Primary tourism site for Cannery Row
The site illustrates how Cannery Row has grown through the years and discusses its continued plans for expansion.
The official website of the Cannery Row Foundation
The Cannery Row Foundation seeks to preserve the unique history of Cannery Row through offering exhibits and memorials that celebrate Cannery Row culture and life.
Download authentic Cannery Row sardine labels. Sardineking specializes in old Cannery Row, Monterey, California sardine can labels from the 1920-1940s.
The History Company
Established 1983, The History Company provides historic research, heritage marketing, and literary fiction and historical fiction services. Specifically, visitors to the site may find information and tourism surrounding Cannery Row. The site features the book CANNERY ROW: The History of John Steinbeck's Old Ocean View Avenue by Michael Kenneth Hemp. It also offers historic tours of the street that inspired Cannery Row lead by Hemp.
The Sardine Factory
An historic restaurant built in the heart of Cannery Row.
Ed Stephan of Western Washington University's Sociology department
Chapter-by-chapter summary of the novel and a map of actual locations in Cannery Row.
Astro, Richard. “Steinbeck's Post-War Trilogy: A Return to Nature and the Natural Man.” Twentieth Century Literature. Apr 1970: 109-122.
Blake, Graham. “The Re-creation of Cannery Row.” Startitup.org. 2001.
Huelga, L. “Cannery Row Conservation District.” City of Monterey. 06 Apr. 2004.
Levy, Sharon. “Cannery Row Revisited.” Bioscience. January 2007: 8-13.
Masters, Ryan. “The First Eco-Writer.” Monterey County Weekly. 05 Aug. 2004.
Montagne, Renee. “Ed Ricketts and the 'Dream' of Cannery Row: The Legacy of Steinbeck's 'Doc' Endures in Monterey.” NPR.org. 07 May 2003.
Robison, Bruce H. “Mavericks on Cannery Row.” AmericanScientist.org. 2004. 12 July 2008.