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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Remains of dock and seawall damaged at Woods Hole BCF Biological Laboratory by Hurricane Carol. ALBATROSS III is the vessel to the right of the pier. See image fizh1303 to see the vessel breaking loose.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1954
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Main dock damaged at Woods Hole BCF Biological Laboratory by Hurricane Carol.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1954
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Main dock damaged at Woods Hole BCF Biological Laboratory by Hurricane Carol.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1954
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Summer camp of Little Diomede eskimos.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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King Island eskimos at summer camp
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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King Islanders carving ivory beneath the skin-covered umiaks on the beach at Nome where they have a summer camp.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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King Islanders carving ivory beneath the skin-covered umiaks on the beach at Nome where they have a summer camp.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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Chief of the King Island eskimos at Nome with ivory carving tools.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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Eskimo boy and girl with fur-trimmed parkas.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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A King Island councilman at Nome.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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Emma Willoya, who operated a sewing coop, producing a seal skin, fur-trimmed parka.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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King Islanders carving ivory beneath the skin-covered umiaks on the beach at Nome where they have a summer camp.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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King Islanders carving ivory beneath the skin-covered umiaks on the beach at Nome where they have a summer camp.
Alaska, Nome 1950 circa
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Scenes during the construction of the F/V ALEUTIAN CASTLE. Probably saw service as a crab fishing vessel.
1968 Cotober
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Art - The inland alewife or skipjack (Clupea chrysochloris)
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Alewives in Burnham Harbor. Although the photo is undated, it is probable that these dead alewife were part of the great alewife die-off of June, 1967. Rapid temperature changes encountered by the fish in lake waters, a fungus, and blue-green algae were all listed as possible causes of the die-off but no one cause was singled out.
Illinois, Chicago 1967 June
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White streaks are dead alewives on Lake Michigan, part of the great die-off of June, 1967.
Illinois, Chicago 1967 June
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Art - Alewife (Pomolobus pseudoharengus)
Illinois, Chicago 1967 June
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Cleaning dead alewife off Chicago shoreline following great die-off of June, 1967.
Massachusetts, Essex 1947 circa
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Alewife fishing - Alewives trapped in wire enclosure in a pond in the brook and are dipped into the unloading box as needed. Farther south in their range, alewives are known as river herring.
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife fishing - Catch of alewives off F/V MUNDY POINT
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Alewife fishing - Brailing fish into hold of F/V MUNDY POINT
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife fishing - Brailing fish into hold of F/V MUNDY POINT
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife fishing - Air suction hose for unloading alewives from boats at Haynie Cannery.
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife fishing - Boats waiting to unload at Haynie Cannery
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife canning - Revolving drum used to wash and scale alewives. Coke bottle tops are fastened to side of drum to remove scales.
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife research - Cable meter for measuring depth of net on board VIMS ferryboat LANGLEY
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife research - Setting experimental mid-water trawl from VIMS ferryboat LANGLEY
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife fishing - Manual packing of alewives in cans. Tails will be cut off by a revolving disc and sent to reduction plant.
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife fishing - Air suction hose for unloading alewives from boats at
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Alewife research - Setting experimental mid-water trawl from VIMS ferryboat LANGLEY
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife research - Setting experimental mid-water trawl from VIMS ferryboat LANGLEY
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife fishing - Ready to brail fish from pound net into hold of F/V MUNDY POINT
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 April
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Shad research - James A. Bristow setting shad drift gill net.
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Shad research - Drift gill net for shad
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife research - Researcher Ernest Warriner checking salinometer during VIMS project on Potomac River
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May
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Alewife research - Setting otter trawl net from VIMS ferry boat LANGLEY
Virginia, Potomac River 1968 May

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