Sandberg, Charles

Sandberg, Charles


Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900;


Met Dempsey at Chisna, April 19, 1900. From Diary M. Dempsey, 1900. Crary Scrapbook, Vol. 1.# 199; Signed Notice on 4/10/1900 calling for a Miner’s Meeting at Camp Moose (located about one mile from Chestinchena River on Chisna Creek), on noon April 20th, 1900, to form the Chisna Mining District, along with J.A. Burke, R. T. Herron, W.H. Crary, R. Coles, C.H. Winanas, M.D., Chas. Sandberg, O.J. Hosford, D.B. Leavell, W.H. Robson, D. Park Griswald, J.G. Simpson, H. Krammer, John Mueller, s.R. Means, Chas. Olson, H. Miller, H.E.F. King, B.E. Skinner, W.J. Aniker, Archie Parks, p. 11, Chisna MD.Records, 1900; Along Copper River Trail between 6/28/1900-10/1/1900, C1900; Location notice “Moose Placer Claim,” on Chisna River, 4/13/1900, witness N.E. Ohleson, Jack Beck, p. 39, Chisna MD.Records, 1900; Location notice with Henry Miller for “Miller & Sandberg” claim on Slate Creek, 6/22/1900, p. 114, Chisna MD.Records, 1900; Location notice for “Annie” claim in Lime Gulch, 5/31/1900, p. 243, Chisna MD.Records, 1900;


Partner in Sandburg & H. Miller claim, 2nd one from mouth of Slate Creek; working 15 men, two shifts, nineteen sluice boxes;one of the best claims – about $50 to the man is being taken out; The Valdez News, 1:21. 7/27/01; Sandberg and Henry Miller arrived in Valdez from Slate Creek; claim yielded $15,000 this summer; leaving on for states, return in January. The Valdez News. 1:27. 9/07/01, p. 4; lives in Chicago, dep. on Excelsior,The Valdez News. 1:28. 9/14/01;


Slate Creek Mine owner, left for home in Chicago, TVN, 2:32, 10/18/02, p. 4;