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THE NEWSLETTER OF THE

HILLSBORO HISTORICAL SOCIETY (HHS)

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The Hillsboro Historical Society has provided copies of its Newsletter for posting to the Black Range Rag as part of its educational outreach.  The Table of Contents for Past Issues and the Index to all issues is provided below.


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HILLSBORO HISTORY:  A Blog by Craig Springer is another excellent source of information about the history of this region.

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF PAST ISSUES


February 2017 Vol. 10 No. 1.pdf (Files size: 1.8 MB)  This file has been altered from the original, pages 10-12 have been rotated.

Cover photo of Kingston, early 1880’s; Letter From The President; The Black Range Museum - 2016 Year End Report; Thanks to All Who Have Helped; The Kingston Schoolhouse Museum; HHS Member Makes National News in Scotland; Coincidence at The Abbey; From the Archives: Kingston, the Gem of the Black Range - 1883; Percha Watershed Area Timeline


November 2016 - Vol. 9 No. 4.pdf (File size: 2.2 MB)

Cover photo of Black Range Museum; Letter From The President; A Young Rancher’s Adventures in Lake Valley, 1879 - 1884; The Legal Foundation of Hillsboro - Sort Of;  Antonio “Tony” Frederico Chavez Luna; Hillsboro Timeline


August 2016 Vol. 9 No. 3.pdf

Cover photo of Black Range Museum; Letter From The President (Museum purchase and next steps); Hillsboro History and the Black Range Museum;  Hillsboro Timeline; A Little Natural History - Snakebite; Membership Form


May 2016 Vol. 9 No 2.pdf

Cover photo of Hillsboro Main Street from more complicated times; From the President (Black Range Museum & Kingston School House); News, Comments, Activities (Kingston School House Open House - Aldo Leopold by Steve Morgan & Black Range Museum); The Black Range Museum; Hillsboro Timeline;  Antiques Festival Poster, Home Tour in Hillsboro Ad, Museum Store, Membership Form


February 2016 Vol. 9 No. 1.pdf

Board Members; From The President; News, Comments, and Activities (Antique Festival and Real Property Purchases); Photos from “Stephen Siegfried’s Half-Baked Horse Opera; Sarah Gibson’s Story; Hillsboro Timeline Two; Antiques Festival Poster, Museum Store, Membership Form


November 2015 Vol. 8 No. 4.pdf

Board Members; From The President; News, Comments, and Activities (Antique Festival and Historic Home Tour, Bylaws revision and development plan, Hillsboro Welcome Sign, Fire Truck); What’s In A Name?; Museum Store and Education Center; A Percha Creek Timeline; Membership Form


August 2015 - Vol. 8 No. 3.pdf

Letter from the President (Labor Day Activities); News, Comments, and Activities (Musings on Hillsboro History); How Did the Mountain Pride End Up in Lincoln?


May 2015 - Vol 8 No. 2.pdf

From the President (Hillsboro Tapestry); News, Comments, and Activities (Purchase of Black Range Museum, Antique Sale, Mark Thompson Visit); Did Two Hillsboro Political Heavyweights Bring Down A Lightweight New Mexico Territorial Governor?; Sealed Bid Art Auction


February 2015 - Vol 8 No. 1.pdf

Hillsboro Post Office History & Photo;

From The President; News, Comments, and Activities; Hillsboro Postmaster Convicted of Embezzlement Chooses the Death Penalty; Kingston Myths; Sealed Bid Art Auction; Museum Store and Education; Historic Buildings - Hillsboro Post Office and Masonic Hall


November 2014 - Vol 7 No 4 .pdf

From the President - Purchase of the old Hatcher Hotel?; News, Comments, Activities; New (Historical) Sign in Hillsboro; Historical Literature of Hillsboro Area;

Did Kingston Really Have 7,000 Residents?; Current Display at Education Center - Apache Culture in Our Region; Hillsboro Fire Truck (Old No. 1) Project; Historic Buildings: Current Black Range Vineyards


August 2014 Vol 7 No 3.pdf - Guns of Hillsboro - What the Well-Dressed Gentleman Was Totin’ In the 1890’s; The Fountain Murder Trial (2014 version); Museum Store and Education Center; Steve Dobrott - Meet Your Neighbor; Donald W. Graham Obituary; Delia Crafton Obituary; Historic Buildings - K. L. Nations House


