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The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

October 23, 1919 The merchants of Wrangell have been busy the past week outfitting loggers and trappers. In view of the shortage in many American furs, as well as in certain of the foreign pelts, it is expected that the prices of fur this coming...

 

The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

October 16, 1919 Almost the entire town turned out Sunday to witness the launching of Walter Waters’ new boat, Princess Pat, which took place from William Fletcher’s boat shop. The boat was shipped knocked down from the De Foe Company of Grand Ra...

 

Police report

October 7 Sprinkler alarm Citizen assist: SAR Agency assist: Alarm Suspicious vehicle Trespass October 8 Courtesy transport Traffic complaint Citizen assist October 9 Traffic complaint Welfare check Citizen assist Traffic stop citations issued to...

 

The Way We Were

October 9, 1919 The Town of Wrangell now owns the float at the rear of the Wrangell hotel. A year ago the council took an option for one year on the float, paying Mr. Grant $50, which amount was to apply on the purchase price of $500 in case the...

 

The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

October 2, 1919 The launch, Sarabel, in charge of L.L. Wyatt left Point Warde Wednesday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wyatt and two children for Wrangell, but before the entrance to the back channel was reached they had the misfortune to strike a...

 

The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

September 25, 1919 At the meeting of Alaska Labor Union No. 10 to be held Saturday night delegates will be elected to the first territorial convention of the Alaska Labor Union, which will convene in Juneau Oct. 10. At present there is no...

 

The Way We Were

September 18, 1919 Improvements which will be of valuable aid to navigation on the Stikine are soon to begin, according to G.B Hull, district engineer, Department of Public Works, who arrived from Prince Rupert a few days ago. Mr. Hull recently made...

 

The Way We Were : In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

September 11, 1919 One of the prettiest war souvenirs we have seen was received this week by Wrangell man, O. A. Brown, from the American Can Company. The shell is of brass, over three inches in diameter and 2 ½ feet in length. The following note...

 

Northern lights over Wrangell

The northern lights could be seen shining over Wrangell last week. Many people came out of their homes late at night to catch a glimpse of them. Pictured here are the lights, and the big dipper,...

 

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