Location: Humboldt County CA

Klamath Indian Shaman (Medicine Man) Crescent City, California

Klamath River Reservation

Hoopa Valley Sub-agency Report of Special Agent I. P. Pell on the Indians of Klamath River reservation, Hoopa Valley sub-agency, Humboldt County, California, January 1801. Names of Indian tribes or parts of tribes occupying said reservation: 1The statements giving tribes, areas, and laws for agencies are from the Report of the Commissioner of Indian. Affairs, UN, pages 434-448. The population is the result of the census. Klamath River [or properly Outlines and Enroes]. The unallotted area of this reservation is 25,1300 acres, or 40 square miles. This reservation has been surveyed. It was established by executive order of November 16,

Humboldt County, California Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County CAGenWeb Project Cemeteries hosted atHumboldt County CAGenWeb Archives Cemetery Search Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County California USGenWeb Archives Blue Lake Cemetery Saint Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery Table Bluff Cemetery Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County California Transcription Tombstone Project Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County California Political Graveyard Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County California Interment Blue Lake Cemetery Cemeteries hosted at Humboldt County California Find A Grave Alton Town Cemetery

Biography of Jay A. Kellogg

JAY A. KELLOGG. – This gentleman is a native of Illinois, where he was born in Boone county, February 21, 1851. He is a son of Eli D. Kellogg. His mother’s maiden name was Margaret J. Passage. When he was eight years old, the family crossed the plains to California and settled at Weaverville in that state. He there received the rudiments of his education at the public school, and continued his studies at St. Joseph College in Humboldt county. After a residence of ten years in Weaverville, Mr. Kellogg engaged in the lumber business in Humboldt county. In the

Lindsay, Elizabeth “Betty” Burlingame Mrs. – Obituary

Elizabeth “Betty” Lindsay, 74, died at her daughter Tracey’s home in Gillette, Wyo., on Feb. 19, 2005. There will be a private family service later this summer at Oxbow. She was born on Nov. 23, 1931, as Elizabeth Burlingame at McCann, Calif., to Bruce and Laurel Burlingame. Betty had two older sisters, Pat and Jean, and a younger brother, Bob. She lived at McCann until the age of 13. She then moved in with her grandparents, Glenn and Addie Perkins of Fortuna, Calif., to attend high school, because there wasn’t one in McCann. Betty was a 1949 graduate of Fortuna