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The fisheries industry in Washington state flourished through much of the 19th and 20th centuries. In the past several decades, stocks of fish have declined, and there is much hand-wringing about what should be done about the situation. This historical collection from the University of Washington Libraries provides access to the Pacific Fisherman journal from the years 1903 to 1911. Visitors can browse and search over 5000 pages of the journal at their leisure. As the site notes, "The journal has a broad base of appeal; scientists looking for long-term salmon population data, genealogists and regional historians will all find something to intrigue them."
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