Published June 1991
by Alaska Northwest Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
The Silver years of the Alaska canned salmon industry: An album of historical photos (Alaska geographic) [Freeburn, Laurence (ed.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Silver years of the Alaska canned salmon industry: 5/5(1). How to debone wild Alaska salmon. It's easy to remove the bones from our wild Alaska Salmon fillets. And it takes only a minute or two. Skinning salmon for cooking. Chef Mark Parmely and Tim are preparing to make Cerdar Plank Salmon on the grill. After deboning, the next step is removing the skin. Grilling time! Salmon on a Cedar Plank. 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. His steadfast representation of the canned salmon industry - then Alaska's largest industry - is credited by some with delaying statehood for Alaska by nearly two decades. The salmon canning industry opposed statehood because it preferred working with the federal government, which was much more easily manipulated in ways favorable to the industry.
Alaska Geographic Vol. 3 No. 4 Canned Salmon Industry Silver Years pg Rating: % positive. History in a Can By: Steve Henrikson, Curator of Collections at the Alaska State Museum The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, Freeburn, Laurence. “The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry.” Alaska Geographic3(4). Anchorge: Alaska Geographic Society. Lorenz, Claudia, Kathryn McKay, et al. Coen says the canned salmon industry was at its height in the early ’s. At that time, refrigeration wasn’t generally available and canning provided an . Location. N. Franklin Street Suite Juneau, AK Tel: () Tel: () [email protected]
Organizing Asian American Labor: The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, Freeburn, Laurence “The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry.” Alaska Geographic3(4). Anchorge: Alaska Geographic Society. Lorenz, Claudia, Kathryn McKay, et al Trademarks and Salmon Art: A Brand New Perspective. For instance, sockeye salmon bound for a shorter river will be lower in oil content than those headed for a longer river. And some king salmon may be comparable in color to sockeye or less red than silver, etc. Color, from deepest red to lightest red. Sockeye; King; Silver ; Fat content, from highest to lowest (average per oz/ g serving). Forty years ago, Alaska had a near monopoly on supplying the world with salmon. But then Norwegian fishermen began experimenting with salmon farming — raising fish in enclosed ocean pens. We have continued this tradition, fishing the pristine waters of Alaska for over a hundred years. An anthropology professor cousin speculates that Zuaniches have fished for over 1, years! We started Pure Alaska Salmon Company LLC because we knew what a great product canned wild Alaska salmon is, and we wanted to try our hand at marketing it.