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|Dry Fishery A 17th century composite picture of an English dry
fishery in Newfoundland giving a compressed version of the process, including the landing stage,
cleaning and splitting operations, and the laying-out of split cod.
|1680s Grand Banks Map A 1680s Dutch map of the Grand Banks
off Newfoundland (with north pointing to the right), showing the Avalon Peninsula of
Newfoundland to the west.
|Early Atlantic Whaling An exaggerated version of whaling off
Atlantic shores, in which Basques from Spain were active along the Labrador coast, from the
|Salmon Spearing Malecite Indians in New Brunswick spearing
Atlantic salmon by torchlight on the Nashwaak River, c. 1837. Watercolour by Richard George
Augustus Levinge (1811-1889).
|French Fishing A French fishing station in Newfoundland, 1844,
on the western shore.
|Fish Hooks Copper and iron fish hooks of the Naskopi, c. 1863,
showing the use of European-derived metals by native adaptors.
|Salmon Weir An Indian salmon weir and dugout canoe on the
Cowichan River, 1866, a typical native food system along the Pacific coast.
|Ojibwa Fishing Fishing near Sault Ste. Marie, 1869 by Ojibwa
Indians, a sizeable Algonquian tribe in Northern Ontario.
|Japanese Confiscation R.C.N. officer questioning and
confiscating a Japanese-Canadian fishing boat off the British Columbia coast, December 9,
|B.C. Fishing Fleet A fishing fleet off the British Columbia coast.
a major enterprise along Canada's west coast.
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