Investigation of the Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska hearings before the United States House Committee on Expenditures in Department of Commerce, Sixty-Third Congress, first session and Sixty-Third Congress, second session, on Oct. 13, 1913, Jan. 17, Feb. 20, 21, 23-25, Mar. 4, 10-14, 17, Apr. 2, 1914

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  • United States. -- Dept. of Commerce -- Appropriations and expenditures,
  • Northern fur seal -- Law and legislation -- Alaska,
  • Governmental investigations -- Alaska

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Includes reports of the special agents sent by the committee to Alaska and the Pribilof Islands, Aug. 31, 1913 (p. 25-426)

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THE FUR INDUSTRY IN ALASKA Furs are one of the great natural resources of Alaska, but their full contribution to the economy of the state has yet to be realized. At present the value of furs harvested is about $ million per year. The annual value of the fur industry is the fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus.

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a plan tor a proposed l5-year experimental har.e.t• Among it. teatures will" be (a) a yearly quota, (b) an inoreased kill of temales and large bachelors, and (0) a continuoua stUdy ot population trends. So tar, nothing has been set down• in writing. (Please see. Shockingly, it was not until that the Aleuts were freed from their servitude to the U.S.

Government by the passage of the Fur Seal Act. This law forbade the killing of fur seals in the Pribilofs, with the exception of subsistence hunting by Alaska Natives. The termination of the fur seal. Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, Profusely illustrated with charts, maps many folding, and half-tone plates from drawings an photographs.

L, pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original olive-green cloth faded. Very good, solid copy. Item # It has been estimated that by the early 's the tax and lease revenue, from the sale of Pribilof fur seal skins, paid for the million dollar purchase of Alaska.

Inthe Pribilof Islands were set aside as a special reservation for the protection of fur seals and the U.S. Treasury was authorized to.

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"Special Investigation of the Alaska Fur Seal Rookeries, " (), Bureau of Fisheries Document No. Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries for the Fiscal Year Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

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Washington: GPO, L, pp. Report by the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. 57 th Congress. Salmon Fisheries of Alaska. Washington: GPO, Hearing before the Committee on the Territories, U.S. House of Representatives. 58 th Congress. Conditions in Alaska. The fur-seal industry of Alaska [Rothermel United States.

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Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the. 'The following treatise is based upon observations gathered during two different visits to the Commander Islands, off the coast of Kamchatka, the first undertaken induring the palmiest days of the fur-seal industry, the latter being last year ().

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Investigation of the Fur-Seal Industry of Alaska. [Oct. 13, Apr. 2, ]. Henry Wood Elliott. He edited and published through the Government Printing Office a manuscript, The Alaska Fur-Seal Islands by G Dallas Hanna, and he co-authored six books, all published by GPO, covering various historical aspects of the Pribilof Islands fur-seal industry and the Aleut residents.

The northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) is a migratory inhabitant of northern seas, breeding in summer on the Pribilof, Komandor (Commander), and other for its chestnut-coloured underfur, it is a gregarious, vocal animal that feeds on fish and other marine animals.

The adult male is deep brown in colour with a grayish mane and grows to about metres (10 feet) in length. Records relating to Copper River salmon fishery investigations, Reports concerning fur seal drives,and fur seal kills,on St. Paul and St. George Islands.

Monthly reports of vessels,with some logs. Ledgers and journals documenting expenses associated with the administration of the Pribilof Islands, Origins. In the United States government purchased from Russia all her territorial rights in Alaska and the adjacent islands. The boundary between the two countries was a line drawn from the middle of the Bering Strait south-west to a point midway between the Aleutian and Komandorski Islands dividing the Bering Sea into two parts, the larger being on the American side.

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"At approximately hours on 7/31/, AST [ GMT] in Soldotna received a report of a plane crash involving two aircraft near mile of the Sterling Highway. Alaska’s northern fur seal population for three decades has been classified as depleted, but the marine mammals are showing up in growing numbers at an unlikely location _ a tiny island that.Dipetalonema odendhali Perry,is reported from the northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) from St.

Paul Island (Pribilof Islands), Alaska, and compared with specimens taken from the.

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