Alexander Wetmore- Alaska, 1911
About the Project
Collection expeditions are important to supporting the conservation of birds and mammals, but did you know that wildlife practices have an economic impact, too? That's one of many angles that Alexander Wetmore investigated in this collection of personal notes from Alaska, 1911. Together with photos and expense reports are Wetmore's personal notes about fox farming, fur trading, and other wildlife practices, which he presented to the Division of Economic Investigations.
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