Millions of fish. (1930 - 1939)

Film-document №68034 9 parts, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Dzhett Sheldon. Sheldon Jett

Operators: Kerhner Glenn. Kerchner Glenn

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Seagulls over the sea.

Floats Norman ship.

Steamship vessel delivers fish (sardines) from California to Alaska.

Pacific Ocean.

Fish on board (300 tons).

Each fishing boat brings 60 tons of sardines per day.

The fish is placed in a special cell, which is fastened laterally vessel ..

Fishermen with a large skimmer pull sardines from the underwater hatch located in the middle of the ship and move it into the cage.

Pull out the shark hook.

Big Fish is hung by the tail.

Cook's ship cut up fish.

Development of cod liver oil in a factory.

From the remnants of ground sardine receive agricultural fertilizer.

Bags of fertilizer and fish oil are sent to the port.

The use of fish oil in food and chemical (manufacturing cosmetics) industry.

Using fish fertilizer to feed the animals (chickens).

A woman feeds the chickens.

Fertilizer land.

Shark underwater.

Seagulls over the sea.

Seagulls on the coast eat fish remains

Key words

US fisheries, fish processing, fishing

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