Commercial fishing industry
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of the transcript of an interview recorded by Elmer Albinson, Director of the Amerian Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The collection consists of copies of interviews and conversations recorded by the Cook County Historical Society.
The collection consists of 15 audiotapes comprising approximately 11 hours of conversation with three Isle Royale commercial fishing people. The interviews were conducted in conjunction with research for a master’s thesis paper.
The collection consists of photocopies of interviews and excerpts from interviews with Robert and Edgar Johns conducted by Helen White and Hawk Tolson. Topics covered include family history, commercial fishing, Isle Royale, place names, vessels, daring exploits on Lake Superior, fishing families, and conditions of daily life.
The collection consists of 40 slides taken in 1972 around the Knife River area. The slides contain images of smelting boats, sheds, and equipment.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of an account book kept by fisherman Daniel Lind, working near Castle Danger, Minnesota on Lake Superior.
Consists of one reel of microfilmed copies of Sverre Mathisen's papers. The papers consist of correspondence and miscellaneous papers and financial records of two Lutsen, Minnesota residents, Sverre Mathisen and Sevold Rise, who were partners in a commercial fishing operation along the North Shore of Lake Superior.
Contains interviews with ten participants, documenting the history of commercial fishing on Lake Superior's North Shore. The interviewees are individuals who themselves, or whose families, engaged in commercial fishing in this region. The interviewer is Barbara Sommer.
Consists of an audio recording and a transcript of an interview with Halvor Reiten, a commercial fisherman on Lake Superior. The interview was conducted by Geoffrey Pope and Bob Bruce and took place in 1976.
The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Singer’s role in the Lake Superior transportation business from 1899-1903.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of two volumes of scrapbooks compiled by Agnes Lind Thorngren. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings relating to the fishing communities along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota.