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Identified as 9 year resident of Orca by Capt. Handy says only 3 white men have ever made it up the Copper River (through passes), though others have gone 20-80 miles, Seattle P-I, 12/18/1897; Member of Swan’s Party along with Williams, Moore, and Allen landing at Swanport, Nov. 1897. Pathfinder, VI:6, 4/1925, pp. 7-8; Location Notice; J. Ellis, Thorstensen, Jacobsen, T. Olsen, Shepard, Larsen, 10/6/97. PWS. Bk. 1, p. 33; In 1892, Bill Beyers, Lew Brown and Jack Shephard bear hunted at head of Port Valdez, Valdez News Miner, 1938-9 article, also Anon. Researcher, Valdez Museum Collection.
Power of Attorney, 3/18/98, PWSMDR, Book 1, p. 42; Member of Swan’s Party along with Williams, Moore, and Allen landing at Swanport, Nov. 1897. Pathfinder, VI:6, 4/1925, pp. 7-8;
Deed: For $200 sells his undivided 1/4th interest in the “Blue Fox” and “Black Crow,” lode claims on Latouche Island to M.O. Gladhaugh, sold 10/14/1899, filed for record 6/29/1900, p. 78, PWSMDR, Bk. 3;