He also traded lumber for traditional commodities such as eulachon
grease (March 1889).
Throughout the summer, these ambitious mariners crisscrossed Hecate Strait, trading for eulachon
oil to enrich their diet and raiding for captive slaves to enrich their economy.
Alaskan Natives report that the whales feed there on migrating fish, predominantly eulachon
(Thaleichthys pacificus) and Pacific salmon (Huntington, 2000), which have been identified in stomach contents of harvested whales (Moore et al.
A common autumn treat among the Tsimsian of Canada's west coast is a mixture of blueberries and a fat made from the boiled oil of the eulachon
The confluence of land and water ensured a bountiful food supply for the inhabitants, who fished for salmon, halibut, cod, and the small, oily fish known as eulachon
5) The candlefish, also called the eulachon
Along the Northwest Pacific coast, into Alaska, heavy runs of salmon, dried for year-round supply, were eaten with eulachon
fish oil, supplemented by halibut, other fish, cultivated roots and tubers, berries, and mountain game.
Eagles are attracted to the Copper River Delta by huge runs of little schooling fish called eulachon
in the pre-contact time period, except with respect to eulachon
Of these 10 species, 5 have been recorded from the inland marine waters of the Salish Sea, including Puget Sound and the Straits of Juan de Fuca and Georgia (Hart 1973): Whitebait Smelt (Allosmerus elongatus), Surf Smelt (Hypomesus pretiosus), Capelin (Mallotus villosus), Longfin Smelt (Spirinchus thaleichthys), and Eulachon
The tighter spacing, ODFW reports, keeps out a small, threatened fish called eulachon
4] microsatellites in geoduck or eulachon
(data not shown) at RT.