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Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records

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Title Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records
Subject Salmon
fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources. Salmon
Fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources--Maps. Salmon
fisheries--Alaska--History--Sources--Photographs. Salmon
fisheries--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources. Salmon
fisheries--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources. Salmon canning
industry--Pacific Coast (U.S.)--History--Sources. Salmon canning
industry--Alaska--History--Sources. Salmon canning
industry--Alaska--History--Sources--Maps. Salmon canning
industry--Alaska--History--Sources--Photographs. Salmon canning
industry--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources. Salmon canning
industry--Washington (State)--Puget Sound--History--Sources--Maps. Fishery law and
legislation--United States--History--Sources. Fishery law and
legislation--Alaska--History--Sources. Indians of
North America--Land Tenure--History--Sources. Indians of
North America--Fishing Law and Legislation--History--Sources. Alaska. Washington
(State). Architectural
Drawings. Maps. Photographs. Fisheries and
Wildlife Native Americans
Description 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 the records span from 1890 through 1974, documenting the growth of the industry, its technological and economic development, the geographic expansion of the salmon trade, and labor conditions. The records include administrative and...
Publisher Center for Pacific Northwest
Date 1841-1989
Type collection
Language English.
Coverage 1841-1989

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