May 2014 Vol. 7 No 2.pdf From The President; Comments, HHS Reports and News; Business; Feature Article - A Woman Ahead of Her Time; Museum Store and Education Center; Historic Buildings - Masonic Lodge


February 2014 Vol. 7 No. 1.pdf - Comments, HHS Reports and News From the Editor; FEATURE ARTICLE - Played Out in Minneapolis: The Rise? and Fall? of a Hillsboro Mining Venture; A Modern Day Miner’s Comments on the Standard Gold Mining and Milling Company - December 1890; Neat Stuff and Odds and Ends - a poem by Bob Burke


November 2013 - Vol. 6 No. 4 .pdf - Board; Advisory Board; Comments and News (New Web Page, Changes at the Museum Shop, Heritage Days); Society Reports; Stocker-Miller House; FEATURE ARTICLE: “Hillsboro and Las Animas Mining Districts” by Joe Diel.


August 2013 Vol 6 No 3.pdf - New Hillsboro Welcome Sign; New Deal Art and Architecture in New Mexico; Fountain Murder Trial; Museum Shop and Education Center; Firetruck; Silver Fire; A Shell Hunt in the Black Range by James H. Ferris; Hillsboro Power Plant


May 2013 Vol 6 No 2.pdf - Francisco Bojorquez presentation by Karl Laumbach; Green Fire; Fountain Murder Trial; Museum Shop; Firetruck; George Washington by Bobbie Hale-Ostler; The C. C. Crews House


February 2013 Vol 6 No 1.pdf - Fundraising (incl. Around Hillsboro); Black Range Museum; Peltier Paintings; Lomahaftewa and Granados Paintings; Firetruck; New Sign at the Junction; Roads and Trails; Hillsboro to Kingston Toll Road by Joe Whitham; Stiles House History (Latham Connection); The Longrifle by Susan Roebuck; Francisco Bojorquez presentation by Karl Laumbach


November 2012 Vol 5 No 4.pdf -

Black Range Museum; Peltier Paintings; Lomahaftewa and Granados Paintings; Firetruck; Newsletter Distribution; Around Hillsboro (Book); Ida Beals Letter (1889); J. D. Whitham Diary; Mark Thompson on Hillsboro History (and its draw or lack thereof)


August 2012 Vol 5 No 3.pdf - Newsletter Distribution; Ladder Ranch Tour; Black Range Museum; Peltier Paintings; First Grade by Bobbie Hale-Ostler


May 2012 Vol 5 No 2.pdf - Becoming a membership based organization; Firetruck; Kingston School; Fountain Murder Trial Play; Ladder Ranch Tour; Black Range Museum; Peltier Paintings; Cemetery

Historic Marker Signs; Documentation of Historic Materials; Editor’s Report; New Mexico Constitutional Convention: Recollections by Edward D. Tittman; Membership Form; Historical Item Donation Form


February 2012 Vol 5 No 1.pdf - Minutes; Board Elections; Bylaws Change (Membership Organization Discussion); Fountain Murder Trial Play; Black Range Museum; Firetruck; Peltier Paintings; Cemetery Gate; Kingston Centennial Celebration; Cemetery Ownership; Kingston School Repair; Highway Historical Markers; Historic Photos; Inventory; Historic Records; Programs (Presentations); Hillsboro Blog; George Currie’s Donations; Ramona Harrell Passing; Editor’s Report (incl. Manuelita [Micky] Chavez Interview); Diary of the Hunt by Edward D. Tittman


November 2011 Vol 4 No 4.pdf - Minutes; Heritage Music Festival; Fountain Murder Trial Play; Firetruck; Changing Society organization to membership organization?; Centennial Celebration in Kingston; Kingston School Repairs; Black Range Museum Purchase?; Cemetery Sign; Peltier & Granados Paintings; Book Signing at Christmas in Foothills; Heritage Music Festival; Life on North Percha Through Three Generations: Happy Days by Mary Reid & The Long Road Home by Bobbie Ostler


August 2011 Vol 4 No 3.pdf - Minutes; Around Hillsboro (Book); Kingston School Building Maintenance; Purchase of Black Range Museum?; Firetruck; Heritage Music Festival; Warranty Deed For Water Rights at East End of Percha Box; Around Hillsboro (Book); Soda Bottling in the Black Range by Bill Lockhart and Zang Wood


