Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray Collection on Native American Fishing Rights, circa 1890-1978  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Droker, Howard
Title
Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray Collection on Native American Fishing Rights
Dates
circa 1890-1978 (inclusive)
Quantity
3 linear feet
Collection Number
XOE_CPNWS0130drokermurraynafr (collection)
Summary
The collection documents Native American fishing rights in the Pacific Northwest with reports, correspondence, and published materials, especially with regard to United States vs. Washington State Civil Case 9213.
Repository
Western Washington University, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
Goltz-Murray Archives Building
808 25th St.
Bellingham, WA
98225
Telephone: 360-650-7534
cpnws@wwu.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Keith A. Murray was a professor of History at Western Washington State College (now Western Washington University) in Bellingham, Washington from 1946 until 1977. Much of Murray's research and published writing focused on the history of the Pacific Northwest region. Howard Droker was a Seattle historian and author who also wrote about area history, including works on fishing and fishermen. Although documentation for this collection does not record the exact nature of Droker and Murray's connection to legal case "United States vs. Washington", both individuals appear on the witness list included in the court documentation in Box 3.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection was compiled by Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray and covers materials relating to Native American fishing rights, mostly in northwestern Washington State, from 1886 to 1978. It consists mainly of reproductions of correspondence, government reports and published materials relating to fisheries, canning, dams and waterways, and the regulation of fishing rights. Locations covered include Snohomish and Skagit Counties, and the Skykomish and Frasier Rivers. Documentation from various Native American tribes is also included in this collection, including the Tulalip, Quinault, and Muckleshoot tribes. The collection documents issues relating to Native American fishing rights in Washington State in the run-up to and following the 1974 Boldt Decision, containing reproductions of court documents including witness lists, depositions, memoranda, and reports from the trial United States v. Washington St. Civil Case 70-9213.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray Collection on Native American Fishing Rights, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Heritage Resources, Western Washington University, Bellingham WA 98225-9123.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray Collection on Native American Fishing Rights is arranged in accordance with the following series arrangement:

  • Series I: Research Materials
  • Series II: United States v. Washington Civil Case 9213 Documents

Acquisition Information

Donated by Howard Droker and Keith A. Murray, date unknown.

Separated Materials

Additional collections of material by Keith A. Murray are located at Western Washington University's Center for Pacific Northwest Studies and Western Libraries Special Collections.

Bibliography

Droker, Howard Puget Sound Salmon Fishermen Seattle This City, Seattle 1979


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series I:  Research Records, 1890-1978 Return to Top

