2 edition of guide to the Alaska Packers Association records, 1891-1970 in the Alaska Historical Library found in the catalog.
guide to the Alaska Packers Association records, 1891-1970 in the Alaska Historical Library
by Alaska Dept. of Education, Division of State Libraries and Museums in Juneau, Alaska
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Phyllis DeMuth and Michael Sullivan.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Michael., Alaska Historical Library., Alaska. Division of State Libraries and Museums.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records The Alaska Packers Association records document the history of one of the most dominant forces in the commercial fishing industry in Alaska and the Puget Sound from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth century. The Alaska State Archives offers insights into the history of Alaska through the myriad records located on its shelves. If you would like to discover a long lost relative, research an Alaskan business, delve into the history behind a legislative bill, or expand your understanding of a moment in Alaska's history, then the State Archives is a.
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The book is essentially a kind of historical catalog of all the large vessels owned, chartered, or otherwise managed by the Alaska Packers Association from until Replete with black-and-white photos, the book is neatly organized according to the relationship each vessel had with the association and then by ship : Donald H. Dyal. Alaska State Library Historical Collections Alaska Packers Association records, ms 9 acquisition Booklist to support Reading for Pleasure The Best Book Guide for Children and Young Adults documents/library Going for a walk in the world: The Experience of Aikido.
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Juneau: Alaska Department of Education, Division of State Libraries and Museums,67 pp., photographs. An invaluable inventory of the holdings of APA material in the state historical library. A guide to the Alaska Packers Association records,in the A Alaska Historical Library.
Not In Library. Last spring I went to Bellingham’s Center for Pacific Northwest Studies to look through the archives of the Alaska Packers Association (APA), the largest of Bristol Bay’s historic salmon canners.
Among other things, they had several boxes of 4 by 6 inch cards: the company’s records of their Bristol Bay fishermen from to The Alaska Packers' Association (APA) was a San Francisco based manufacturer of Alaska canned salmon founded in and sold in As the largest salmon packer in Alaska, the member canneries of APA were active in local affairs, and had considerable political influence.
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The Alaska Packers Association records, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, DeMuth, Phyllis & Sullivan, Michael, A Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records(Juneau, Alaska: Alaska Department of Education Division of State Libraries and Museums, July ).
From the description of Alaska Packers Association records, (Alaska State Library). WorldCat record id: From the s through the s, the Alaska Packers Association (APA) comprised a dominant force in the fishing industry of the Pacific Northwest.
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“Wigwam Brand” salmon tin, packed by the Baranoff Packing Company at “Redutsky Lake” Alaska. The company operated at Redoubt Lake, near Sitka, from untilwhen it moved to Redfish Bay (on southern Baranoff Island).
The company ceased operations inwhen it was dismantled by the Alaska Packers Association. Sullivan, Michael and Phyllis DeMuth. "A Guide to the Alaska Packers Association Records " Alaska Department of Education, Division of State Libraries and Museums.
Juneau, AK, July, Strickland, Dan. "Egegik!" Alaska Magazine. Vol. 62, May/June, "The Official Story of Canned Salmon in the Army," Pacific Fisherman Yearbook.
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