May 2011 Vol 4 No 2.pdf - Minutes Hillsboro Historical Society Quarterly Meeting May 3, 2011; Budget and Capital Prioritization; Firetruck; Black Range Museum; Kingston School; Hillsboro Photo Book; Heritage Music Festival; Change HSS status to membership organization?; The Passing of Betty Reynolds and Bill Shaw; Stormy Night - Bobbie Hale - April 1978 - (for) Fifth Grade T or C Elementary Mr. Garcia’s Class; Book Reviews by Mark B. Thompson (Tempest Over Teapot Dome and The Teapot Dome Scandal)


February 2011 Vol 4 No 1.pdf - Minutes; Heritage Music Festival; Courthouse Offer Rejected; Photo Book Update; Historic Piano; Board Election; Judge Frank Wilson Parker: Frontier Lawyer, Political Warrior


November 2010 Vol 3 No 4.pdf -

Minutes; Heritage Music Festival; Courthouse; Hillsboro Photo History Book; Firetruck; Donation of Historic Piano; President’s Report (Thank Yous, Heritage Festival, Fund Raising, Society Election; The Lake Valley War - An Analysis of the Last Range War in New Mexico


August 2010 Vol 3 No 3.pdf - Minutes; Hillsboro Businesses 1912-13; Local History and Comments (Thoughts About Hillsboro Historical Society - Hillsboro Photo Book - Oral Histories - Presentation on Radio Show); A Little More Natural History (Animal Populations); From the Archives (Hillsboro Stage Coach Line); Questions and Conflicts


May 2010 Vol 3 No 2.pdf - Minutes;

Local History and Comments (Thoughts About Hillsboro History); Miscellaneous History (Hillsboro Massacre - Camp Boyd & Asa Hawkes); Date Hillsboro Inhabited?; Historical Dates for Hillsboro


February 2010 Vol 3 No 1.pdf -

Quarterly Report/Minutes; Local History (First and Only Women Ever Sentenced to Death in New Mexico); The 1972 Labor Day Flood


November 2009 Vol 2 No 4.pdf - Meeting Minutes; Courthouse; Budget; Hillsboro Hight School (Patricia P. Sze)


August 2009 Vol 2 No 3.pdf - Courthouse; Fire Truck; Cemetery; Board Changes; Oral Histories and Archives; The Legacy of the Chavez Clan in Northern Mexico (Later Territory of New Mexico) and Hillsboro, NM; Natural History - Hillsboro Javelina History; History of the Mission (Rev. Ethelbert H. J. Andrews 1896)


May 2009 Vol 2 No 2.pdf - Minutes of Board Meeting; Speaking of the Cemetery; General Charles Cotilda Crews; And A Little More On The 1914 Flood; Heritage Music Festival Report; Request For Stories


February 2009 - Vol 2 No. 1.pdf -

A Fire Truck Comes Home; Meeting Minutes; Courthouse News; Oral Histories; Other Historic Properties in Hillsboro; Volunteers and Advisors; And A Little Interesting History (The Flood Which Swept Through The Main Business Street of Hillsboro, New Mexico - June 10, 1914)


December 2008 - Vol. 1 No.1.pdf -

Non-profit Status; Purchase of Sierra County Courthouse and Jail Property; Oral Histories (Emitt Faulkner); Other Historic Properties in Hillsboro (Murphy House); A Little “Natural” History (Doves and Pigeons of Hillsboro); Newsletter Name

INDEX

(By Vol. & No. - e.g. 6-4-1 refers to Volume 6, Number 4, Page 1)


Among the Dust of Thieves: A True Story of the Final Days of Mesilla’s Colonel Albert Fountain

  1. 6-3-3


Andrews, Ethelbert

  1. 2-3-8 to 2-3-10


Andrews, Henry “Bull”

  8-2-3 to 8-2-10


Animal Populations

  1. 3-3-5


Animas Creek

  1. 5-1-9 to 5-1-10


Animas Mining District

  1. 6-4-2 to 6-4-5


Antique Sale

  8-2-2    8-4-2


Apache

   7-4-7 to 7-4-8


Armer, Margaret

   7-2-2 to 7-2-5


Around Hillsboro (Book)

  1. 3-2-2    3-3-4    3-4-2    3-4-4    4-1-2    4-1-3    4-3-2    4-3-3 to 4-3-5    4-4-3    5-4-3    6-1-2


