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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Processing whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries (heads being removed)
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing H & G whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Packing H & G whiting in unlabeled cartons at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Packing line (H & G whiting) at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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H &G whiting ready for shipment to freezer at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Whiting tagging (probably on ALBATROSS III)
Massachusetts offshore 1958 July 17
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Part of a 10,000 pound load of salmon arriving at Anchorage from Bethel for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products Plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Salmon is processed by hand at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant in Anchorage.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Air shipped salmon in-the-round being off-loaded at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Silver salmon in-the-round are air shipped from Bethel to Anchorage for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Off-loading a charter load (about 10,000 pounds) of salmon at Anchorage for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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The Alaskan Frozen Products plant in Anchorage where salmon-in-the-round are air shipped from the remote catch areas to be hand processed and air shipped to Japanese and European capitals.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Salmon
1967 October
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Salmon
4814 thumbnail picture
Chinook salmon (Onchorhynchus tshawytscha) . The chinook salmon spends most of its life in the ocean, but comes into fresh waters to spawn and die. While there is a run every year, the life span of each generation is about four years. Although the average weight is much less, these fish may attain a weight of over 50 pounds. Specimen from Columbia River.
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Chinook salmon
4816 thumbnail picture
Salmon
4817 thumbnail picture
Red salmon, or sockeye, adult male (Onchorhynchus nerka)
4818 thumbnail picture
Dog salmon or chum salmon (Onchorhynchus keta).
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Pink salmon in a spawning creek
Alaska Southeast
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Chum salmon in spawning colors
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Adult male silver or coho salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch)
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Cleaning salmon at the Bumble Bee Co.
Oregon, Astoria 1969 September
4823 thumbnail picture
Unloading salmon from fishing vessel at the Bumble Bee Co.
Oregon, Astoria 1969 September
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A small squid in a sample dish.
4825 thumbnail picture
Salmon on the pier
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Dog salmon spawning in stream at the head of Hood Bay.
Alaska, Admiralty Island
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Salmon being transferred from small boat to large boat on which they are iced and hauled to cannery.
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Red salmon caught by Aleut natives being dried out later consumption.
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Attu Island
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Loading fresh packed salmon in the cargo bay of a commercial airliner.
Oregon, Portland International Airport 1969 September
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Salmon jumping falls at Brooks Falls
Alaska, Brooks Falls
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Salmon culture facility in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
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Chinook salmon spawning activity in Marsh Creek, Middle Fork Salmon River drainage near Stanley, Idaho.
Idaho, near Stanley 1960 August 8
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Hand cleaning silver salmon at the Alaska Frozen Products plant at Anchorage. Fish are individually frozen, boxed and air shipped to Japan and European capitals.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Sockeye salmon smolt
Washington, Icicle Creek 1967 December 1
4835 thumbnail picture
Sockeye salmon smolt
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Salmon seiners laying-to, waiting for fish to show.
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August
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Brailing with the net. This brail contained 20 to 30 salmon and a ton of jellyfish.
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August
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Salmon troller
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August
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Spawned out sockey salmon drifted on riffle.
Alaska, Auke Lake, Lake Creek
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Buying scows and boats, cannery tenders, and salmon seiners.
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August
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Sockeye salmon in spawning colors.
Alaska, Southeast
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Pink salmon in spawning colors
Alaska, Southeast
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Spawning pair of sockeye salmon
Alaska, Cultus Lake
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King chinook salmon jumping at falls near middle fish ladder, Rook Island Dam.
Oregon, Columbia River
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Silver salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch)
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Silver salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch) from original drawing by S. F. Denton from a specimen caught at St. Michaels, Alaska. Specimen collected by E. W. Nelson. This salmon is commonly called coho salmon.
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Pink salmon (Onchorhynchus gorbuscha) drawn by G. Sundstrom.
1948 October
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Pink salmon (Onchorhynchus gorbuscha) drawn by G. Sundstrom.
1948 October
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A sample of whitefish from interior Alaska. There were 22 fish received from Birch Lake, ranging in length from 12 inches to 17 inches, with an average of 14.8 inches. The weight ranged from 510 to 1561 grams, with an average of 996 grams ( 2.2 pounds). The fish were supplied by the Alaska Department of Fisheries.

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