3 edition of Fur-Seal Fisheries of Alaska found in the catalog.
Fur-Seal Fisheries of Alaska
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Running title: Fur-seal herd of Alaska. Included, also, in "Hearings before the Committee on expenditures in the Department of commerce Octo and Janu "--p. U.S. May Ease Rules Restricting Alaska Natives From Harvesting Seal Meat: The Salt For decades, the government stood between the Unangan people and the fur .
[xvi] Ward T. Bower, Alaska Fishery and Fur-Seal Industries in , Appendix II to Report of Commissioner of Fisheries for the Fiscal Year (Washington: GPO, ), ; A. Morris Rafn (Bureau of Fisheries), Juneau District Annual Report, , pg. The volume includes pages "Alaska Fishery and Fur-Seal Industries in ", by Ward T. Bower. These reports are chock full of facts and figures. A huge number of tables include such info as "Average annual price per case of 48 1-pound cans of salmon, "; or "Persons engaged, wages paid, and operating units, Alaska Halibut.
Read "Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, in response to the House resolution of the 22d instant, a copy of the report of Henry W. Elliott on the condition of the fur-seal fisheries of Alaska, together with all maps and illustrations a" by United States. Dept. of the Treasury,He. The Bureau of Fisheries refused to grant civil rights to the Pribilovians, believing that they were non-citizens. The islands were a federal reservation, covered by the international fur seal treaty, and controlled from a Seattle office. Profits from the fur seal trade went to .
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Dept. of Commerce and Labor. Division of Alaskan Fisheries, United States. Get this from a library. Fur-seal fisheries of Alaska.: Investigation Report. [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries.].
Alaska's dynamic, often ice-covered seas are home to a remarkable diversity of life—crustaceans, fish, seals, sea lions, porpoises, whales, and more.
Few places in the world offer such beauty and bounty. This region of nearly million square miles includes waters in the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, Chukchi Sea, and.
Check back soon for more updates about the fur seals locations and I’ll let you know when the Saildrone starts the fur seal portion of its Bering Sea mission.
Sleepy northern Fur-Seal Fisheries of Alaska book seal pups waiting on the rookery until their mom returns to feed them. - Photo: Carey Kuhn. Two instrumented northern fur. Get this from a library. The fur-seal and other fisheries of Alaska: investigation.
[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries.; United States. Congress. House]. Condition Of The Fur-seal Fisheries Of Alaska Paperback – September 9, by Henry Wood Elliott (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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In an attempt to stabilize the population and achieve maximum productivity, the governments of Japan, Great Britain (for Canada), Imperial Russia, and the United States met in to form the North Pacific Fur Seal Commission.
This treaty prohibited pelagic (open ocean) seal hunting. Harvesting has been managed by international agreement ever. Title. Report on the Alaskan fur-seal fisheries, By. United States.
Dept. of Commerce and Labor. Lembkey, Walter I. Sims, Edwin Walter, Title. Investigation of the fur-seal and other fisheries of Alaska / Title Variants: Alternative: Fur-seal and other fisheries of Alaska Alternative: Fur-seal fisheries of Alaska Related Titles.
Series: Report / 50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives ; no. The northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) is an eared seal found along the north Pacific Ocean, the Bering Sea, and the Sea of is the largest member of the fur seal subfamily (Arctocephalinae) and the only living species in the genus Callorhinus.A single fossil species, Callorhinus gilmorei, is known from the Pliocene of Japan and western North : Mammalia.
Seal hunting, or sealing, is the personal or commercial hunting of seals. Seal hunting is currently practiced in nine countries and one region of Denmark: United States (above the Arctic Circle in Alaska), Canada, Namibia, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Finland, Sweden, and Greenland.
Most of the world's seal hunting takes place in Canada and Greenland. Report on the Alaskan fur-seal fisheries. $ Free shipping. Seal & Salmon Fisheries & General Resources of Alaska--In Four Volumes $ + $ Shipping. APPLETONS GUIDE-BOOK TO ALASKA, GUIDE COMPLETE WITH ALL MAPS, 2 IN POCKET.
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The Alaska Wildlife Notebook Series is an encyclopedia of Alaska’s wildlife, ranging from little brown bats to blue whales. It is available online and in print form, as a perfect-bound, page black and white book. The Alaska Wildlife Notebook series has long been one of the most popular publications of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Alaska Fisheries and Fur-Seal Industries, toWard T. Bower*** Alaska Fisheries and Fur-Seal Industries: toSeton H. Thompson Alaska Fisheries and Fur-Seal Industries:Seton H. Thompson and Donald W. Erickson Progress Report and Recommendations,Staff of the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Juneau.
Fur industry, fisheries and forestry in Alaska. The most significant fur-bearing animal of Alaska during the Russian period was the fur seal, which was hunted the length of the Pacific coast as far south as San Francisco Bay. Reports by W. Morris, I. Petroff, C. Townsend, F. True, J.
Brice and L. Stejneger on internal resources of Alaska and the fur-seal fisheries of the North Pacific Ocean, with comments on the reports of Townsend, True, and Brice by D. Jordan.Ward T Bower & Henry D.
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For 30 years, Alaska’s northern fur seal population has not increased. But the ocean mammals are appearing in growing numbers at an unlikely place -- Author: VOA Learning English. XIV. FUR-SEAL FISHERIES (Historic Information) Enwrapped in constant summer sea mists, which concealed them almost absolutely from chance observation, the breeding grounds of the Alaskan fur-seal wee finally discovered by a patient and persistent fur-hunter, Gerassim Pribilof, inafter whom the group of four islands is named.This web page is modified from the book Marine Mammals of Alaska by Kate Wynne, illustrated by Pieter Folkens, available at the Alaska Sea Grant Bookstore.
SIZE: Average adult male ft (2 m), – lbs. Average adult female ft ( m), 65– lbs. At birth 2 ft. (m), 11–12 lbs. BODY: Small eared seal with thick fur and disproportionately long hind flippers.Populations of the Steller sea lion have been declining throughout the past few decades, and the species has been placed on the endangered species list as a threatened species.
For more information of the status of this species, visit NOAA Fisheries Alaska Regional Office.