Volume 62, No. 3
10 - FIRE IN THE MOUNTAIN: THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, PART I - by Sean Mitchell
The NWPRR, once the economic lifeline to Humboldt County, opened one hundred years ago
22 - “LITTLE FAWN”: DOROTHY ALLEN GABY & THE INDIAN MARATHON OF 1927 - by Margaret Wooden, with Adrian Gilkisen
Dorothy Allen of Orleans finds herself pronounced “Indian Princess of the Redwood Highway”and embarks on an unexpected adventure.
26 - LOLETA - by Jerry Rohde
A history of Loleta, adapted from Jerry Rohde’s new book, Both Sides of the Bluff: History of Humboldt County Places: 1.
32 - THE (ONGOING) TRAGEDY OF TANOAKS - HISTORY’S MYSTERIES - by Barry Evans
The tanoak, once harvested to near-extinction on the West Coast, faces a new peril today.
35 - SWITCHES IN THE SCHOOLHOUSE - YOU DIDN’T HEAR IT FROM ME - by Louella Parsnips
Old-time disciplinary method backfires.
38 - MY FATHER THE SENATOR - by Irwin Thomas Quinn, Jr.
The author’s father, born at Table Bluff, represented Humboldt County as State Senator, District 3, from 1936 to 1948.