockeye salmon bound for a shorter river will be lower in oil content than those headed for a longer river. And some king salmon may be comparable in color to sockeye or less red than silver, etc. Color, from deepest red to lightest red.
Sockeye; King; Silver ; Fat content, from highest to lowest (average per oz/ g serving). Arnold also served on the Alaska Territorial Planning Council from to and from to as the chairman of the federal Salmon Consultant Committee, which made sure that the canned salmon was Alaska's significant contribution to the World War II war effort, especially for meals to the troops.
History in a Can By: Steve Henrikson, Curator of Collections at the Alaska State Museum The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, Freeburn, Laurence.
“The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry.” Alaska Geographic3(4). Anchorge: Alaska Geographic Society. Lorenz, Claudia, Kathryn McKay, et al. “Inthe price for Sockeye salmon in Alaska was well over $2 a pound. By aboutthe price had fallen to 40 cents a pound," says Gunnar Knapp.
How to debone wild Alaska salmon. It's easy to remove the bones from our wild Alaska Salmon fillets. And it takes only a minute or two. Skinning salmon for cooking. Chef Mark Parmely and Tim are preparing to make Cerdar Plank Salmon on the grill.
After deboning, the next step is removing the skin. Grilling time. Salmon on a Cedar : $ This cannery is a direct link to a large part of Alaska’s past – the salmon canning days. Starting in Southeast Alaska in and growing to a peak in with a pack of million cases, the salmon canning industry has had a powerful impact on the economic and sociological development of Alaska as a territory and as a state.
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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game last week released a set of grim salmon forecasts for a half-dozen Southeast rivers, from the Stikine near Wrangell to the Chilkat near Haines.Picking the best time to go salmon fishing in Alaska boils down to knowing your area, weather, and understanding historical fish patterns.
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