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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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St. Paul, Kodiak Island, AK, 1892.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1892
3601 thumbnail picture
Village, Neah Bay, WA
Neah Bay, Washington 1889 ca.
3602 thumbnail picture
Village, Alert Bay, BC, ethnology, 1892.
Canada, Alert Bay, British Columbia 1892
3603 thumbnail picture
Old church, Atka, AK.
Alaska, Atka Island, Aleutian Islands 1892 ca.
3604 thumbnail picture
Atka mackerel, Atka, AK, 1893.
Alaska, Atka Island, Aleutian Islands 1893
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Village, Bering Island, 1892.
Russia, Bering Island, Bering Sea 1892
3606 thumbnail picture
Natives, Bering Island, 1892.
Russia, Bering Island, Bering Sea 1892
3607 thumbnail picture
Sperm whale head, Bering Island, 1892.
Russia, Bering Island, Bering Sea 1892
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Interior of church Atka, AK.
Alaska, Atka Island, Aleutian Islands 1892 ca.
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Sod houses, ethnology, Alert, AK, 1892.
Canada, Alert Bay, British Columbia 1892
3610 thumbnail picture
Dog sled, Bering Island, 1892.
Russia, Bering Island, Bering Sea 1892
3611 thumbnail picture
Governor, Bering Island, 1892.
Russia, Bering Island, Bering Sea 1892
3612 thumbnail picture
Sea otter skins, Unalaska, 1892.
Unalaska, Alaska 1892
3613 thumbnail picture
AK scenery, 1892.
Alaska 1892
3614 thumbnail picture
Port of sealing fleet at Sand Point, Shumagin Islands, AK, 1893.
Sand Point, Shumagin Islands, Alaska 1893
3615 thumbnail picture
Sitka, AK, settlements and buildings, 1889.
Sitka, Alaska 1889
3616 thumbnail picture
Dolly Varden trout (Salvelinus malma Walbaum), steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
1889 ca.
3617 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealing, Bering Sea, mammary glands, 1894.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1894
3618 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealer Dora S, 1895.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1895
3619 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealer, Anni E. Point, 1895.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1895
3620 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealing boats, Victoria, BC, 1895.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 1895
3621 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealing, position of fleet in Victoria Harbor, BC, 1894.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 1894
3622 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealer, Unalaska, AK, 1895.
Unalaska, Alaska 1895
3623 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealer, Bering Sea, boarded by Albatross boat, collecting statistics, 1895.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1895
3624 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealer E.B. Marin, 1895.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1895
3625 thumbnail picture
Italian fisherman mending nets at San Francisco, CA, 1891.
San Francisco, California 1891
3626 thumbnail picture
Italian fishing feluccas at dock,and net drying, San Francisco, CA, 1891.
San Francisco, California 1891
3627 thumbnail picture
Italian fishing feluccas at dock, San Francisco, CA, 1891.
San Francisco, California 1891
3628 thumbnail picture
Sea lion zalophus, Monterey, CA.
California, Monterey 1891 ca.
3629 thumbnail picture
Pelagic sealing, sealing canoe with outfit and catch Dora Sherward.
Alaska, Bering Sea 1895
3630 thumbnail picture
Sturgeon, Ryder, 1888.
1888
3631 thumbnail picture
Dorsal aspect of young sturgeon.
1888
3632 thumbnail picture
Sturgeon heads.
1888
3633 thumbnail picture
Sturgeon, 8 feet long, 1888.
1888
3634 thumbnail picture
Sturgeon, 1888.
1888
3635 thumbnail picture
Native method of drying salmon, Unalaska, AK.
Unalaska, Alaska 1895 ca.
3636 thumbnail picture
Purse seine operation from 1940. Much manpower was needed to pull the net after the school of fish was surrounded.
3637 thumbnail picture
Purse seine nets are now larger and can be hauled by power blocks installed in aluminum purse seine boats. Fewer crewmen are needed to compact the school, after which the fish are pumped aboard the carrier vessel.
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Peruvian fishmeal in a warehouse in Port Hueneme, California. In 1970, the United States was the largest importer of fish products in the world.
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Breading shrimp in a Southeast Atlantic plant. The processing industry has developed many new convenience products, like breaded shrimp and fish sticks .
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Chart showing difference between saturated fat molecule below, and above is a polyunsaturated fat molecule. The two main features that distinguish fish oil from other animal fats are the unusually long fatty acid chains in fish oil and their high degree of unsaturation.
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A BCF home economist is testing a new industry-developed batter for preparing fried fish.
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A taste panel records its reactions to a new fishery product. These trained observers rate the elements that determine whether the product is of high quality and will appeal to consumers.
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New appetizing fishery products have become available in recent years. At the BCF Gloucester Technological Laboratory, shrimp from Maine are prepared with sauce and attractively packaged.
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Breaded, cooked fish sticks are being packaged before freezing. the consumer only has to warm the sticks in an oven. Frozen fishery products are now sold in a dazzling variety of forms, and are second to canned products in the U. S. edible fishery supply.
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Laboratory research in fishery food science leads to better handling, processing , marketing, and home preparation of fishery products - as well as changes in products to meet changing consumer preferences.
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An engineer at the Gloucester Technological Laboratory tests newly developed plastic container for shipping iced fresh fish long distances. Elaborate tests are required to determine the merits of an innovation before it is released to industry.
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A technician is packaging fish fillets in a plastic container for demonstration shipping tests. Ice will be added before the container is sealed.
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Fishery food scientists carry out research to find the best means of retaining color, as well as taste, during storage of frozen fish. Sample at right treated with corn syrup solids; sample in center (retaining color) treated with EMQ ( ethoxyquinoline), sample on left frozen and lost color.
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Capturing a sperm whale, third quarter, 19th century. The early origin of the reduction industry that produces fish meal and oil lies in the extinct U.S. whaling industry that reached its peak during the 19th Century.

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