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September 3, 1914: Forest Supervisor Weigle was in town for a few days last week, and while here he went over and inspected the new Stikine trail. He reports the work as about finished, all that is left is a little rock and bridge work. This new trail is one of the greatest conveniences the government could give to the miners in the interior, and the Forest Service and Mr. Weigle in particular deserve great credit for the way they have overcome the many obstacles and built the trail. Signs will be posted on the river telling travelers where the...

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