Herring and People of the North Pacific: Sustaining a Keystone Species

Herring and People of the North Pacific: Sustaining a Keystone Species
Herring and People of the North Pacific: Sustaining a Keystone Species

By Thomas Thornton, professor of environment and society, University of Alaska Southeast, and Madonna Moss, UO professor of anthropology

Combining ethnological, historical, archaeological, and political perspectives with comparative reference to other North Pacific cultures, Herring and People of the North Pacific: Sustaining a Keystone Species traces fishery development in Southeast Alaska from precontact Indigenous relationships with herring to postcontact focus on herring products.

University of Washington Press, 2021