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The Way We Were


In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

March 11, 1915: Mrs. J. Hyland and her sister Miss E. Philips and their friend Miss E. Roberts arrived Saturday night from Telegraph Creek. The party made the trip over the ice from Telegraph to the mouth of the river. Three sleighs and fifteen dogs in charge of three Indian mushers were used in making the trip. The party encountered a blizzard between the boundary and salt water, but all stood the trip well. Mrs. Hyland brought out a number of fur pelts, black fox, etc. The party left on the Jefferson northbound, Mrs. Hyland going to Juneau on...

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