Yesterday's News


July 1, 1921

Active work on the Petersburg Scow Bay road was started this week by a force of men under the direction of John Lanterman for the Bureau of Public Roads. Four horses arrived from the south on the scow early this week and the work of surfacing the roadbed at once started. The horses were brought from Seattle to Hyder by steamer and then transferred to a scow and brought to Ketchikan and from there to Petersburg. It is expected by those in charge of the work that the road will be completely surfaced and opened for traffic this fall.

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