This series contains copies of correspondence, government reports and published materials relating to fisheries, canning, dams and waterways, and the regulation of Native American fishing rights gathered from various local repositories.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
A-6 Letter to Governor Rogers
June 1897
1/2
A-3 Affadavit
April 1897
1/3
A-10 Report of Committee appointed by the Governor to inspect Office of State Fish Commissioner
Jan. 3, 1907
1/4
A-8 D. M. Farris to Governor Rogers
July 1897
1/5
A-11 Summary of Fish Commissioner Report on Duwamish
Oct. 1, 1901
1/6
A-12 Report of Governor’s Commission on Fisheries
Dec. 1908
1/7
A-13 Gov Mead to T.R. Kershaw
July 27, 1905
1/8
A-14 Edward Rosenberg, Secretary of Fisherman’s Protective Union of the Pacific to Governor Mead
July 23, 1905
1/9
A-15 Edward Rosenberg to Governor Mead
Sept. 1905
1/10
A-16 S.S. Fisk Superintendent of Snohomish Hatchery to Riseland, Fish Commissioner
July 7, 1908
1/11
A-17 Bellingham Central Labor Council to Governor Mead
July 12, 1906
1/12
A-18 Gov Mead to Riseland, Fish Commissioner; Crawford to Riseland
May 19, 1906; May 22, 1906
1/13
A-19 Riseland to Mead
June 15, 1906
1/14
A-20 Riseland to Mead
July 20, 1908
1/15
15. A-21 Governor’s Secretary to Riseland
June 30, 1908
1/16
A-22 Riseland to Governor Hay
Nov. 19, 1909
1/17
A-23 E.F. Benson to Hay
Oct. 15, 1909
1/18
A-24 Riseland to Hay; Hay to Riseland
Dec. 23, 1909; Dec. 27, 1909
1/19
A-25 John Jolley to Hay
May 24, 1909
1/20
A-26 Hay to L.K. Armstrong
Feb 15, 1910
1/21
A-27 Riseland to Hay; Hay to Riseland
Aug 23, 1910; Aug 26, 1910
1/22
A-28 Transcript of Governor’s Special Committee on Fish Laws- Hearing
May 31, 1912
1/23
A-29 Fisheries Code of Washington
1915
1/24
A-30 Chase to Hart, Summary of Proceedings by Supervisor of Hydraulics- Tacoma, Skykomish River
May 8, 1922
1/25
A-31 State Fisheries Board to Marvin Chase, Supervisor of Hydraulics
Nov. 20, 1922
1/26
A-32 Earnest A. Seaborg, Fisheries Board, to D.A. Scott, Director of Conservation and Development
Nov. 20, 1922
1/27
A-33 WA St. Supreme Court Decision No.17196
Oct. 1922
1/28
A-34 William C. Redfield to Hart
Feb. 6, 1919
1/29
A-35 E.F. Sweet to Hart March 12, 1919; Hart to Sweet
March 13, 1919
1/30
A-36 L.H. Darwin to Hart Oct. 1, 1919; Darwin to W.L. Jones
Oct 1, 1919
1/31
A-37 Hart to U.S. Senator Miles Poindexter
Oct. 11, 1919
1/32
A-38 Jones to Hart
Aug. 13, 1921
1/33
A-39 Secretary of State Hughes to Hart
Aug. 15, 1921
1/34
A-41 ? to Hart
May 15, 1919
1/35
A-42 Francis A Garrecht US Attorney in Spokane to Hart
Feb 25, 1920
1/36
A-43 Hart to Garrecht
Feb 27, 1920
1/37
A-44 Spokane Spokesman Review clippings
Feb 19, 1920; Feb. 23, 1920
1/38
A-45 Frank Bryant to Hart
March 25, 1920
1/39
A-46 Frank Bryant to Hart
March 4, 1920
1/40
A-47 Darwin to W.S. Pettigrew
March 24, 1920
1/41
A-48 F.W. Mathais to Hart
Oct. 10, 1921
1/42
A-49 Frank Knappleman to Hart
March 7, 1922
1/43
A-50 C.A. Leinenweber to St. Fish Board of WA
Nov. 26, 1930
1/44
A-51 John H. Dunbar to Chas R. Maybury
Feb 6, 1931
1/45
A-52 Application for Permit to Appropriate Public Waters
Feb. 13, 1918
1/46
A-53 Don W. Clarke to Herb Pollack
March 11, 1949
1/47
A-54 Marvin Chase to J.D. Ross
June 10, 1918
1/48
A-55 Bartholet to McKeen
April 29. 1933
1/49
A-56 The Pacific Salmon Fisheries James A. Crutchfield and Giulio Pontecorvo
1969
1/50
A-59 Bulletin of the U.S. Fish Commission v. VI
1886
1/51
A-57 Abstract of Title- Seattle Tide Lands
ca. 1895
1/52
A-58 WA St. Session Laws
1893
1/53
A-60 “Salmon Fisheries of the Coast” in Report of U.S. Fish Commissioner
1910
1/54
A-61 Dept. of Fisheries 1957-1959 Budget Request
1957-1959
1/55
A-62 Brief on Dept. of Fisheries Budget 1951-1953
1951-1953
1/56
A-63 Dedication of World’s Largest Fish Screens (pamphlet)
June 11, 1939
1/57
A-64 Hearing-WA St. Fisheries Board
June 20, 1921
1/58
A-65 Hearing-WA St. Fisheries Board
Sept. 22, 1925
1/59
