May 21, 2020
May 21, 1920 Charles Schuck, the local plumber and sheet metal worker, took an involuntary trip to Juneau on the City of Seattle this week. When the Seattle was in port northbound, Schuck accompanied a friend who was going away aboard the boat. As the Seattle only had one ton of freight for Petersburg, she remained but a few minutes and when Schuck came on deck to get off the boat he found himself several miles from Petersburg, bound north.
May 25, 1945 Porter Apple, fox farmer on Roberts Island, was chipping ice from a big berg near his home, about four miles north of Five Finger Light...
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