National Geographic : 1917 Sep
00 Photograph from U. S.Bureau ofFisheries HAUL-SEINING ON THE COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON REMOVING THE SALMON FROM THE NET The number of wholesome fish which can be used for food is astonishing, even to people who arefamiliar with fish, because the general public knows only a few varieties and neglects several times as many more which are just as wholesome and usually cheaper. Intheconsumption of fish we stand far behind some of the other nations. A nation-wide movement for the popularization offrozen fish isrecommended forthis winter. Thousands of tons of this product have been sent from New England to feed the armies ofEurope.