A-66 “Some facts for those interested in the Salmon Industry of Puget Sound”, Pacific Fisherman
Jan. 3, 1905
1/60
A-67 “Fraser River Cannery will not Change Law” Pacific Fisherman
May 3, 1905
1/61
A-68 “Fourth Year on Puget Sound” Pacific Fisherman
June 3, 1905
1/62
A-69 “Sockeye Salmon Protection” Pacific Fisherman
June 3, 1905
1/63
A-70 International Sockeye Salmon Treaty- radio addresses and Speech
Dec 9, 1930; Dec 10, 1930
1/64
A-71 Proceedings of Meeting of Fisheries Executives of Pacific Coast
March 16, 1925 ; March 17, 1925
1/65
A-72 U.S. Sec of St. Frank Kellogg to Senator Wesley Jones
March 16, 1928
1/66
A-73 Archie Shields to E.B. Deming
April 8, 1929
1/67
A-74 “Sockeye Treaty Before Senate” Pacific Fisherman
July 1930
1/68
A-75 “What Will be the Outcome of the International Sockeye Treaty” Western Fisheries
1931
1/69
A-76 Brennan, Director of Fisheries, to Hamilton, Sec, to Gov Martin
Aug. 18, 1933
1/70
A-77 Brennan to Hamilton
July 15, 1933
1/71
A-78 Smith, Ch. FPC, to Brennan
May 25, 1933
1/72
A-79 Brennan to FPC
June 3, 1933
1/73
A-80 Brennan to Hamilton
April 11, 1933
1/74
A-81 Brennan to Craig, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries; Brennan to Hamilton
Dec. 26, 1933; Dec. 27, 1933
1/75
A-82 Brennan to Martin
Dec. 7, 1933
1/76
A-83 Brennan to Hamilton
Feb. 8, 1934
1/77
A-84 “The Frasier River Sockeye Salmon Controversy” Dr. P.F. Palmer
Sept. 1934
1/78
A-85 Martin to Frank Bell, U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries
Oct. 10, 1934
1/79
A-86 Martin to Senator Swellenbach
May 1935
1/80
A-87 William Mason, Chief Quinault Tribe to Martin; Brennan to Martin
April 2, 1935; April 5, 1935
1/81
A-88 Brennan and James to Markham, Army Corps of Engineers; Brennan to Martin; Schwellenback to Brennan
Feb. 1935; Feb. 1935; March 1935
1/82
A-89 Brennan to Martin
March 5, 1939
1/83
A-91 Brennan to Martin
Sept 9, 1937
1/84
A-92 Past Accomplishments and Future Program of St. D.F.
1/85
A-93 Confidential Report on Initiative No. 77
c. 1937
1/86
A-94 Brennan to Langlie
April 1941
1/87
A-95 Brennan to Langlie
Aug. 1941
1/88
A-96 Foster, Director of Fisheries, to Langlie
May 11, 1943
1/89
A-97 Foster to Langlie
May 19, 1943
1/90
A-98 Foster to Langlie
Sept 9, 1943
1/91
A-99 Foster to Fred Lewis, acting Attorney Gen. WA St.
Dec. 17, 1943
1/92
A-100 “New Washington Salmon Policy” Oregonian Joe Miller
Jan. 29, 1950
1/93
A-101 Anderson to Langlie
May 5, 1950
1/94
A-102 Policies and Proposed 1951-1953 Budget objectives Fisheries
1950
1/95
A-103 “A review of the Fisheries in the Contiguous Waters of the State of Washington and British Columbia” Report of US Commissioner of Fisheries
1900
1/96
118 Pioneer Reminiscences of Puget Sound, Ezra Meeker
1905
1/97
119 An Illustrated History of Skagit and Snohomish Counties
1906
1/98
120 Conquering the Last Frontier, Thomas T. Aldwell
1/99
121 A History of the Puget Sound Country, Col. William Farrand Prosser
1903
1/100
122 Readings in Pacific Northwest History, Charles M. Gates
1941
1/101
A-123 Pacific NW Conference of Indian Hunting, Fishing, Trapping, John Collier Commissioner of Indian Affairs circular
May 6, 1940; May 28 1940
1/102
A-124 Martin Sampson to Brennan, Tulalip Agency
June 7, 1933
1/103
A-125 N.O. Nicholson to St. Game Commission, Tulalip Agency
Feb 7, 1933
1/104
(copy?) A-125 N.O. Nicholson to St. Game Commission, Tulalip Agency
Feb. 7, 1933
1/105
A-126 Upchurch to Swindell Tulalip Agency
June 9, 1941
1/106
A-127 Code for Management of Wildlife on Muckleshoot Reservation
ca. 1944
1/107
A-128 Wilding to Upchurch RG 75 BIA Tulalip Agency
Nov. 1941
1/108
108. A-129 Report of Commissioner of Fisheries of BC
1909
1/109
A-130 “77 gives Canada Washington Salmon” Daily Olympian; “Will You Be Duped?” Daily Olympian
Oct. 28, 1934; Nov. 6, 1934
1/110
A-131 “Discouraged Fishermen Want More Fish Less Research” Clipping File: Fisheries Commercial
1963
1/111
A-132 “Minter Greek Fish Hatchery Busy in Fall”
