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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Picking crab meat from blue crab for canning.
North Carolina, Davis 1968 June
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Floating crab cannery H. M. PARKS
Alaska, Hoonah
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Floating crab cannery H. M. PARKS
Alaska, Hoonah
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Packing Dungeness crab meat at a Ketchikan cannery
Alaska, Ketchikan
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Disassembled commercial prototype of a crab cleaner-debacker machine developed by the American Scientific Corporation for BCF. The machine will clean and deback approximately 60 crabs per minute. Called CRABMAC II.
1965 October
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Assembled commercial prototype of a crab cleaner-debacker machine developed by the American Scientific Corporation for BCF. The machine will clean and deback approximately 60 crabs per minute. Called CRABMAC II.
1965 October
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Watching CRABMAC II in operation.
1965 October
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John Henry attempting to beat CRABMAC II.
1965 October
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Commercial cannery crab cooking pot.
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Preparing crab for placement on what appears to be a variant of CRABMAC II for cleaning and debacking.
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Cleaned and debacked crab on what appears to be a CRABMAC II.
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Cleaned and debacked crab on what appears to be a CRABMAC II.
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Cleaned and debacked crab on what appears to be a CRABMAC II.
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Picking crab meat at cannery
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Picking crab meat at cannery
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
5815 thumbnail picture
Picking crab meat at cannery
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Picking crab meat at cannery
A Chesapeake Bay cannery 1968 August
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Removing the back shell and stomach contents of dungeness crab at the Point Chehalis Packers plant.
Alaska, Cordova 1968 April
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Point Chehalis Packers processing plant.
Alaska, Cordova 1968 April
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King crab found in Alaskan waters. The USF&WS sent an expedition to investigate the potentialities of the king crab as a source of food for America. They reported that meat from the legs of one full grown king crab will fill 8 cans.
1940 King Crab Expedition
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Cargo of crabs. Packed for shipping, a crab cargo on its way to consumers throughout the Nation.
1940
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How to fillet a flatfish. Position is important. Stand firmly on both feet, 30 degree angle to the table.
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Position is important. Stand firmly on both feet, 30 degree angle to the table.
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Start the cut at this point on the bottom side. C
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Pull the fish to the left as you cut forward. E
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Lift the fillet, cut down with the blade close to the head. G
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Cut forward to complete the cut. H
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish.A sharp knife makes a clean cut. I
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. On a diagonal line, cut straight down to the bone structure. J
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Drive the blade in along the backbone. K
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Pull the fish to the left as you cut forward. L
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Cut over the ribs, not through them. M
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Cut the flesh loose from the spine with the point of the blade. N
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Widen the return cut as the blade approaches the head. O
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Lift the fillet and cut forward. P
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. The blade must be flexible to make a clean cut. Q
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Do not cut into the bones or fins. R
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. The spine is always used as a guide for the head. S
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. The fish should look like this after the fillet is removed. T
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Skin the top and sides of sole fillets. U
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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How to fillet a flatfish. Skin of sole fillet. V
Oregon, Astoria 1946 October
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Cooked fish platter - marketing fish
1960 circa
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Cooked fish platter - marketing fish
1960 circa
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Cooked fish platter - marketing fish. Strange resemblance to cookie platter.
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Fish platters encompassing many species of fish and shellfish designed by Miss Irene Hickey, Home Economics Director, Michigan Consolidated Natural Gas Co., Detroit. Demonstration sponsored by the War Food Administration, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Detroit Wholesale Fish Dealers Association.
Michigan, Detroit 1944 November 30
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Artwork by K. Howe - Technique for filleting fish
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Artwork by K. Howe - Technique for filleting fish
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Artwork - Technique for producing fish steaks
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Artwork by K. Howe - Technique for filleting fish
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Artwork by K. Howe - Technique for filleting fish

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