(6:56 min.) (23 of 24) 23 Cannery runs
A ship would take up the crews and the empty cans in the spring. Filipino workers were in the majority. In the fall, the cannery workers and the fish would come back. The Swedish fishermen were...
Aerial of oil holding tanks and oil tanker docked at terminal, TN Northern Lion is protested against by commercial fishermen who are concerned that a foreign registered tanker would not be responsible for an oil spill- Alyeska Terminal, Valdez.
Colonists from Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation's Matanuska Valley Colony netting salmon in Cook Inlet, Alaska. From verso: "Colonists netting salmon in Cook Inlet, 1936." Photographer: Almer J. Peterson.
Dr. Ira Gabrielson, Doyle Tripp, and Thompson, another Fish and Wildlife employee; from an album of photographs taken during a reconnaissance trip to Alaska with Gabrielson, director of the Fish and Wildlife Service
Driftnet boat brings in sample catch of fish to check for oil contamination. Not allowed to fish because of mousse and oil debris found in their fishing waters caused by the Exxon Valdez - Kenai Boat Harbor (Cook Inlet).