WHERE'S THE LAKE? STORIES OF BLUE LAKE & THE MAD RIVER VALLEY

‚ÄčJanice Clark Bertolini, Rebecca Collins 2014
The History of Blue Lake, the settlement and pioneer families, the evolution of the Mad River Valley
A historical documentation of Blue Lake, California.

Where's The Lake is a book that takes the reader from the earliest years of settlement of the townsite of Blue Lake, through the booming century of logging, commerce and railroading, and the founding families.

A work four years in the making, authored by our esteemed historian Janice Clark Bertolini and Rebecca Collins, the book chronicles the arrival of the founding families of Blue Lake and the families of so many that have played an important place in our history. Descendants of those families have greatly contributed to making this a volume that contains irreplaceable accounts of growing up and living in the Mad River Valley. Profusely illustrated with contemporary photographs, this high quality book belongs in every Humboldt history library!

The book was limited to 125 First Editions
The book is now available in it's Second Edition  
The book may be purchased at the Museum or ordered by mail
The cost is $50. and may be ordered and mailed to you for an additional $5.00 postage charge

Please include your name, mailing address & phone number with your order payment.
Blue Lake Museum Society  PO Box 707   Blue Lake, CA 95525

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BLUE LAKE MUSEUM SOCIETY
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