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Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Logbook of the U.S.S. Gannet, a research steam vessel commanded by Captain George W. Greenleaf for the United States Bureau of Fisheries hatchery located on McKown Point in Boothbay Harbor (Me.). The vessel was used by the hatchery in its efforts to preserve and increase fish stocks, including cod, haddock, polluck, flounder and lobsters. Records daily activities along the coast, including the number of seeders and eggs harvested and/or released, water temperatures, weather, and general maintenance of the vessel.
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Greenleaf, George W. and United States Bureau of Fisheries, "Logbook, U.S.S. Gannet, 1912-1913" (1912). History of Maine Fisheries. 119.
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