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Blondies and Hairpins; The Salmon Net Fishery of British Columbia

By: Stacey, Duncan

Price: $16.50

Publisher: Vancouver BC, Vancouver Maritime Museum Society: 1982

Seller ID: 17638

ISBN: 0919253040

Condition: Very Good


Light creasing of paper covers ; A bright, solid book ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 24 pages View more info

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Salmonopolis The Steveston Story

By: Stacey, Duncan & Susan Stacey

Price: $18.50

Publisher: Madeira Park, BC, Harbour Publishing: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 15439

ISBN: 1550171100

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


Only slight wear with light fading of DJ spine.; A bright, solid book, DJ in Mylar ; Color Illustrations; 0.7 x 11.1 x 8.7 Inches; 152 pages; "Steveston is a small town with a big past. Located at the mouth of the Fraser River, its founder Josiah Steves once touted it as a rival to the nearby city of Vancouver, a would-be metropolis built on the wealth of its great salmon fishery. While this goal was never achieved, Steveston did reign for most of this century as Canada's largest fishing port. During fishing season in the early years its population multiplied tenfold and social life took o... View more info

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Salmonopolis The Steveston Story

By: Stacey, Duncan & Susan Stacey

Price: $18.50

Publisher: Madeira Park, BC, Harbour Publishing: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 17238

ISBN: 1550171100

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


Only slight wear with light fading of DJ spine.; A bright, solid book, DJ in Mylar ; Color Illustrations; 0.7 x 11.1 x 8.7 Inches; 152 pages; "Steveston is a small town with a big past. Located at the mouth of the Fraser River, its founder Josiah Steves once touted it as a rival to the nearby city of Vancouver, a would-be metropolis built on the wealth of its great salmon fishery. While this goal was never achieved, Steveston did reign for most of this century as Canada's largest fishing port. During fishing season in the early years its population multiplied tenfold and social life took o... View more info

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Sockeye and Tinplate ; Technological Change in the Fraser River Canning Industry 1871-1912

By: Stacey, Duncan A

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Victoria, BC, British Columbia Provincial Museum: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 16103

ISBN: 0771882955

Condition: Very Good+


Signed by Author; Light wear to extremities. Beige card covers, corners bumped lightly. ; Inscribed by the author on the Foreword page "George thanks for all your help - Duncan. A tight solid book. ; Trade PB; Heritage record #15; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 62 pages; "In publishing 'Sockeye and Tinplate, the Museum is drawing on the expertise who has worked in and studied the fishing industry since 1966." The changes in the industry have been slow and gradual but increasingly effective such as "the vacuum machine which replaced the steam box, the double steamer on the ... View more info

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Sockeye and Tinplate ; Technological Change in the Fraser River Canning Industry 1871-1912

By: Stacey, Duncan A

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Victoria, BC, British Columbia Provincial Museum: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 17610

ISBN: 0771882955

Condition: Very Good+


Light wear to extremities. Beige card covers, corners bumped lightly. ; A tight solid book. ; Trade PB; Heritage record #15; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 62 pages; "In publishing 'Sockeye and Tinplate, the Museum is drawing on the expertise who has worked in and studied the fishing industry since 1966." The changes in the industry have been slow and gradual but increasingly effective such as "the vacuum machine which replaced the steam box, the double steamer on the canning line and new refrigeration techniques at sea." View more info