Life in Humboldt During World War I
James R. Garrison
This article detailing the many responses of Humboldters to WWI was originally presented by the author as a speech on Armistice Day 2018, to the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka.
On the Delicate Matter of Terminology
How we use the term “concentration camp”.
A.W. Ericson: Family Stories
The home and Arcata family life of Humboldt County's most well-known early photographer is shared by his great-granddaughter.
The Eureka NAACP, Yesterday and Today
The Eureka NAACP has been a steady presence championing civil rights on the North Coast since 1952. The group has experienced an unprecedented growth in membership since 2016.
Hartsook Highlights and Heartbreaks
It was the 1920s, the automobile was freeing city-dwellers and the new redwood highway was beckoning them to the enchanted forests of the North Coast. Fred Hartsook answered that call, and fell under that spell.
World War I Memories
Thomas S. Monroe, with an introduction by Catherine Mace
Career soldier Thomas H. Monroe, Sr., recalls his service as a major in the "Sightseeing 6th."