Nov. 17, 1963
1/112
A-133 “The Sockeye Salmon Controversy, An International Problem” Manning Cox
1922
1/113
A-134 “Fraser River Salmon Situation”
1919
1/114
A-135 Babcock to Cobb, B.C. Dept. of Fisheries Records
March 1920
1/115
A-138 Brennan to J.D. Ross, Seattle Dept. of Light
Feb. 27 1936
1/116
A-136 Babcock to O’Malley, U.S. Fish Commissioner
June 13, 1922
1/117
A-137 Brennan to Towler, Seattle Water Dept.
Feb. 27, 1936
1/118
A-139 “Fish Eggs Vs. Power Site”
March 14, 1922
1/119
A-141 Upchurch to Swinomish Indian Council
July 1, 1935
1/120
A-142 Upchurch to Commissioner Tulalip Indian Agency
July 18, 1935
1/121
A-143 Upchurch to Commissioner Tulalip Indian Agency
July 24, 1935
1/122
A-144 Upchurch to Commissioner Tulalip Indian Agency
March 20, 1936
1/123
A-145 Excerpts from WA St. Attorney General Tulalip Indian Agency
1936
1/124
A-146 Zimmerman to Senator Bone
May 14, 1936
1/125
A-147 Upchurch to Commissioner Tulalip Indian Agency
May 21, 1936
1/126
A-148 Dennis U.S. Attorney to Upchurch Tulalip Indian Agency
June 30, 1936
1/127
A-149 Hughes to Upchurch Tulalip Indian Agency
Dec. 14, 1936
1/128
A-150 Upchurch to Herrick Tulalip Indian Agency
Jan. 11, 1937
1/129
A-151 Upchurch to Dept. of Fisheries
Nov. 12, 1937
1/130
A-152 Upchurch to Superintendent Fed. Fish Hatchery Tulalip Agency
Jan. 20, 1939
1/131
A-153 Upchurch to Brennan Tulalip Indian Agency
April 24, 1939
1/132
A-154 Upchurch to Commissioner Tulalip Indian Agency
May 10, 1939
1/133
A-155 Collier to NW Superintendents Tulalip Indian Agency
March 1940
1/134
A-156 Woehlke to Gross Tulalip Indian Agency
June 19, 1947
1/135
A-157 Gross to District Director
July 16, 1947
1/136
A-158 Abbott to H.H. Johnson
Oct. 21, 1909
1/137
A-159 Valentine to H.H. Johnson
May 25, 1910
1/138
A-160 O’Malley to Garberand
Sept. 30, 1914 ; Oct. 6, 1914
1/139
A-161 Meritt to Garber
Dec. 7, 1914
1/140
A-162 Petition Concerning the Fishing Locations on the Quinault River
1914
1/141
A-163 Law to Commissioner
Dec. 4, 1918
1/142
A-164 Superintendent (Benson) to Commissioner
Sept. 28, 1918
1/143
A-165 Notice Tahola Supt.
Nov. 20, 1916
1/144
A-166 Garber to Russell Tahola Indian Agency
Aug. 7, 1916
1/145
A-167 Garber to Darwin
March 22, 1915
1/146
A-168 Tahola Indian Agency
1920
1/147
A-169 O’Malley to Supt. (Tahola); Supt. To O
1/148
A-170 M.S. Campbell to Foster
June 10, 1943
1/149
A-171 First Revision- Drainage Basin Problems
Oct. 23, 1937
1/150
A-172 Foster to Phillips
April 24, 1944
1/151
A-173 Bostick to Heg
April 2, 1953
1/152
A-174 Maib to Wendler
Dec. 28, 1953
1/153
A-175 Notes on Northern Olympic Peninsula Streams Elwha River Eastward to Dungeness River
Feb. 1954
1/154
A-176 News Release Dept. of Fisheries
Feb.15, 1954
1/155
A-177 “Relative Areas Watersheds of Washington”
Nov. 1954
1/156
A-178 Smoker to Heg
Nov. 15, 1954
1/157
A-179 Fishways installed 1923-1924
1924
1/158
A-180 Fishways to be Inspected 1924
1924
1/159
A-181 Brennan to Freeman
Jan. 17, 1936
1/160
A-182 Brennan to Young
Jan. 23, 1940
1/161
A-183 Franett to Dept. Fish. Engineering Dept.
Oct. 18, 1944
1/162
A-184 Smith to Sahnow
Nov. 19, 1957
1/163
A-185 Schoettler to State District Provost Wardens
May 15, 1956
1/164
A-186 Rothfus to Koffman
June 1, 1955
1/165
A-187 Maib to Neale
March 24, 1954
1/166
A-188 Royal to Holway
Jan 6, 1948
1/167
A-190 The Salmon Crisis 1950
1950
1/168
A-191 Salmon Rehabilitation and Hatcheries
ca. 1952
1/169
A-192 Salmon Rehabilitation and Hatcheries 1961
1961
1/170
A-193 Salmon Hatcheries
ca. 1969
1/171
A-194 Oliver to Moore, Moore to Oliver
Oct. 17, 1946
1/172
A-195 Clark and Brown to Pacific Northwest Loggers Foster to West Coast Lumbermens Association
1944
1/173
A-196 News Release
Aug. 19, 1944
1/174
A-197 Conservationists Hear Talks on Water Control Problems
1948
1/175
A-198 Notes for Mr. B.M. Brennan
May 20, 1937
1/176
A-199 Administrative Assistant to Technical Coordinator
May 20, 1953
1/177
