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salmon canning industry

Ernest Dunbar Clark

salmon canning industry

by Ernest Dunbar Clark

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Published by L. Hill in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmon.,
  • Fishery products -- Preservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ernest D. Clark and Ray W. Clough.
    ContributionsClough, Ray William, 1885-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14232967M

    Canneries, Canning Technology, History of Canned Salmon Industry: Cobb, John N. Pacific Salmon Fisheries. Appendix II to the report of U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for Bureau of Fisheries Document No. Washington DC: Government Printing Office. The boiling water canning method is an easy way to get started because the equipment investment is minimal, says Vinton. It’s suitable for acidic foods, like fruit jams and jellies, salsas, tomatoes, and vegetables that have been made more acidic with the addition of vinegar, lemon juice, or citric acid. Pressure canning is for low-acid foods Author: Amy Leibrock.

    Once, the north coast of British Columbia was dotted with cannery villages. Now only a few plants remain. In Gladys Young Blyth’s new history of the nothern salmon canning industry, many remarkable photographs- of the canneries, the fish boats, the workers- provide glimpses of by gone days in an industry that has been of vital significance to the development of the province. This cannery is a direct link to a large part of Alaska’s past – the salmon canning days. Starting in Southeast Alaska in and growing to a peak in with a pack of million cases, the salmon canning industry has had a powerful impact on the economic and sociological development of Alaska as a territory and as a state.

    For several decades following , Washington's salmon-canning industry has depended heavily on the labor of Asian immigrants and Asian Americans, first Chinese cannery men and then Japanese and Filipinos, who clean and pack salmon from the Columbia River north to British Columbia and Alaska. Columbia salmon fisheries, the resulting manuscript was, in Newell's word, "unpublishable" (p. xv). Still, Doyle's papers offer an excellent look at the day-to-day business of salmon canning in the first few decades of this century. The book pro-vides particularly strong glimpses into the industry's tumultuous and.


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Karen Hofstad (Joe Viechnicki/KFSK) Around a century and a half of history told through the ups and downs of the salmon canning industry in Southeast Alaska is the focus of a new book due to be released in May. “Tin Can Country, Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries” is the work of Petersburg resident Karen Hofstad.

A salmon cannery is a factory that commercially cans salmon. It is a fish-processing industry that became established on the Pacific coast of North America during the 19th century, and subsequently expanded to other parts of the world that had easy access to salmon.

2 North America. Native Americans. 3 Cannery workers. First Nations. Additional Physical Format: Online version: DeLoach, D. (Daniel Barton), Salmon canning industry. Corvallis, Oregon State College [] (OCoLC) Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Development of the Pacific Salmon-Canning Industry: A Grown Man's Game by Salmon canning industry book Newell (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. "Newell is probably the world expert on the business history of salmon canning, and she has done an excellent job of linking her great knowledge of that industry to the 'facts' presented in Doyle's notebooks and folders." Lance E.

Davis, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of by: 8. This issue commemorates the heyday of the salmon canning industry from the late s to s with text and more than historic photos.

pages. Review I found myself poring intently over Laurence Freeburn's collection of historical photos To any student of history, the photos are invaluable.5/5(1). Development of the Pacific Salmon-Canning Industry Book Description: Doyle () was founder and first general manager of a major consolidation of packing companies, British Columbia Packers Association (established in ), which became British Columbia Packers Ltd., one of the few pioneer fish-packing companies that remains viable today.

By the end of its first decade of existence inthe salmon canning industry in the Columbia Basin had become an important part of the regional economy.

Some of the fishermen and cannery owners were aware of the collapse of the Atlantic salmon fishery several decades earlier (e.g., Hume ). The history of the canned salmon industry is deeply rooted in the San Francisco Bay and its tributaries.

The first salmon cannery on the Pacific Coast was founded on the Sacramento River in by the Hume brothers. Horse Shoe Red Salmon Cook Book, How To Eat Canned Salmon.

"The Art of Canning Salmon, A Concise Statement of the Process. An excellent treatment of this story can be found in Organizing Asian American Labor: The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, by Chris Friday, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, This book is available at the park library, COVID Resources.

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Souvenir of the 7th annual convention of the National canners' and allied associations, Baltimore, Feb'y 2 to 7,consisting of original articles and statistical data, illustrating the practical development of the various branches of the canning industry and showing the present magnitude of the business; a history of the canning industry, by its most prominent men, ed.

by Arthur I. The Eagle Cliff cannery marks the start of the salmon canning industry that will flourish along the lower Columbia River for the rest of the s before declining in the twentieth century along with the river's once-massive salmon runs.

For centuries the Columbia River teemed with uncountable numbers of salmon. A salmon cannery is a factory that commercially cans is a fish processing industry that pioneered the practice of canning fish in general. It became established on the Pacific coast of North America during the nineteenth century, and subsequently expanded to other parts of the world that had easy access to salmon.

- Salmon canning industry--British Columbia--Pacific Coast--Maps - United States--Pacific Coast. Buy the Hardcover Book The Development of the Pacific Salmon-Canning Industry: A Grown Man's Game by Diane Newell atCanada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The salmon canning industryCited by: 9. More specifically, their roles in developing the salmon-canning industry of the Northwest have been neglected. The career of Robert Deniston Hume on the Rogue River frontier of southwestern Oregon illustrates some of these overlooked aspects of nineteenth-century United States history.

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Alaska’s canned salmon industry grew rapidly at the turn of the 20th century. The competing canneries fought among each other to control the catch, cannery locations, even access to fresh water. After a particularly bruising round of corporate street fighting with its competitors, the largest salmon canner, the Alaska Packers Association (APA), tried a new.

The salmon industry had a meteoric rise, and regardless of someone’s age, race, or social standing, everyone was deeply affected by the impact the industry had on life in Washington state. As time goes on, it becomes more and more difficult to see if there was any real benefit from the salmon and canning industry.

Works Cited. Primary Sources.Special Report on the Salmon Canning Industry of the State of Washington as Relating to the Employment of White Labor, Made by the State Commissioner of Labor, November, Ever since salmon fishing began to develop into one of the foremost industries in the State of Washington, there has been constant agitation against the employment of.Salmon Canneries: British Columbia North Coast not only gives the reader a history of the fishery, but is also replete with black-and-white photographs that illustrate the genesis of the canning industry and the many canneries that processed the valuable catch.

Fast freezing of the fish and modern refrigeration have superseded the earlier.