A Distant Horizon Called Home
After escaping Nazi Germany, Dr. Kurt Munchheimer chose the most distant horizon America could offer as a safe haven for his family—Rio Dell, California.
The Sea Captain’s Odyssey
A Book Review
Marvin Shepherd’s new biography of Humboldt’s premier sea captain, H. H. Buhne.
An excerpt from Andy Westfall’s new book about Humboldt’s family ranchers, Humboldt Heartland.
The Dream of History -The Presence of Past
The author talks about the importance of place, and reviews Dennis and Gloria Turner’s new and revised edition of Place Names of Humboldt County.
A Winter’s Walk
While hiking the Lost Coast in a storm on the winter solstice, the author reflects on the different ways “lost” applies to events in its history.
Peter Philipsen and the Humboldt Creamery
The story of the man who organized the Humboldt Creamery Association.