An interview with Leonard Ingrande
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- 1988 May 7
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Text (typescript, 47 leaves); Sound (cassette)
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San Diego History Center, Balboa Park, San Diego, California 92101 (http://www.sandiegohistory.org/)
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Topics indexed: American Enterprise, Connie Jean, and Eastern Pacific (tuna boats); bait boats, code boats, and purse seiners; discipline and fatigue on fishing boats; food on fishing boats; lookouts, observers, and radio communications; fishermen's clothing, superstitions, and wages; injuries and illness among fishermen; pole fishing and hooks for tuna; Japanese, Mexican, and Portuguese fishermen; fishing grounds, routes, rights, foreign ports, porpoises, and government fishing regulations; weather at sea; whales and sharks; William Magellan; refrigeration of fish, varieties of fish on the San Diego market, canneries, and women in canneries; Italian Americans and Little Italy; YPs, Japanese Americans, and the use of fishing boats during World War II.
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