Indian Fishing: Early Methods on the Northwest Coast

Description: 

A detail-oriented, highly illustrated book that delves into fishing technology prevalent on the northwest coast. The work makes significant use of first hand acccounts from fishermen in the region, and uses vivid images and language to illustrate the natural challenges and inventive solutions implemented by people in the region. The book is divided into the following sections: The People of the Sea, Hook, Line and Sinker, Spears and Harpoons, Nets and Netting, Traps and Weirs, Cooking and Preserving Fish, and Spiritual Realms.