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Report on sealing in the Pribilof Islands, 1967.

Elizabeth Simpson

Report on sealing in the Pribilof Islands, 1967.

by Elizabeth Simpson

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Published by World Federation for the Protection of Animals in Zürich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pribilof Islands (Alaska),
  • Alaska,
  • Pribilof Islands.
    • Subjects:
    • Sealing industry -- Alaska -- Pribilof Islands.,
    • Pribilof Islands (Alaska)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 8.

      StatementFotos: Peter Simpson.
      ContributionsWorld Federation for the Protection of Animals.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH363 .S5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination8 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4055696M
      LC Control Number79439072

        But in the Aleutian and Pribilof islands, people are relying less on the land and sea and more on their local store. A new cookbook captures the legacy of . Report on the Prybilov Group, or Seal Islands, of Alaska ()‎ (55 F) T The Fur Seals and Other Life of the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, in ‎ (65 F).

        [Gentry, ] This book contains very detailed information about the ecology and behavior of Callorhinus ursinus, the northern fur seal. Information provided in this book is based on the long-term study of northern fur seals on several islands in the Bering Sea (e.g., Pribilof Islands, Bogoslof Island, St. Matthew Island, etc.). Binder's title: Report of fur-seal investigations pt. 1. The history, condition, and needs of the herd of fur seals resorting to the Pribilof islands by David Starr Jordan and George Archibald Clark.

      Memory: Oral Histories on the Lost Villages of the Aleutians, a report to the National Park Service, The Aleutian Pribilof Islands Restitution Fund, and the Ounalashka Corporation, introduced and edited by Raymond Hudson, Additional interviews and conversations are recorded in the notes. Archival Collections Alaska State Library. Saint Paul is the largest of the Pribilof Islands and lies the farthest north. With a width of mi ( km) at its widest point and a length of mi ( km) on its longest axis (which runs from northeast to southwest), it has a total area of 43 sq mi ( km 2).Volcanic in origin, Saint Paul features a number of cinder cones and volcanic craters in its interior.


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Get this from a library. Report on the Seal Islands of Alaska. [Henry Wood Elliott; United States. Census Office.] -- Results of author's observations of fur seals, sea lions and walrus on Pribilof Islands,and Commander Islands, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Riley, Francis.

Fur seal industry of the Pribilof Islands, Washington, U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Henry Wood Elliott () was a renowned naturalist and an accomplished artist. Inhe was sent to the Alaska territory by the U.S. Treasury department to report on the fur-seal harvest on the Pribilof Islands.

He lived on one of the islands and conducted his own study of the animals. Keenly observant and with an artist's eye, he recorded what he saw in both his journals and his artwork. Search Results for "report-on-the-condition-of-the-fur-seal-fisheries-of-the-pribylov-islands-in" The Fur Seals and Other Life of the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, in Wilfred Hudson Osgood,Edward Alexander Preble,George Howard Parker — Animals.

Report of the Special Agents of the House Committee of Expenditures in the Department of Commerce, upon the Condition of the Fur-Seal Herd of Alaska and the Conduct of the Public Business on the Pribilof Islands First and only edition. Seemingly the author's copy, with added documentation and his own original illustrated wrappers, subsequently inscribed on the title page, "For Judge Cooper.

Title. Report on the seal islands of Alaska, By. Elliott, Henry Wood, United States. Census Office., 10th Census. the Secretary of the Treasury, in relation to the Condition of Seal Life on the Rookeries of the Pribilof Islands, and to Pelagic Sealing in Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, in the years Iceland Inuit Seal Hunts in the Davis Strait Historical Overview North Pacific The Pribilof Islands The Bering Sea and Bering Strait Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan Historical Overview Northern Fur Seal Image Archive.

Northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus, previously referred to as the Alaska fur seal) are found in the North Pacific and Bering largest portion of the worldwide population returns to the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, in the eastern Bering Sea.

Get this from a library. Report on the seal islands of Alaska. [Henry Wood Elliott; United States. Census Office.] -- Results of author's observations of fur seals, sea lions and walrus on Pribilof Islands,and Commander Islands, The problems of managing international resources have collectively been the strongest influence in establishing and maintaining a sustained research program for the northern fur seal.

Investigations intended to supply information needed by the North Pacific Fur Seal Commission for management of fur seals have continued since on the Pribilof Islands and since at sea.

Alaska fur seal investigations, Pribilof Islands, Alaska: Report of field activities, June-September, [Carl E Abegglen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Observations on the fur seals of the Pribilof Islands. Preliminary report. United States. Commission on Fur-seal Investigation. United States.

Dept. of the Treasury. Commission on Fur-seal Investigation. Jordan, David Starr, Lucas, Frederic A. (Frederic. XFWS-A() FurSealInvestigations, MarineLIBRARYBiologicalLaboratory AUG WOODSHOLE,MASS.

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Report of the fur-seal investigation, Charts of the islands and fur-seal rookeries of St. Paul and St. George, Pribilof group, Alaska. Prepared by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey from surveys by Will Ward Duffield and party in the summer of For example, in – at which time she had a crew of 19 – she made five voyages between Seattle and the Pribilof Islands, delivering provisions to the inhabitants of the islands and returning to Seattle with sealskins, blubber, frozen seal meat for use as food on mink.

Experimental manipulations to increase productivity in a fur seal population; Trend in the value of sealskins (Scheffer & Kenyon, ) Commercial potential of fur seal harvest (Keyes) Report on sealing in the Pribilof Isls. (Simpson, ) Consumptive use of wild animals (Young, ) 9.B Aboriginal/Subsistence sealing.

COSEWIC status reports are working documents used in assigning the status of wildlife species suspected of being at risk. This report may be cited as follows: COSEWIC.

COSEWIC assessment and status report on the Northern Fur Seal Callorhinus ursinus in Canada. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada.

Ottawa. x + 50 pp. What a wonderful book! Libby Beaman accompanied her husband to the Pribilof Islands (). One hundred years later, her granddaughter gathered her journal, sketchbook, some photos and letters together to form this book of Beaman's experiences in that remote s: 9.

Shortly after Russian fur hunters found the uninhabited Pribilof Islands of St. Paul and St. George in the late s, they began forcing Aleut men from the Aleutian Islands and Alaska Peninsula to travel there seasonally to provide labor for the profitable commercial harvest of northern fur seals.

Recent archaeological surveys of the earliest Aleut and Russian work camps that were .The fur seals and other life of the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, in From Bulletin of the Bureau of fisheries, vol. XXXIV, Bibliography (compiled by Rose M.

MacDonald): p.