A-200 “ATTN Bruce” 3 dept. fish mistakes
Sept. 25, 1961
1/178
A-202 Brennan to Voyce
Sept. 26, 1941
1/179
A-203 Moore to Nelson
Aug. 13, 1959
1/180
A-204 Pautzke Bower
Jan. 14, 1958
1/181
A-205 Garhart to Moore
Oct. 16, 1957
1/182
A-206 Johnson to Sutton
Oct. 19, 1956
1/183
A-207 Royal to Kemmerich
April 5, 1948
1/184
A-208 Hoh River Indian Catch Figures
March 20, 1959
1/185
A-209 Miller to Edd [Benn]
Jan 28, 1948
1/186
A-210 Schollenberger, “Summary Report of Stream Survey”
1950
1/187
A-211 Smoker to Riddell
Dec. 28, 1949
1/188
A-212 Anderson to Schoettler
March 19, 1952
1/189
A-213 “The Fisheries Resources of the Nooksack River”
1947
1/190
A-214 Hicks to Moore
July 25, 1947
1/191
A-215 “Agreement” Tacoma and Dept. Fish. Early 1948
1948
1/192
A-216 Moore to Clarke; Clarke to Moore
Jan. 14, 1948
1/193
A-217 Gates to Benn
May 13, 1948
1/194
A-218 Tacoma Tribune “City Changes Mind on Skykomish Hatchery”
June 21, 1948
1/195
A-219 “A Brief” Dept. of Fisheries
June 30, 1948
1/196
A-220 Royal to Hurley
Dec. 2, 1948
1/197
A-221 Anderson to Fawcett
Sept. 15, 1949
1/198
A-222 Allen to Gillies
Jan. 8, 1951
1/199
A-223 Anderson to Schoettler
Jan. 3, 1951
1/200
A-224 Director to File
April 1, 1954
1/201
A-225 Schoettler to Barline [draft]
Sept. 3, 1954
1/202
A-226 Bell to Austin
April 23, 1957
1/203
A-227 Proposals for Rehabilitation and Maintaining Salmon Runs in the Skokomish
Aug. 27, 1957
1/204
A-228 Moore to Rosellini
Nov. 14, 1957
1/205
A-229 Tacoma News Tribune “Old Hatchery Dispute Ends”
March 6, 1959
2/1
(Repeat number) A-220 “Agreement” Tacoma- Dept. of Fisheries
July 23, 1959
2/2
A-231 Einarsen to Pollack
March 20, 1930
2/3
A-232 Pollock and Staht to Maybury
April 3, 1930
2/4
A-233 Pollack to Ridgeway
April 9, 1930
2/5
A-234 Reardon to St. Supervisor of Fisheries
Sept. 20, 1930
2/6
A-235 Resolution- Salmon Purse Seiners of Pacific, Everett Local #3
March 3, 1938
2/7
A-236 Brennan to Trubshaw
Feb. 19, 1940
2/8
A-237 Marin to State Fisheries Dept.; Brennan to Marincovich
Feb. 22, 1941
2/9
A-238 Elridge to Morgan, Weyerhauser Pulp Div.
May 18, 1949
2/10
A-239 Elridge to Anderson
October 13, 1949
2/11
A-240 Walters to Elridge
May 4, 1954
2/12
A-241 Dept. of Fisheries “News Release”
Nov. 24, 1954
2/13
A-242 Holland to Pautzke
Dec. 3, 1958
2/14
A-243 St. Dir. Of Fisheries and Dir. Of Health to Weyerhauser
April 3, 1935
2/15
A-244 Moore to Weyerhauser Pulp and Timber Co.
1946-1948
2/16
A-245 Eldridge “Deep Water Disposal of Sulphite Waste”
Oct. 2, 1950
2/17
A-246 PCC Amendment to PC order No. 2; PCC Amendment to PC order No. 3
Oct. 2, 1950
2/18
A-247 Deschamps to Lemier
June 28, 1968
2/19
A-248 SOS Save Our Salmon Initiative 77
1934
2/20
A-249 Downer to Brennan
Dec. 24, 1934
2/21
A-251 B.T. to Moore
undated
2/22
A-250 “The Trends of Runs and Abundance of Salmon”
2/23
A-252 Winn to Commissioner of Fisheries
Feb. 28, 1924
2/24
A-253 Russell to Scott
June 2, 1924
2/25
A-254 Pollack to Shannon
Sept. 21, 1925
2/26
A-255 Bremerton News Searchlight, “Dams Impede Migration”
April 30, 1932
2/27
A-256 Moore to McLaughlin
Sept. 17, 1947
2/28
A-257 Biggs to Davis
Jan. 17, 1966
2/29
A-258 Pollack to Wynochee; Brandis to Pollock; Bell to Albritton; Brandis to Pollack
1932
2/30
(Repeat number) A-258 Branon to Director of Fisheries
Aug. 5, 1941
2/31
A-259 Schuster to St. Fisheries Dept.; Pollock to Doty Lumber; Brennan to Kirkpatrick; Brennan to Schafer; Brennan to Schafer
1928-1940
2/32
A-260 Foster to Veatch
April 3, 1942
2/33
A-261 Fisheries Resources of Chehalis River [1947]
1947
2/34
A-262 Lloyd Royal “Chehalis River System”
May 13, 1953
2/35
A-263 Brennan to Eastern Mill Co.
Sept. 3, 1935
2/36
A-264 Hurley to Eastern Mill Co.
March 22, 1950
2/37
A-266 Schoettler to Eastern Mill Co.
Oct. 14, 1952
2/38
A-265 Schoettler to Eastern Mill Co.
Jan. 11, 1951
2/39
A-267 Schoettler to Eastern Mill Co.
Oct. 30, 1953
2/40
A-268 Phillips to Inspector Otterson
Dec. 24, 1953
2/41
A-269 Anderson to Pollock
