by Alaska Historical Library, Alaska Division of State Libraries in [Juneau] .
Written in English
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A guide to the Alaska Packers Association records and to the Alaska Packers Association Library. Get this from a library! A guide to the Alaska Packers Association records, , in the Alaska Historical Library. [Phyllis Demuth Movius; Michael Sullivan; Alaska Historical Library.; Alaska Packers Association.]. A guide to the Alaska Packers Association Logbooks, HDC (SAFR ) 3 In the s, APA moved their central office to Blaine, Washington, on Puget Sound, after having been sold to the Del Monte Corporation. [Source: Alaska Department of Education, Division of State Libraries and Museums. A Preliminary. Alaska Packers Association, San Francisco Fleet Roster (partial) in alphabetical order by APA ship name. The list is partial because the APA also chartered ships for several years, in addition to.
San Francisco, California was the epicenter of late 19th and 20th century canning operations in Alaska. Chief among these was the Alaska Packers Association which in its prime canned more salmon than any company in the world. This book is an interpretive history of 5/5(1). The Alaska Packers Association records, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, DeMuth, Phyllis & Sullivan, Michael, A Guide to the Alaska Packers Association records , (Juneau, Alaska: Alaska Department of Education Division of State Libraries and Museums, July ). Last spring I went to Bellingham’s Center for Pacific Northwest Studies to look through the archives of the Alaska Packers Association (APA), the largest of Bristol Bay’s historic salmon canners. Among other things, they had several boxes of 4 by 6 inch cards: the company’s records of their Bristol Bay fishermen from to The book is essentially a kind of historical catalog of all the large vessels owned, chartered, or otherwise managed by the Alaska Packers Association from until Replete with black-and-white photos, the book is neatly organized according to the relationship each vessel had with the association and then by ship : Donald H. Dyal.
Alaska Packers Assoc. v. Industrial Acc. Comm’n Case Brief - Rule of Law:Rule of Law A forum state may give effect to its own state's law over that of the place of accident if the extraterritorial law violates the public policy of the forum state. Facts Palma (Plaintiff) was a nonresident alien who contr. The Alaska Packers' Association (APA) was a San Francisco based manufacturer of Alaska canned salmon founded in and sold in As the largest salmon packer in Alaska, the member canneries of APA were active in local affairs, and had considerable political influence. Business records of mining companies, store keepers, and canneries, such as the Alaska Packers Association, hold a wealth of information on Alaskan development. Although a few collections are restricted and may be viewed or photocopied only with the permission of the donor, most are readily available to researchers. Books & Periodicals. Fishing, fisheries, and canneries primary sources. This guide lists publicly available collections of primary source material related to fishing, fisheries, and canneries in Alaska. Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS) Alaska Packers Association records Author: Gwendolyn Higgins.