Fort Seward, c. 1920
Fort Seward, view west (Stine)
While I think the photos are amazing, those familiar with this blog will understand that I can’t resist referring folks to the early history of Fort Seward.
For a location description and more, see wikipedia.
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The Lucy Young that witnessed the killing of Chief Lassic was a different Lucy Young than the one that died at Humboldt Bay. Lucy Young died as a very old woman. She lived at Covelo.
Yes, the Lucy I write about here was Lucy “Romero” for lack of a better way to distinguish her.
There was also Lucy Thompson, who wrote the book…
There were, unfortunately, many, many Lucys with many sad stories to tell…
Hi Lynette: Do you know where this bridge was located in relationship to Boehne’s Camp an the modern bridge? My father’s family camped there in the 30s and 40s.
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