A History of West End
The little world of West End and how it developed, with particular emphasis on the history of two families, the Kellys and the Leaveys.
Fish Wars on the Eel
In the 1880s, fishery experts, the general public, and even some cannery officials warned that unbridled slaughter would lead to total depletion of fish resources.
Kiwelattah Through the Eyes of Seven Settlers
An examination of the first-person accounts left by white settlers who met Kiwelattah.
The author traces Kiwelattah's lineage through clues in newspapers and public records..
A Pioneer Philanthropist
Charlie Blake describes his pioneer family's adventures as they carve out a life on Christmas Prairie, in the mountains east of Blue Lake, in the 1880s.
The Kinds of History We Keep: Greyhounds, Lyonses, and Sheep
Sensational stories may attract attention, but the defeats and victories of "ordinary" lives are what give meaning to history.