An interview with August John Felando
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- 1995 September 5
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Text (typescript, 39 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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Topics indexed: tuna boats Adventurer, Atlantic, Caesar Augusta, Challenger, Olympic, Santa Alena [?], Southern Pacific, Sun King, Sun Kiss, SunKist, Treasure Island, Western Sky, and fishing boats in general; purse seining and seiners, "backdown," and fishing nets; Greenpeace, Marine Mammal Act, Harold Medina, National Fishery Service, porpoises and dolphins, Tuna Commission, and Tuna Conventions Act; Andy Borthwick, Harold Cary, Anton Misetich, Mario Puritec, Andrew Zambrlin, and John Zoorotich; fishermen, superstitions, trade unions, National Labor Relations Board, and Tuna Fishermen's Association; fishing grounds; Harbor Boat and Yacht Company; San Pedro fishing industry; Japanese fishing industry; San Diego Unified Port District; types of tuna, mortality data, Stanford study, and tuna industry; sardine fishing; and Westgate cannery.
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