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Einar Valdthjov von Krogh Beyer

Einar Valdthjov von Krogh Beyer

Mann 1870 - 1960  (90 år)


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Fra boken: The saga of Haakon Beyer Friele Chapter II - Einar Beyer


Media TitleFra boken: The saga of Haakon Beyer Friele Chapter II - Einar Beyer
Media NotesEinar Beyer was born in Bergen in 1871 and passed away in Seattle in 1961, the brother of Haakon's mother. He never married and took a spesial interest in the three fatherless sons of his sister. He lived in Hamburg, Germany for many years, employed by a firm in the fish business and the three boys spent vacation periods with him in Hamburg.

He went to San Francisco on his first trip to the United States in 1906 arriving a few days after the great earthquake and fire in that city, for the purpose of purchasing mild-cured salmon caught and paced on the Sacramento River, for his company in Germany. He later decided to establish an American company and operate salmon canneries in Southeastern Alaska under the name of Southern Alaska Canning Company. This company failed during the 1921 depression and he later formed Northern Products Company, purchasing mildcured salmon for export and sale in the United States. He resided in Seattle for many years and in later years lived in New Yourk but still maintained his office in Seattle. He was Norwegian Consul in Seattle and became a prominent figure in the Norwegian colony.

Uncle Einar took a spesial interest in his nephew, Haakon, and invited him to Seattle in the fall of 1916 for the purpose of training him for a career in the fishing industry in Alaska.
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