Craigbrook NFH historic photo at National Fish and Aquatic Conservation Archives.JPG

A historic 1870's photo shows a line of wooden troughs with a man standing at the rear in bibs and a hat. Behind the man is a hill with trees and two houses on it, and two women wearing white dresses walking up the hill.

Craigbrook NFH historic photo at National Fish and Aquatic Conservation Archives.JPG

This historic image from the 1870's shows one of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services oldest National Fish Hatcheries, Craig Brook, located in Maine. The wooden troughs had water running through them with small salmon fingerlings. This image is one sample of thousands and blueprints, annual reports, stocking records, and more are also stored at the National Fish & Aquatic Conservation Archives.
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