Volume 58, No. 4
10 - A DISTANT HORIZON CALLED HOME - by Suzanne Forsyth
After escaping Nazi Germany, Dr. Kurt Munch- heimer chose the most distant horizon America could offer as a safe haven for his family—Rio Dell, California.
20 - THE SEA CAPTAIN’S ODYSSEY - A Book Review
Marvin Shepherd’s new biography of Humboldt’s premier sea captain, H. H. Buhne.
22 - HUMBOLDT HEARTLAND - by Andy Westfall
An excerpt from Andy Westfall’s new book about Humboldt’s family ranchers, Humboldt Heartland.
28 - THE DREAM OF HISTORY - THE PRESENCE OF THE PAST - by Jerry Rohde
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.
30 - A WINTER’S WALK - by Bob Wunner
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.
35 - PETER PHILIPSEN AND THE HUMBOLDT CREAMERY - by Myrtle Philipsen
The story of the man who organized the Humboldt Creamery Association.