By Kathy Thornborough
How do you assert rabbit in signal language? examine the indicators for a large choice of animals, starting from the tiniest mouse to the main vast elephant.
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While the local Indian Agent attempted to broker a solution with Assistant Chief Inspector A. P. 37 36. McHugh, “Report on the Work of Removal of Obstructions,” p. 271. 37. CSB, “Indians Resent Fish Embargo,” Columbian, July 25, 1914. In private correspondence, Halliday wrote that H. Graham, the local Indian agent, agreed that Indian 13:38 P1: JPJ/SPH P2: FCH/SPH 0521830990c01 QC: FCH/SPH T1: FCH CB647-Evenden-v1 January 23, 2004 The Native Fishery 37 Bypassing their state guardian, Chiefs James of Yale, Michael of Maria Island, Paul of Spuzzum, and Jimmy of Ohamil wrote to the department: We the representative of the tribes of Indians between Hope and Lytton wish to notify you that the fishery department of New Westminster have stopped us from catching salmon in the Fraser River, for our own use.
What had changed? Water had dropped by about 15 ft, but the picture of salmon milling in eddies remained. With the water lower, the full extent of the rock debris was becoming more visible and, it appeared, more difficult for fish to surmount. Babcock abandoned his earlier hope of subsurface passage and acknowledged that fallen rock had obstructed salmon. He began to formulate emergency restoration plans. Rock would have to be cleared quickly at Scuzzy Rapids and at Hells Gate. Babcock did not yet realize that problems existed at China Bar and White’s Creek as well.
Native peoples, commercial fishers, fisheries scientists, and regulators adjusted to the new conditions and sought solutions. Chapter 1 examines the causes and consequences of the slides and lays the foundations for understanding subsequent attempts to restore the river. Visions of a transformed river abounded after 1900. Power interests surveyed the river’s flow, sited dams, and promoted development schemes. Small dams rose on tributaries to facilitate mining, forestry, and hydroelectric concerns.
Animals by Kathy Thornborough