Short Stories

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Dunsmuir in 1952

cover photo: Caltrans District 2 Siskiyou County Dunsmuir, Cedar Street 1940’s Siskiyou County, Cedar Street … By Harriet Alto When I first arrived in Dunsmuir in the late summer of 1952, it was the largest town in Siskiyou with a population of 5,000. Dunsmuir Elementary School was “bursting at the […]

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Shasta Sovereign: January 2024 Publication of Inspiration

DRAWING ON INSPIRATIONcover photo: The Always Reinventive Spilly Gypsy Shasta Sovereign, we continually aspire to inspire pursuits of creativity. See our Current Topic for an idea on what to share. Also peruse our Publications, Book Reviews, and Wellness Articles. We look forward to hearing from you.  How do I share?Email us at [email protected] Shasta Sovereign Source: Https://www.shastasovereign.com

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Road Trip: Happy Camp, CA

Happy Camp was so named by miners in the early days of prosperity.[4] It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.[5] H.C. Chester, who interviewed Jack Titus in 1882–83, states that Titus named the camp because his partner James Camp, upon arriving there, exclaimed, “This is the happiest day in […]