2 edition of Report on the seal islands of Alaska found in the catalog.
Report on the seal islands of Alaska
Henry Wood Elliott
|Statement||by Henry W. Elliott.|
|Contributions||United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
Pribilof Islands. The fabled seal islands of the Bering Sea lie about miles ( km) north of Unalaska. They were included in the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge in in recognition of the global importance of their seabird nesting sites. Hawadax Island (Aleut: Hawadax) is an island in the Rat Islands archipelago of the western Aleutian Islands in the U.S. state of Alaska. The island was formerly known as Rat Island until May when it was renamed Hawadax Island, which is .
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The Alaska report features 8 chromolithograph plates and two folding maps in back pocket. The Seal Islands report has b/w maps and plates.
Both are bound in a larger volume of the Tenth Census reports, which also features a long section on the newspapers of America, but lacking the report on ship building. Results of author's observations of fur seals, sea lions and walrus on Pribilof Islands,and Commander Islands, Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Item # Henry Wood Elliott () was an American watercolor painter, author, and environmentalist whose work was mainly focused around Alaska; this "Report", his field notes and observations upon the Seal Island of Alaska, was published eight years before his book "Our Arctic Province: Alaska and the Seal Islands".
He worked. Report on the Seal Islands of Alaska. By Elliott, Henry W. SKU# $ Add to Cart. (ii),29 black-and-white full page plates (photos, drawings and half-tone illustrations), 2 double-page maps, numerous un-numbered text-figures and small maps.
Gray wrappers with light blue title/author labels on front cover, lg 4to. At head of title: Dept. of the Interior. Census Office. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elliott, Henry Wood, Report on the Prybilov Group or Seal Islands of Alaska.
Washington [D.C.]: G.P.O., Henry Wood Elliott () was a renowned naturalist and an accomplished artist. Inhe was sent to the Alaska territory by the U.S. Treasury department to report on the fur-seal harvest on the Pribilof Islands.
He lived on one of the islands and conducted his own study of the animals. Keenly observant and with an artist's eye, he recorded what he saw in both his.
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Reprinted, with additions, from the report on the fishery industries of the tenth census. Special Bulletin Author Name: Henry W. Elliott Categories: Natural History, Publisher: Washington, D.
C., Government Printing Office: Book Condition: Very Good Seller ID: Kipling's sources There is no doubt that Kipling had studied an official American Report entitled The History and Present Condition of the Pribilafs Fishing Industries, etc., The Seal Islands of Alaska by Henry W.
Elliott (Washington D.C., ) and possibly another book by the same author, An Arctic Province (). During World War II, the Japanese occupied two Alaskan islands, Attu and Kiska, for 15 months.
Alaska contains 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States. At 20, feet, Mt. McKinley is the. Our Arctic Province, Alaska And the Seal Islands.
Home» Nonfiction. 8 / 10 (2) (2). The Resource Appletons' guide-book to Alaska and the Northwest Coast: including the shores of Washington, British Columbia, southeastern Alaska, the Aleutian and the Seal Islands, the Bering and the Arctic coasts, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore.
People in Alaska these days have mixed feelings about bear hunting. Hunting for moose and caribou remains widely accepted even as the outdoor activities of many Alaskans have trended more.
The board uses biological and socioeconomic information provided by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, public comment received from people inside and outside of the state, and guidance from the Alaska Department of Public Safety and Alaska Department of Law when creating regulations that are sound and enforceable.
King island is a small island located about 40 miles (64 km) offshore, south of the village of Wales, Alaska and about 90 miles northwest of Nome. The island is about 1 mile ( km) wide with steep slopes on all sides.
It was named by James Cook, first European to sight the island infor Lt. James King, a member of his party. It is part. The Report of the Special Agents of the House Committee on Expenditures in the Department of Commerce Upon the Condition of the Fur-Seal Herd of Alaska a.Report on the Condition of the Fur-Seal Fisheries of the Pribylov Islands in book.
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