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Joseph Burr Tyrell (1858-1957), Fish caught in a small stream near Churchill [Manitoba, Canada], [Albums relating to Geological Survey expeditions, Photographs, 1894], 1894, 4 October, Black and white print, University of Toronto, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, Digital ID: P10543, LL/41411
316.01   Fish in the nineteenth century
Fishing as a leisure activity
316.02   Fishing in the nineteenth century
Scientific understanding
316.03   U.S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Woods Hole, Mass. - 1871
316.04   Sandra J. Raredon (NMNH): X-Rays of fish
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