Barrett, Anna L. (Mrs. June J.)

Barrett, Anna L. (Mrs. June J.)


Arrived in Alaska April 1898, C1900; St. Anne’s Creek named for her, Golden Cross, p. 46; Filed in 1898-1899 VMDR, pp. 113, 172; Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898. BS, p. 44; Locator, “Jewel” placer claim on Manker Creek, No. 14 below Discovery, 7/25/98, witnesses Bruce & S. Johnson, TMDR, p. 60; travels with Remington party, in Manker Creek Stampede with Capt. Teeters, Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Delander, Shorty Wagey, NE. Oleson; baked excellent cranberry pies, p. 62; “Mrs. Dolling and Mrs. Barrett Of Amy’s ran away with Doc Dinsmore. Mr. B went after them with a shotgun and brought his wife back.” 11/11/1898. Crary, Diary Ms. , p. 16; the business person in Barrett family, Golden Cross?, p. 35; Subscribed to a relief station fund for 1899 on Valdez Glacier, in Valdez, 1898, CS1; V-Lot, Index , p. 44; Location Notice, Landlock/Galena Bay, Aug. 13, 1899, PWSMDR Book 2, p. 197, witness Oscar Larson, Ph. de Foutville (Fontville); Location notice for “The Daisy”, Abercrombie Gulch, 1/19/99, witness: Dr. A. Von Gunther, VMDR, p. 113; also witness for Mrs. Von Gunther, p. 110; Location notice for the “Little Anna”, Abercrombie Gulch, 1/19/99, witness: Mrs. Anna Barrett, VMDR, p. 114; Location Notice, by Anna Barrett “W.D. Torrey Lode Claim,” in Climax Gulch, Klowasana River 5 miles from junction with Kotsina River, witnesses J.W. Finch, H.R. Leslie, J.A. Fish, VMDR, p. 172;


In Valdez between 6/11/1900-6/26/1900, C1900; Arrived with Grogg on June 9, 1900 at Chisna area from Mentasta with through mail. From Diary M. Dempsey, 1900. Crary Scrapbook, Vol. 1.# 199;


Donated to new City Hall, The Valdez News. 1:12. 5/25/01; Left for States on business trip. The Valdez News, 1: 32, 10/12/01. p. 4; Owns Four Black Dog Mine on Slate Creek with Park, Singletary, and others; 20 men working; taking about 15 oz. a day; pay streak not struck yet; The Valdez News, 1:21. 7/27/01; Arrives in Valdez from interior (=A.S.). The Valdez News. 1:28. 9/14/01, p. 4; Purchases 1/16th part of the “Tacoma” placer mine on Slate Creek from James Manker, Mining Locations. Book J, No. 3, p. 480.