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dc.creatorGeorgia Combes (photographer)
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dc.date.available2019-02-19T18:14:12Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13017/122
dc.descriptionA fleet of fishing boats in front of the ɬaʔamɩn village of tʼɩšosəm in 1984. The name tʼɩšosəm refers to “milky” water – the site was a rich herring spawning ground, turning the water milky with herring eggs. Overfishing in the 1980s led to the near extinction of herring, which have only just begun to recover in the past several years.
dc.titleWiping out the Herring
dcterms.coverageSliammon village (tʼɩšosəm), British Columbia, Canada
dcterms.date1984-03
dcterms.identifier9780774861250_GC_337
dcterms.rights© Georgia Combes
dcterms.sourceCourtesy of Georgia Combes
dcterms.typeStill Image
rs.tkLabelTK Attribution
rs.tkLabelTK Outreach
rs.tkLabelTK Non-Commercial
rs.tkLabelTK Culturally Sensitive


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