Volume 64, No. 3
Anna Elizabeth Larson, Part II
As the author continues her mother's life story, fifteen-year-old Anna Elizabeth Larson travels from her home in Sweden to Arcata to work as a maid. Her family in Sweden believes she will soon be rich.
The Lowell C. Allen Memorial Bridge
Jeremiah Scott, Jr.
A bridge is dedicated to a longtime bridge builder.
Zipporah Russ and the Journey to Fern Cottage
For most of the first twelve years of her married life, Zipporah Russ lived in the back country on a slope above a tributary of the Bear River, often alone with her children. Then came Fern Cottage.
The Water Tank: Dismantling a Landmark
Loni D. Hollenbeck
"The great thing was, I knew it so well. The problem was . . . I knew it so well."
Six Rivers National Forest: The Name Nobody Will go to War Over
Naming Humboldt's back-country.
South Park: Race Tracks, Hotel, Auto Camp, Auto Court, and Motel
The many faces of South Park from 1869 to 1920.
Eureka Auto Courts
Karen Campbell Hendricks
The The motorized era in full flower.