Volume 64, No. 1
Humboldt's Uncivil War
James R. Garrison
The author brings together the major aspects of the long Indian-white conflict of 1850s and 1860s Humboldt, showing how each element affected the outcome.
Hiking Through History: History's Mysteries
Join the author on a hike to Grasshopper Peak, with a stop at Johnson Camp.
The Story Catchers of Southern Humboldt
Pliny Earle Goddard and C. Hart Merriam: called by fleeting voices of the past.
Steel Stay Stays Bullet: You Didn't Hear it From Me
The Lockhart case provided plenty of prattle for the chinwaggers.
The Tanoak Tree: An Environmental History of a Pacific Coast Hardwood by Frederica Bowcutt
A Book Review
Anna Elizabeth Larson
Anna Elizabeth began her working life at age eleven in her homeland of Sweden. For her next job, at age fifteen, she came all the way to Arcata.
Adolph Barry Adams
St Clair Adams
A. B. Adams sailed from Australia to Eureka at age fourteen. He would become Justice of the Peace during Prohibition.