Volume 58, No. 2
8 - THE REMARKABLE SAGA OF THE COO - PERS OF COOPERS MILLS, HYDESVILLE - by Rusty Bittermann
Three generations of the Cooper family built a ship and set sail to California in 1949 to start a new life. Their inspired preparations and plans could not prevent the losses that awaited them.
18 - THE FIRST TUGBOAT ON HUMBOLDT BAY - by Marvin Shepherd
A pilot tug was a ship’s best hope for making it across Humboldt Bar, and Captain Buhne was the bar’s best pilot. An excerpt from a new biography of H. H. Buhne.
23 - SCOTIA BAND CELEBRATES 75TH ANNIVERSARY - by Gil Cline
Professor Cline salutes Humboldt’s longest enduring band.
26 - HUMBOLDT BASEBALL - by Jack Nash
Doings on the diamond from the Blue Stockings to the Crabs.
30 - HISTORIC PRESERVATION AT THE BARNUM HOUSE
Repairing a fragile century-old leaded glass bay
window is a risk Bill Hole and team were pre- pared to take.
32 ADVENTURES IN SALYER WITH UNCLE CHARLIE MARSHALL - by Linda DeLong
Join the author on a trip to Salyer with the Salyer family. Refreshments will be served!
38 RIDING THE RAILS WITH CLIO THE HOBO — THE PRESENCE OF THE PAST — by Jerry Rohde
It’s not every day you get to ride the rails with the muse of history.