The Fisheries of Alaska Volume 1906

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9781230419695: The Fisheries of Alaska Volume 1906

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... The Pacific coast pack of canned salmon.--The table below shows by species and regions the number of cases of salmon packed on the Pacific coast in 1907. The pack has been reduced to a common basis of cases containing 48 1-pound cans. PICKLING. The salmon salteries again had an excellent season. The fish were in fair abundance, while the prices realized fpr the pack were somewhat better than in 1906, which was the first profitable season the salteries had had in five years. The United States Bureau of Education expects to send an experienced salter to its station on Kotzebue Sound next year (1908) in order to instruct the natives in the best and latest methods of pickling salmon, the intention being to market the surplus pack on Puget Sound. As this region has never been exploited commercially, the result will be awaited with interest. Employees.--This year 483 persons (of whom 265 were fishermen, 186 shoresmen, and 32 transporters), an increase of 121 over 1906, were engaged in the pickling industry, over one-half of them employed in southeast Alaska. Employees In The Salmon Pickling Industry In 1907. Investment.--There were 24 salteries (18 in southeast Alaska and 3 each in central and western Alaska), an increase of 4 over 1906. In addition, some of the canneries, and several of the mild-curing plants, also salted their surplus catch, and while the product has been included in the present figures the men and investment could not be separated from the statistics of the other branches of the industry. In wectern Alaska the saltery of Mr. L. A. Pedersen was turned into a cannery. The total investment in the pickled-salmon industry amounted to $309,313, a slight gain over 1906. Vessels, Boats, Apparatus, And Shore Property Employed In The...

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Book Description Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: . The Pacific coast pack of canned salmon.--The table below shows by species and regions the number of cases of salmon packed on the Pacific coast in 1907. The pack has been reduced to a common basis of cases containing 48 1-pound cans. PICKLING. The salmon salteries again had an excellent season. The fish were in fair abundance, while the prices realized fpr the pack were somewhat better than in 1906, which was the first profitable season the salteries had had in five years. The United States Bureau of Education expects to send an experienced salter to its station on Kotzebue Sound next year (1908) in order to instruct the natives in the best and latest methods of pickling salmon, the intention being to market the surplus pack on Puget Sound. As this region has never been exploited commercially, the result will be awaited with interest. Employees.--This year 483 persons (of whom 265 were fishermen, 186 shoresmen, and 32 transporters), an increase of 121 over 1906, were engaged in the pickling industry, over one-half of them employed in southeast Alaska. Employees In The Salmon Pickling Industry In 1907. Investment.--There were 24 salteries (18 in southeast Alaska and 3 each in central and western Alaska), an increase of 4 over 1906. In addition, some of the canneries, and several of the mild-curing plants, also salted their surplus catch, and while the product has been included in the present figures the men and investment could not be separated from the statistics of the other branches of the industry. In wectern Alaska the saltery of Mr. L. A. Pedersen was turned into a cannery. The total investment in the pickled-salmon industry amounted to $309,313, a slight gain over 1906. Vessels, Boats, Apparatus, And Shore Property Employed In The. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230419695

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Book Description Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: . The Pacific coast pack of canned salmon.--The table below shows by species and regions the number of cases of salmon packed on the Pacific coast in 1907. The pack has been reduced to a common basis of cases containing 48 1-pound cans. PICKLING. The salmon salteries again had an excellent season. The fish were in fair abundance, while the prices realized fpr the pack were somewhat better than in 1906, which was the first profitable season the salteries had had in five years. The United States Bureau of Education expects to send an experienced salter to its station on Kotzebue Sound next year (1908) in order to instruct the natives in the best and latest methods of pickling salmon, the intention being to market the surplus pack on Puget Sound. As this region has never been exploited commercially, the result will be awaited with interest. Employees.--This year 483 persons (of whom 265 were fishermen, 186 shoresmen, and 32 transporters), an increase of 121 over 1906, were engaged in the pickling industry, over one-half of them employed in southeast Alaska. Employees In The Salmon Pickling Industry In 1907. Investment.--There were 24 salteries (18 in southeast Alaska and 3 each in central and western Alaska), an increase of 4 over 1906. In addition, some of the canneries, and several of the mild-curing plants, also salted their surplus catch, and while the product has been included in the present figures the men and investment could not be separated from the statistics of the other branches of the industry. In wectern Alaska the saltery of Mr. L. A. Pedersen was turned into a cannery. The total investment in the pickled-salmon industry amounted to $309,313, a slight gain over 1906. Vessels, Boats, Apparatus, And Shore Property Employed In The. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230419695

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