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May 27, 1916 – The picnic and clam bake given by the Arctic Brotherhood was a success, despite rather uncertain weather on leaving Petersburg in the early morning. Hogue and Tveten's launch Trygve and Dr. Pryer's launch Nux carried the twenty-six picnicers who took a chance on the weather to Castle Island, in Duncan Canal. That region they found to be out of the rain belt (for the day), and all had a real good time.

May 30, 1941 – The 55-foot boat, Sylph, Capt. Will Marsha, from Ketchikan, arrived in Petersburg for a few days with three members of the United States Geological Survey abo...



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