Sept. 14, 1926
2/42
A-270 Brackett to Brennan
Dec. 1, 1937; Dec. 14, 1937
2/43
A-271 Soundview Pulp Co. to Lt. Col. Atkins
May 31, 1940
2/44
A-272 Anderson, “Report to Congressional Investigating Committee”
Nov. 8, 1949
2/45
A-273 Neale and Wark to File
Sept. 29, 1952
2/46
A-274 News Release WA St. PCC
Dec. 1962
2/47
A-275 Statement by Ray Harris
Nov. 22, 1963
2/48
A-276 Directors of Fish and Game to Towler
Feb. 27, 1936
2/49
A-277 Brennan to Morse
Sept. 1, 1939
2/50
A-278 Morse to Brennan
Sept. 12, 1939
2/51
A-280 Morse to Brennan
Nov. 27, 1939
2/52
A-279 Brennan to Morse
Nov. 13, 1939
2/53
A-281 Starlund and Biggs to Winters
Sept. 22, 1964
2/54
A-282 Tollefson to Briggs
Nov. 9, 1966
2/55
A-283 Clauson to Foster; Clauston to Foster
Oct. 8, 1944; Aug. 14, 1944
2/56
A-284 Clausen to Anderson
May 16, 1945
2/57
A-285 Memorandum Number 541
March 1948
2/58
A-286 Hardunbergh to Pollution Control Commission
June 1, 1948
2/59
A-287 Anderson and Clarke to Hardenbergh
Sept. 18, 1950
2/60
A-289 Brennan to Foster
April 12, 1944
2/61
A-290 Seattle Times “Industrial and Fishing Forces”
April 23, 1946
2/62
A-291 Royal to Britan
April 23, 1948
2/63
A-292 WA St. Palnning Council “Third Biennial Report” 1936-1938
1936-1938
2/64
A-293 A Report on the Activities of Legislature Interim Fisheries Committee
2/65
A-294 Moore to Wallgren
Oct. 11, 1945
2/66
A-295 “Expansion Project Inland in Fisheries Budget” 1945-47
1945-1947
2/67
A-296 Senate Bill #127 The Proposed-Fisheries Code General Statement [L.H. Darwin]
2/68
A-297 E.A. Sims to Miller Freeman
Sept. 9, 1935
2/69
A-298 Sims to Freeman
Sept. 17, 1935
2/70
A-299 Newspaper Clipping (Canadian)
1905-1911
2/71
A-300 St. Fisheries Board to Member- Appropriations Committee
Jan. 27, 1923
2/72
A-301 St. Fisheries Board to Barrett
Jan. 12, 1922
2/73
A-302 McGlinn to Sims; St. Board to McGlinn
Sept. 8, 1924; Sept. 16, 1924
2/74
A-303 Vail v. Seaborg “Statement of Facts”
2/75
A-304 Darwin to Tanner WA Dept. of Fisheries Records
2/76
A-305 Comparative Table of Salmon Catch Segregated to gear- Puget Sound District
2/77
A-306 Hatfield to Hartley WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
2/78
A-307 St. Fisheries Board to Hatfield
April 21, 1926
2/79
A-308 Newspaper Clippings (Various WA St. papers)
April-May 1926
2/80
A-309 Pac. Amer. Fisheries [Deming] to Sims WA. St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
Aug. 19, 1926
2/81
A-310 Hacker to Pollock
Aug. 10, 1926
2/82
A-311 Fisheries Memo-Untitled
Aug. 24, 1926
2/83
A-313 Einarsen to Seaborg
Oct. 18, 1923
2/84
A- 312 Hatfield to Sims
April 28, 1926
2/85
A-314 Einarsen to Seaborg
Oct. 25, 1923
2/86
A-315 Resume of Stream Surveys 1923
1923
2/87
A-316 Ward to St. Fisheries Board
Jan. 22, 1927
2/88
A-317 Memo from J.E. James
1927
2/89
A-318 Status of the Baker River Fish Facility
July 20, 1967
2/90
A-319 Benn to Phillips
Sept. 14, 1942; Nov. 23, 1942
2/91
A-320 Wintermute to Hurley
Nov. 17, 1949
2/92
A-321 Tollefson to Evans
Sept. 28, 1971
2/93
A-322 Allison to Tollefson
Oct. 25, 1971
2/94
A-323 Senn to Kramer
Sept. 11, 1967
2/95
A-324 “News Release” Dept. of Fisheries
Nov. 23, 1949
2/96
A-325 1954 “WA St. Indian Catch”
Oct. 31, 1955
2/97
A-326 Temple to Moore WA. St. Dept. of Fish.
Nov. 19, 1946
2/98
A-328 News Release
Jan. 11, 1946
2/99
A-327 “News Release”
Nov. 15, 1946
2/100
A-329 Dept. of Fisheries and Game to Tiffany
Feb. 14, 1929
2/101
A-330 Heath to Supervisor of Game and Game Fish
Nov. 17, 1929
2/102
A-331 Letters on Dungeness River Irrigation Benn to Brennan
May 30, 1935
2/103
A-332 “Highlights of Nisqually River Basin Report” [1940]
1940
2/104
A-333 Letters on Centralia’s Dam on Nisqually and others
March 31, 1932
2/105
A-334 State Fish Commissioner to Miller
Feb-April 1914
2/106
A-335 McLeod to Moore
Oct. 15, 1948
2/107
A-336 “General Statement Regarding Fisheries Aspects of the City of Tacoma’s Power and Water Projects”
Dec. 31, 1948
2/108
