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The Way We Were

 


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

March 4, 1915: Tom Tamaree and his wife arrived in Wrangell Monday. Mr. Tamaree is a watchman at the garnet ledge at the mouth of the Stikine. Saturday night a pack of hungry wolves surrounded his residence. Mr. Tamaree used his rifle freely, but was unable to frighten the wolves away any distance. On Sunday the gasboat Irene B came along and Mr. and Mrs. Tamaree took passage to Wrangell, leaving garnet ledge in charge of the wolves. Charlie Olson killed a black bear at Porcupine cut-off on the Stikine River last week. He took two cubs which he...



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