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March 26, 1914: John Faming came in from Etolin Island last Thursday night. Mr. Faming has spent the last year prospecting on that island and this is the first time he has been in town since last fall. He has some samples with him of a ledge of free milling gold that he predicts will run $200 per ton. If this is true, he has made a great find, but as the weather has been unfavorable, he was unable to prospect it very fully.

March 24, 1939: Relief funds totaling $9,452.00 have been allocated to Wrangell, according to word received Saturday by L.B. Chisolm, city clerk, from H.G. Watson, secr...



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