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The Way We Were

 


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

May 20, 1915: The new river boat Tyconda arrived up from the south last Saturday morning. Capt. Kildahl, one of the best known navigators of the coast, piloted the vessel up from Seattle. The Tyconda is a trim stern wheeler and is just the right size for work on the Stikine and undoubtedly will be a success. The vessel made an experiment trip on the river last Sunday, taking a small party up as far as Andrews Creek and left again on Monday morning for her initial trip to Telegraph. On the trip she has five tons of freight and one passenger. On...



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