The New International Encyclopædia/Sacramento Pike

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SACRAMENTO PIKE. A large, greenish chub, two to four feet in length (Ptychocheilus Oregonensis), which abounds in the rivers of the Pacific Coast, and is used as food. Other names are ‘squaw-fish’ and ‘chappaul.’ See Plate of Dace and Minnows.