Humboldt County Historical Society

Library Lecture Series

Monthly Programs Sponsored by the Humboldt County Historical Society

HCHS Events: Library Lecture Series

Library Lecture Programs sponsored and organized by the Humboldt County Historical Society are hosted at Humboldt County Library's main branch in Eureka on the first Saturday of every month (July, August, and February excluded). The programs are always FREE but capacity is limited - come early to reserve a seat!

 

 

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Timber Heritage Association - Past, Present & Future with Pete Johnston

  • Humboldt County Library 1313 3rd St Eureka, California (map)

Pete Johnston will present the lecture on Saturday, June 1st at 1:00 p.m. in the first-floor conference room of the Humboldt County Library, 1313 Third Street, Eureka. Admission is free and the public is invited!

Learn about how the Timber Heritage Association is fulfilling its mission to preserve Humboldt County’s rich timber history for future generations, and, in the process, bring a world class museum to the shores of Humboldt Bay. Johnston looks at the past, present and future goals of the Association as well, including an excursion train around Humboldt Bay to help Humboldt become a tourist destination.

Steam donkey near Bear River and Mattole River area. Photo courtesy of HSU Humboldt Room Special Collection.