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Clark, G., A.J. Kellogg, J.J. Bagley, and G.H. Jerome. 1874. State of Michigan. First report of the state commissioners and superintendent, on state fisheries, for 1873-4, ending December 1st, 1874. W.S. George and Company, Lansing, MI.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24746
Type: Report
Author: Clark, G., A.J. Kellogg, J.J. Bagley, and G.H. Jerome.
Date (year): 1874
Report TitleState of Michigan. First report of the state commissioners and superintendent, on state fisheries, for 1873-4, ending December 1st, 1874.
Publisher:W.S. George and Company, Lansing, MI
Publisher Location:
Pages: 46 pp.
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Keywords: Michigan, stocking, salmon
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa sapidissima

    IN - St. Joseph River at Elkhart
    MI - Detroit River at Detroit
    MI - Grand River at Ionia
    MI - Shiawassee River at Corunna
    MI - Raisin River, below Monroe
    MI - St. Joseph River, at Niles
    MI - Long Lake

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha

    MI - Sand Creek
    MI - Gull Lake, about 10 miles NE of Kalamazoo, MI
    MI - East Branch [=North Branch] Kalamazoo River
    MI - Sandstone Creek
    MI - Grand River

Salmo salar

    MI - Lord's [=Hammond] Lake
    MI - Orchard Lake
    MI - Walled Lake (about 5 mi SW of Pontiac, MI)
    MI - Muskegon River, at Reed City.
    MI - South Branch Manistee River [=Pine River].
    MI - Kalamazoo River, at Mosherville.
    MI - Whittemore [=Whitmore] Lake.
    MI - Gun Lake
    MI - Diamond Lake
    MI - Barron Lake
    MI - Grand River, at Jackson.
    MI - Lime Lake
    MI - Springs and steams tributary to Dowagiac Creek
    MI - Higgins Lake
    MI - St. Marys River, from about three miles above the Sault Ste. Marie ship canal.


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