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The Way We Were

 


October 12, 1916: The Kicksetti totem on Front Street which is the property of Willis Hoagland, is having its cracks filled with putty and will be repainted in its original colors. The work is being done by William Tamaree. This should be only the beginning of the movement to preserve the totem poles of this region. Fred Wilson, manager of the sawmill, last Saturday received a cable order for 10,000 salmon boxes from C.J. Carlson of Taku harbor. The prospects are that the Wrangell sawmill will run later this season than ever before, and also that this season’s cut will be the largest of a...



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