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Field hatchery at Grand Mesa Lakes, Colorado. Blackspotted trout eggs to the number of 7,000,000 in one season, have been developed here to the eyed stage with only a normal loss
Bullhead, Ameiurus melas, with a number of small lesions on dorsal surface of body
Condition Below the dam with six spillways open. Normally a much greater number of spillways are in use
Fishing grounds and oil factories in 1878 (No factories now in Maine; large number in Chesapeake Bay)
Taking Fish for Spawning at the Chehalis Salmon Hatchery
which in 1914 secured the greatest number of eggs of any of the hatcheries of the state [of Washington]
Moxostoma papillosum (Cope). Sucker. White mullet (Ga.) White sucker (Ga.). Shiner (Ga.)
A number of similar suckers occur throughout the South Atlantic region and are known to the fishermen as 'mullet,' 'redhorse,' etc.)
Oyster; An old shell, one-fourth natural size, upon which there are forty oysters, large enough to be marketable, besides a great number of smaller ones
Bridal Veil Falls and Three Graces, Yosemite
The Yosemite Valley is nearly in the center of the state of California north and south, and just midway between the east and west basins of the Sierra, here a little over 70 miles wide. The valley is anearly level area, about six miles in length, and from half a mile to a mile in width, sunken almost a mile in perpendicular depth below the general level of the region. It may be roughly likened to a gigantic trough holowed out in the mountains, nearly at right angle to their regular trend. Down the many side gulches or canyons descend streams, forks of the Merced, coming down the steeps in a series of stupendous waterfalls. On the side of Cathedral Rock, which faces the entrance of Merced River into the valley, Bridal Veil Creek falls over a precipice 630 feet high and then forms a number of smaller cascades that together make a descent of 300 feet more. The fall is very beautiful. In its leaps the column of water is swayed hither and thither by the wind, and nearly dissolved into spray, which makes the fanciful name very appropriate. The Yosemite Valley Fall has a clear leap of 1,500 feet from the top of the cliff.
Commercial waterway number two being dredged, Renton, August 30, 1934
Tacoma Narrows Bridge construction of tower number 4, October 20, 1939
Seattle Volunteer Fire Co. engine Number 1 in 1883 at Seattle engine house on Columbia St.
Engine number 671 with log train on trestle, Cathlamet Timber Company, n.d.
Apex Timber Company Shay Engine Number 5 on log jam trestle, ca. 1925
Crew with two-truck Shay engine number 3 and log train, Cathlamet Timber Company, n.d.
Shop crew at Schafer Brothers Logging Company headquarters, camp number 1, Satsop, October 28, 1942
Ship loading logs at Schafer Brothers Logging Company mill number 1 at Montesano, n.d.
Schafer Brothers Logging Company 2-truck Shay locomotive number 5 with log train at landing site, camp 3, probably in Grays Harbor County, n.d.
Schafer Brothers Logging Company 3-truck Shay locomotive number 11, probably in Grays Harbopr County, n.d.
Baldwin rod locomotive number 3, National Lumber and Manufacturing Company, probably in Grays Harbor County, ca. 1923
Three-truck Shay locomotive number 4 with loaded skeleton cars at a loading site, National Lumber and Manufacturing Company camp 7, probably in Cedarville, ca. 1925
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