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Remember When for the week of 11/22/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian
 

75 YEARS AGO..........1938

St. Johns Catholic Church in Quincy, which was built earlier this year, will be dedicated Sunday.

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Remember When for the week of 11/15/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian
11/15/2013
 

75 YEARS AGO......1938

The United States Forest Service bridge across the Middle Fork of the Feather River at Layman Bar, swept away in last years floods, has been replaced by a 60 foot steel span bridge, well above the high water mark.

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Remember When for the week of 11/7/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian

 

75 YEARS AGO......1938

The memory of Jobe Taylor, founder of Taylorsville, will be perpetuated when a stone monument is dedicated on the site of his original home November 6. Located near the school on Main Street and Anne Street, the monument marker is made from grist mill stones that were brought around Cape Horn in 1856. Plumas Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West erected and dedicated the monument.

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Remember When for the week of 11/1/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian

 

75 YEARS AGO......1938

If the sample ballots for the November election delivered this week to Plumas County Clerk John Donnenwirth had weighed 50 pounds more, there would have been exactly a ton of them. The Plumas County Clerk’s office postage bill for mailing the sample ballots to the county’s 6000 voters was $158.00.

Soaking rains this week brought an end to the years high fire hazard in the Plumas National Forest. Small mudslides occurred on the Feather River Highway near Pulga and Jarbo Gap.

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Remember When for the week of 10/25/2013

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian
 

75 YEARS AGO..........1938

  The Standart Mine near Greenville is milling 80 tons of ore daily. Ore is coming from a tunnel 2400 feet long, employing 30 local men.

  The new Gulf Red Cedar Company being built in Greenville will produce pencil stock that will be shipped to Germany and Czecho-Slovakia.

  Commercial cutting of Christmas trees in the Plumas National Forest will not be permitted this year due to scarcity of trees in the Plumas National Forest, however individual cutting will be allowed.

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