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New England Salmon Hatcheries and Salmon Fisheries in the Late 19th Century

by Various Authors

Consisting of the following articles compiled from the Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 1881-1894:
Some Results of the Artificial Propagation of Maine and California Salmon in New England and Canada, Recorded in the Years 1879 and 1880
Sketch of the Penobscot Salmon-Breeding Establishment (1883)
Penning of Salmon in Order to Secure Their Eggs (1884)
Memoranda Relative to Inclosures for the Confinement of Salmon Drawn from Experience at Bucksport, Penobscot River, Maine (1884)
Report on the Schoodic Salmon Work of 1884-85
Methods Employed at Craig Brook Station in Rearing Young Salmonid Fishes (1893)
Notes on the Capture of Atlantic Salmon at Sea and in the Coast Waters of the Eastern States (1894)

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