Fishing

Men Working at the Hoonah Crab Cannery
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Fishing
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Wilbur Pratt (front) working on crab.
Hoonah Crab Cannery Workers
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L- Betty Murphy, possibly Nellie Hansen and Alice Erickson
Hoonah Crab Cannery Ladies at Work
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Fishing
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L to R- Nancy St. Clair, Violette Mayeda, Gertrude Wright, Alice Johnnie
FV Nuisance III Hoonah and Floatplane
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Fishing
Fish Drying on Racks Down at the Docks of Hoonah
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"Drying fish on waterfront" (fish racks filled with fish next to pilings and dock.)
Fish Trap
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Fish Trap at Hoonah
Fishing Vessel Yukon
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People and Places, Fishing
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Left to Right: Unknown (on other boat), Johnny Wise (sitting), Gilbert Mills (standing), Nick Marvin (standing), Carl Marvin, Frank Jackson
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This article was published in the Pacific Fisherman, November, 1936 and documents the canned salmon industry's contribution to the welfare of Alaska.
Patricia Mae Fishing Vessel Painting
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The fishing vessel Patricia Mae was made by Sitka boat builder Andrew Hope in 1947 for John Young. It was later renamed the NEKA QUEEN.
Herring Egg Fishing George Lindoff, James Jack and George Martin
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