An interview with Vincent Battaglia
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- 1991 March 3
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Text (typescript, 42 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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Topics indexed: fishing boats, including Alfece, Annapolie, Anthony M., Bon Voyage, Carol Virginia, Helen Ann, Morning Star, Novice, Pequot, Southern Pacific, St. Catherine, StarKist, and Westgate; Lou Beretta; canneries; clam digging; Joe Corona; fishing nets, grounds, regulations, boycotts, and restrictions; Greenpeace, the EPA, porpoises, and opposition to the fishing industry; International Tuna Commission and competition in the fishing industry; Italian, Japanese, and Portuguese fishermen; labor unions in the fishing industry; Eddie Madruga; Joe Marline; Harold Medina; National Marine Fisheries; National Steel and Shipbuilding Company; Captain Ken Reynard; salmon fishing and traps; sardine industry; C. Arnholt Smith; Star of India; superstitions among fishermen; Joaquin Theodore; touch and trade; tuna fishing; turtles in San Diego Bay; World War II and the tuna fleet, including American Voyager, Challenger, Endeavor, and Yankee; and Where Have All the Dolphins Gone (videorecording).
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