Saints Sinners

September 2009
Humboldt Historian;Fall2009, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p46
Question & Answer
The article presents answers to trivia questions from a previous issue including one concerning a notable Humboldt County, California historian, another about Humboldt's most famous bootlegger, and another about a priest who saved a Chinese youth from mob violence.


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