A-337 Royal to James
April 5, 1946
2/109
A-338 Letters Relating 1921-1946 WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
1921-1946
2/110
A-339 Letters on City of Everett Projects on Sultan River 1916-1949
1916-1949
2/111
A-340 Pollock to City of Hoquiam
Dec. 26, 1929
2/112
(copy) A-340 Pollock to City of Hoquiam
Dec. 26, 1926
2/113
A-341 News Release
June 7, 1954
2/114
A-342 Deschamps to Heg; Heg to Deschamps
July 8, 1958
2/115
A-343 Moore to Nordmark
Feb. 15, 1946
2/116
A-346 Annual Bulletin No. 35 Dept. of Fish
Dec. 1935
2/117
A-357 “Rules and Regulations to Govern Fishing In and Up on the Quinault Indian Reservation, Washington”
2/118
A-358 “Rules and Regulations Governing Fishing Rishts on the Nisqually Indian Reservation”
1940
2/119
A-359 Upchurch to Phillips Tahola Indian Agency BIA (RG 75)
Feb 26, 1941
2/120
A-360 Bitney to Commissioner of Indian Affairs
March 14, 1940
2/121
A-361 “Memorandum RE: Fishing Rights and Practices of Indian Tribes in Washington”
May 2, 1940
2/122
A-370 Stockley to Stream Improvement WA St. Dept. of Fisheries
Nov. 14, 1963
2/123
A-371 Benn to Royal WA. St. Dept. of Fish Records
April 7, 1948
2/124
A-372 Schoettler to Rossellini WA St. Dept. of Fish.
June 28, 1956
2/125
A-373 Letters on White River Dam: Hart to Supervisor of Fisheries, et. al.
2/126
A-374 Robsin to Johnson WA. St. Dept. of Fisheries
April 4, 1956
2/127
A-362 Nicholson to Bitney Tahola Indian Agency, BIA (RG 75)
2/128
A- 363 ‘Resolution” Tahola Indian Agency, BIA (RG 75)
Oct. 1948
2/129
A-364 Nicholson to Commissoner of Indian Affairs Tahola Indian Agency
Nov. 16, 1938
2/130
A-365 “The Nooksack River-Indian Fishery”
Feb. 1952
2/131
A-366 “Public Notice No. P-54-4” U.S. Army Engineers
Feb. 1, 1954
2/132
A-367 Stockley to Anderson WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records WA St. Archives
Feb. 28, 1959
2/133
A-368 “To Whom It May Concern”- Statement of Ralph Anderson
April 17, 1959
2/134
A-369 Stockley to Anderson WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
Jan. 26, 1961
2/135
A-375 Foster to Bans WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
July 3, 1944
2/136
A-376 Benn to Foster; Foster to Armstrong WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
July 14, 1944
2/137
A-377 Letters and Memos on Siebert Creek Culvert
June 15, 1946- Nov. 19, 1953
2/138
A-378 Mayhall to Brennan WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records WA St. Archives
Dec. 11, 1935
2/139
A-379 “Trip to the Upper Skagit River, Feb. 12-13, 1936” WA St. Fisheries Records
Feb. 12-13, 1936
2/140
A-380 Gulfer to Benn
Oct. 4, 1945
2/141
A-383 Smoker to Johnson, other memos
March 24, 1954; April 12, 1954
2/142
A-381 Frouett to Engineering Dept.
1945
2/143
A-382 “Skagit Fisheries Problems” Hurley
Oct. 1, 1946
2/144
A-385 Stockley to Pressy WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
April 29, 1959
2/145
A-384 “Skagit Area Catches” WA St. Dept. Fish. Records
Dec. 10, 1957
2/146
A-386 Moore to Biggs, et. al. WA St. Dept. of Fisheries
Jan. 24, 1961
2/147
A-387 Stockley to Kauffman WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
Feb. 16, 1962
2/148
A-388 “Notes on Protest on South Fork of Skokomish R” [ca 1926] WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
ca. 1926
2/149
A-389 “City of Tacoma- SF Skokomish River”
2/150
A-390 Newspaper Clippings WA St. Dept. of Fish Records 1944-1948
1944-1948
2/151
A-391 “Ordinance” WA St. Dept. of Fish Records 1946 c.a.
1946 c.a.
2/152
A-392 News Clipping- Tacoma Ledger
July 20, 1927
2/153
A-393 Pollock to Tiffany-Tiffany to Pollock
1927
2/154
A-394 Newspaper Clippings 1929 WA St. Dept. of Fisheries
1929
2/155
A-395 Freeman to Kizer WA St. Dept. of Fish
Feb. 6, 1936
2/156
A-396 Resolution-Hoods Canal Sportsman Association
July 1939
2/157
A-397 Moore to Troy WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records
2/158
A-398 Moore to Troy WA St. Dept. of Fisheries Records

