Fall 2018: Available September 1
Layers of Coercion: Japanese-American Draft Resisters Interned During the Second World War
"We are a nation of immigrants .. No man or woman can honestly give the pledge of allegiance if there is reserved an intolerance as to a fellow citizen's color or creed." - Judge Goodman, 1946
Masaaki Kuwabara (right) was exonerated by Judge Goodman in Eureka.
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Past and current issues of the Humboldt Historian are available through our bookstore in Eureka. Current Issues are also available locally at Northtown Books and Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata.
Cleaning Humboldt: Bertain's Laundry, 1906-1992
The Bertains find a home and a purpose in Humboldt County.
Arrival of the 5th Larson Offspring
Vivian Larson Ziegler
The Larson family had seemed complete with two girls and two boys, but it wasn't quite.
Layers of Coercion: Interned Japanese American Draft Resisters in WWII
After being imprisoned in concentration camps by their own government, young Japanese-American men were drafted. Some resisted and were put on trial. One of those trials took place in Eureka.
Growing Up in Beatrice
Oscar J. Johanson
Making a home, running a shingle mill, and keeping school open in a small immigrant community.
Restoration of Historic St. Bernard Church
In the wake of tragedy, St. Bernard parishioners pull together to complete a major restoration.
"With This Rolling Pin, I Claim My Destiny," and The Point of Jell-O Salad
Isabelle and Elsa du Moulin
Welcome to Thanksgiving on Humboldt Hill.