NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Baird, S.F. 1878. Report of the U.S. Fish Commission for 1875-1876. Goverment Printing Office, Washington.
Reference Number: 1499
Author: Baird, S.F.
Date (year): 1878
Report TitleReport of the U.S. Fish Commission for 1875-1876.
Publisher:Goverment Printing Office, Washington.
Alosa sapidissima AL - Alabama River at Montgomery AR - White River at Newport CO - Platte River at Denver IA - Des Moines River at Ottumwa IA - Des Moines River at Des Moines IL - Calumet River, south of Chicago IL - Rock River, Rockford IN - White River, Indianapolis IN - Wabash River at Logansport IN - St. Joseph River at Elkhart LA - Notalbany River at Tickfaw MI - Detroit River at Detroit MI - Grand River at Ionia MI - Shiawassee River at Corunna MN - Mississippi River at St. Paul MS - Pearl River at Jackson MS - Yazoo River at Abbeville NY - Allegheny River at Salamanca OH - Cuyahoga River at Kent OH - Ashtabula River at Ashtabula OH - Grand River at Eagleville OH - Sandusky River at Fremont OH - Buckinghela River [Bokengehalas] at Bellefontaine OH - Scioto River at Columbus OH - Black River at Elyria OH - Huron River at Monroeville OH - Muskingum River at Bayard OH - Muskingum River at Zanesville PA - Monongahela River at Greensburg TN - Cumberland River at Nashville TN - Holston River at Knoxville TN - Eastanalbee River at Athens TN - Tennessee River at Chattanooga TN - Forked Deer River at Jackson TN - Big Hatchee River at Brownsville TX - Brazos River at Hempstead TX - Colorado River at Austin UT - Salt Lake VA - New River at Central Station (=Radford?) [Location approximate, hand plotted] VT - Otter Creek at Vergennes, Lake Champlain drainage VT - Winooski at Burlington VT - Missisquoi River at Swanton VT - Lamoille River at Georgia WI - Fox River at Appleton WV - Greenbrier River at Ronceverte
Coregonus maraena MI - Gardner's Lake, Otsego County, a small deep lake (not found on map)
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