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Hoffer Jeffrey A. and Others

Published by Prentice Hall (2007)

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From: Eatons Books and Crafts (Owatonna, MN, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Prentice Hall, 2007. Soft cover. Condition: Good. Eighth Edition, softcover, in Good + condition, no stamps or writing, good binding, clean unmarked pages, covers have some scuffing and shelf wear, Pearson International Edition, good shape, ; A-322; A photographic archival history of the evolution of Monterey, California, from its Native American and Spanish Periods to the arrival of the Chinese and the establishment of its fishing industry in the mid 1800s. From early Japanese canning, prior to the turn of the 20th Century, to the establishment of salmon and sardine canning at Monterey and its rise to "Sardine Capital of the World" in World War II. The ecological and sociological lesson in the failure to sustain one of the world's greatest natural resources--the Pacific Sardine. 124 large historical photos from the Hathatway Collection illustrate the evolution of the cannery industry, the fishing and canning processes, the working conditions of the industry's multi-national workforce, and the street (nicknamed "Cannery Row"), the stage for John Steinbeck's most endearing world-renowned fiction. Seller Inventory # 45153

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