An interview with Alfred G. Santos
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- 1988 July 16
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Text (typescript, 30 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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Topics indexed: rock cod, salmon, sardine, and tuna fishing; cooking and food, discipline, living conditions, and medical problems on fishing boats; John Steinbeck's Cannery Row and canneries, including California Pack, Sun Harbor, Van Camp, and Westgate; bait tanks, hulls, hydraulic power block and wench; nets, lompata [?] fishing, and purse seiners; icing the holds; communication in the fishing fleet; Japanese fishermen; porpoises; Mexican fishing grounds; orca attacks on fish; share system on fishing boats; Manual Souza; labor unions in the fishing industry; World War II; and fishing boats, including Julie B. and Sacramento.
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