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General Map of North America; In which is Express'd The several New Roads, Forts, Engagements, &c. taken from Actual Surveys and Observations Made in the Army employ'd there, from the year 1754, to 1761 Drawn by the late John Rocque, Topographer to His Majesty
Circus day parade along Main Street, taken from porch over the meat market, with W.A. Messner storefront at left, McMinnville, 1909
Mussels when taken are put into a small flatboat and conveyed to the dam, where they are transferred to another boat above the dam , as illustrated. In the second boat the mussels are taken to camp for cooking out. This is the scene of one of the most extensive mussel fisheries where shells are taken by hand.
Cloud bank in front of the Tatoosh Range wilderness area adjacent to Mount Rainier National Park, taken from the Alta Vista trail, September 1910
Old Town Hall taken from Parker place on 5th St. looking north, Olympia, Washington, ca. 1875
Crater Lake taken from Del Campo Peak near Monte Cristo, Washington, ca. 1920
Shadow photo taken at Washington State College, Spring 1908
Main Street circus day procession, taken from porch over meat market, McMinnville, 1909
Bird's eye of McMinnville, Oregon, taken from the water tower, ca. 1908
Jean Harlow, film actress (taken at age 3)
Jean Harlow, film actress (taken at age 4)
A group portrait taken outdoors in street clothes
February 17, 1911 Page four
Sioux may be taken off run
Fort Worden inspected
H. V. Bayley buys an auto
$5 postage stamps
Last shovel full of muck taken out of the Pioneer Tunnel, December 8, 1928
Dumping the last shovelful of muck taken out of the Pioneer Tunnel with the Marion steam shovel, December 8, 1928
Last shovelful of muck taken out of the Pioneer Tunnel with the Marion steam shovel, December 8, 1928
Crew of the British four-masted bark ANDELANA taken on deck, Tacoma, Washington, January 14, 1899.
Orca harbor taken from the mountaintop above the town, Alaska, June 1899.
Pleuronectes flesus, Young Flounder taken in Mevagissey Harbour, Aporil 2, 1889... pw, pelvid fin (1); Pleuronectes limanda, Larva of dab...new hatc hed, from artificially fertilised egg, March 11, 1889. pt, pectoral fin; yk, yolk (2); Pleuronectes microcephalus, Larva of Merry Sole, March 25, 1889, four days after hatching, from artificially fertilised egg; l, liver; ht, heart (3); Pleuronectes platessa, Larva of Plaice..., February 27, 1889, five days after hatching, from artificially fertilised egg; a, anus; nch, notochord (4); Rhombus laevis, Young brill, taken at surface of water in Sutton Pool, June 1, 1889 (5)
Keegan's Trap Net Support.
The cables are anchored at each end, the slack being taken up by block and tackle. The support is gotten up for the purpose of holding trap nets on reefs and places where piling cannot be driven, but can also be used on any kind of a location.
At the end of the season, the piling can be taken up without much difficulty and placed on the beach in the vicinity of the location, where they can be scraped and painted or tarred, and used again for several seasons.
This is a great advantage, as, at the present time the life of a pile is about two years. Every ten feet on the web in the lead and hearts, a shove-down pole is made fast and from the bottom of the pole on each side a guy line leads down through a block at the foot of the pile, and is made fast ont he pile above high water. The shove-down pole is also made fast at the top to the cable.
At the corners of the hearts, pots and spillers, three piling are placed in position, so as to support the cross cables.
The weights and anchors can be made of boulders or any material having sufficient weight for the purpose. The weight of the anchors and foot weights, and the distance and spread of the piling, will depend upon the location and current
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