Series II:  United States v. Washington Civil Case 9213 Documents, circa 1970-1978 Return to Top

Series II contains documentation including depositions, witness lists, memoranda, and other information that appear to directly pertain to United States v. Washington Civil Case 9213.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/1
B-33 A Brief History of the Salmon Fishing and Canning Industry on Puget Sound
May 1, 1973
3/2
A Catalog of Washington Streams and Salmon Utilization Volume 1 Puget Sound Region, WA Dept. of Fisheries
Nov. 1975
3/3
USA District Court v. Washington St. Civil No. 9213
Dec. 1977
3/4
USA et al. v. Washington St. Civil No. 9213 Phase II Statement of Position
3/5
A Brief History of the Salmon Fishing and Canning industry on Puget Sound R.P. Thomas, Economics, University of Washington
May 1, 1973
3/6
History of Laws and Regulations Relating to Puget Sound Salmon Fisheries 1889-1950
January 1972
3/7
United States District Court at Tacoma Western District of Washington Civil No. 9213 Phase II, USA v. Washington St.
3/8
United States Attorney; Hon. William H. Orrick Jr. U.S. District Judge; Re: U.S. et al. v. State of Washington et al. From Michael R. Thorpe, John C. Merkel
Jun 9, 1978
3/9
USA et al. Plaintiffs v. State of Washington Defendants Civil No. 9213, Plaintiff’s Initial Statement
3/10
All Witnesses, Attorneys and Staff; From Michael R. Thorp, Attorney;Phase II US v. Washington Civil No. 9213
Nov. 11, 1977
3/11
USA et al. v. State of Washington Civil No. 9213 Phase II Defendants’ Initial Statement of the Issues
3/12
Various Letters 9213 Phase II, Dr. Keith A. Murray from John Merkel, Michael R. Thorp
3/13
“Who’s Killing the Salmon?” Bruce Brown
3/14
United States of America, et al., vs. State of WA No. 9213 Phase II Deposition upon oral exam of James Mullan
3/15
USA v. Washington No. 9213- Phase II Deposition upon oral exam of Percy Dodson
3/16
List of Witnesses USA v. Washington No. 9213 USDC WD Washington Phase II
3/17
Outline of Historical Sketch of WA St. Fisheries
3/18
To: All Witnesses, Attorneys, and Staff working on Phase II, From: Michael R. Thorp Attorney
April 28, 1978
3/19
United States of America, et al., Plaintiffs, State of Washington, et al., No. 9213-II Plaintiffs’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgment
3/20
USA, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Washington, et al., Defendants No. 9213-II Plaintiffs’ Supplemental Memorandum in Support of Motion for Partial Summary Judgment
3/21
November 7, 1978 United States Government Memorandum Michael R. Thorp, Attorney, Department of Justice USA v. State of Washington
3/22
United States District Court, Western District of Washington, USA v. Washington No. 9213-II Plaintiffs’ List of Witnesses Hatchery Fish Issue
3/23
Rough Draft-History of Fisheries in Washington State
3/24
Rough Draft on History of Fishing
3/25
Index Miscellaneous Documents US v. Washington Civil No. 9213
3/26
United States District Court, Western District of Washington, United States, et al. Plaintiffs v. State of Washington No. 9213 Phase II- Deposition John Andrew Miller
3/27
Taholah Agency SFARC
3/28
Comprehensive Syllabus of Papers dealing with Historical Sketch of WA St. Fisheries
3/29
Robert Ficken, Elmo Richardson, Harold K. Steen- Bureau of Indian Affairs and Forestry on the Quinault Indian Reservation, A History of Santa Cruz
1977
3/30
History of Papers Dealing with Salmon Sketch Industry 1883-1925
3/31
United States of America, et al., v. State of Washington Civil No. 9213
3/32
United States District Court Western District, USA v. State of Washington Civil No. 9213-Complaint for Declaratory Judgment
3/33
A Brief History of the Salmon Fishing and Canning Industry on Puget Sound, Robert Paul Thomas, Economics Department, University of Washington
May 1, 1973
3/34
United States District Court, Western District at Tacoma, USA v. Washington State Civil No. 9213- Deposition Glenn H. Fiedler
3/35
USA et al, v. Washington Civil Case No. 9213 Phase II Pretrial Schedule: Designation of Interrogatories Requests for Production and Witness List
3/36
USA v. Washington Civil No. 9213 Briefing Schedule, Motion for Summary Judgment on Environmental Issue
3/37
United States District Court Western District of Washington Civil Case No. 9213-II Partial Summary Judgment
3/38
United States District Court Western District of Washington Civil No. 9213-II-Hatchery Fish
3/39
Historical Sketches of Individual Washington States Hatcheries Taken from Annual Reports and Bulletins of the State Department of Fisheries, 1890-1972, Howard Droker
1890-1972
3/40
History of Tide Lands Development in Puget Sound Deltas, Howard Droker
3/41
History Introduction Development of Fisheries in WA St.
3/42
Specific Historical Problem in Individual Streams Hoh River, Hoko, Puyallup, Hood, Nooksack, White, Skagit
3/43
NW17C Rough Draft Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Preliminary Report- WA St. Hatcheries
3/44
Index Historical Documents US v. Washington Civil Case No. 9213
3/45
Annual reports of Fish (and sometimes Game) Commissioners and Directors
3/46
Administrative State Governors RG-II WA St. Archives
3/47
(no label) Various letters, hatchery reports

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation--History--Sources
  • Indians of North America--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Fisheries--Pacific States--History--Sources
  • Salmon canning industry--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Salmon industry--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Salmon fisheries--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Salmon--Conservation--Northwest, Pacific--History--Sources

Geographical Names

  • Salish Sea (B.C. and Wash.)--History--Sources
  • Washington (State)--History--Sources

Other Creators

  • Personal Names
    • Murray, Keith A.--Archives (creator)