Summer 2018, Available June 1
Summer 2018 Cover Story
The Hoopa Valley Adobe:
How One Humboldt Community Has Chosen to Reclaim a Symbol of Historic Oppression
A resource teacher at Captain John High School, Molly O’Gorman, left, works with two students, Annette Moon, center, and Stephanie Lewis, right, to mix adobe brick compound for repairing the Hoopa Adobe.
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Summer 2018: Volume 66, No. 2
Restoring the Hoopa Valley Adobe: How One Humboldt Community has Chosen to Reclaim a Symbol of Historic Oppression
Morgan Rhea Harvey
Embarking upon a unique endeavor in the Hoopa Valley.
The Story of Two Soldiers
Lester M. Cook
The author’s father, George Cook, left a diary of his WWI experiences, which happened to parallel those of Karl Nilsen, whose story appeared in the Fall 2017 Humboldt Historian.
Antone Louis Pegolotti, 1924-2018
Remembering a brother’s endearing gruffness and other uniquely loveable qualities.
A Free Year of Forest Bathing
Celebrating one hundred years of Save the Redwoods League, and looking ahead to the next one hundred years of preservation.
The Ray Brothers, the Kinsey Family, and Boy Scout Troop no. 54
Jeremiah Scott, Jr.
A history of honor and tradition endures on the East Branch Eel.
Stuart Jackson Titlow: Arcata Postmaster, 1933-1941
Robert T. Titlow
The surprisingly tricky path to postmaster in 1930s Arcata.
Aunt Prim’s Homestead Ingenuity
Rowetta Stapp Miller
Prim Burke's strength and independence have carried her through adventures and heartache.