Art Auction

  8-1-9      8-2-11


A Young Rancher’s Adventures in Lake Valley, 1879 - 1884

  9-4-2 to 9-4-4


Bach, Sandra

  1. 2-3-2 to 2-3-3


Beals, Ida Letter (From 1889)

  1. 5-4-3 to 5-4-5


Bergey, Virginia

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Bills, Garland

  1. 9-2-4 to 9-2-7


Bird (Luna), Romy

  1. 1-1-2


Bojorquez, Franciso

  1. 6-1-7    6-2-2


Brinkley, R. D. (Interviews conducted by)

  1. 1-1-2    2-1-6


Brown, Pat

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Burke, Bob

  1. 7-1-9


Burke House

  1. 6-1-5


Burke, Robert

  1. 2-3-3


Camp Boyd

  1. 3-2-5


Carrara, John (Sarge)

  1. 2-3-2


Cave Creek

  1. 5-1-7 to 5-1-9


Cemetery (Hillsboro)

  1. 2-2-2 to 2-2-3    2-3-2    3-1-2    3-2-2    4-4-3     5-1-3    5-1-4    5-2-3


Centennial Celebration (Kingston)

  1. 4-4-2    5-1-4


Chavez (Clan)

  1. 2-3-3 to 2-3-5


Chavez, Manuelita (Micky)

  1. 5-1-6


Claims, Mining

  1. 6-4-2 to 6-4-5


Courthouse, Hillsboro

  1. 1-1-2    2-1-5    2-3-2    3-1-2    3-3--1   3-3-4    3-4-2    4-1-2    4-2-2    5-4-6


Crews, Charles Cotilda

  1. 2-2-4


Crews, C. C. (House)

  1. 6-2-6 to 6-2-7


Currie, George (Donations to Lincoln County Courthouse)

  1. 5-1-5


Diary of the Hunt

  1. 5-1-7 to 5-1-11


Did Two Hillsboro Political Heavyweights Bring Down A Lightweight New Mexico Territorial Governor?

  8-2-3 to 8-2-10


Diel, Joe

  1. 6-4-1    6-4-2 to 6-4-5


Donation Form (Materials Not Financial)

  1. 5-2 end


Doves and Pigeons

  1. 1-1-4 to 1-1-7


El Paso Radio Station Interview

  1. 3-3-4


Evans, Art

  1. 1-1-2    2-1-6


Faulkner, Emmitt

  1. 1-1-2 to 1-1-3


Ferris, James H.

  1. 6-3-3 to 6-3-5


Firetruck

  1. 2-1-2 to 2-1-3   2-3-2    3-1-2    3-2-2    3-4-2    4-2-2 to 4-2-3    4-3-3    4-4-2    5-1-3    5-2-2

  2. 5-4-3    6-1-2    6-2-3    6-3-3    7-4-9 to 7-4-10    8-4-2


First and Only Women Even Sentenced To Death in New Mexico

  1. 3-1-3 to 3-1-5


Fletcher, Sherry

   7-2-1


Flood (1914)

  1. 2-1-6 to 2-1-7    2-2-4 to 2-2-7


Flood (1972)

  1. 3-1-5 to 3-1-7


Flood (1978)

  1. 4-2-5 to 4-2-6


Fountain Murder Trial (Play)

  1. 4-4-2    5-1-3    5-2-2    5-4-2    6-2-2    6-3-2    7-3-8


Fowler, Ron

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Flynn, Katherine

  1. 6-3-2


Galles, Nicholas

  1. 5-1-4    7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Gibson, Sarah

  1. 9-1-4 to 9-1-7


Graham, Donald

  1. 1-1-2    2-1-6    7-3-10


Green Fire

  1. 6-2-2


Guns of Hillsboro- What the Well-Dressed Gentleman Was Totin’ in the 1890’s

   7-3-4 to 7-3-7


Hale-Ostler, Bobbie

  1. 4-2-5 to 4-2-6    5-3-3 to 5-3-5    6-2-3 to 6-2-5


Harrell (Garcia), Ramona

  1. 5-1-5


Hatcher Hotel

  7-4-1


Hawkes, Farrier Asa B.

  1. 3-2-5


Heindl, Alex

  9-3-10 to 9-3-11


Heritage Days

  1. 6-4-1


Highway Signs (Historical Markers)

  1. 5-1-14    6-1-3    6-3-2


Hillsboro Bank

   7-4-11


Hillsboro Blog (Craig Springer’s Blog)

  1. 4-1-3    5-1-5


Hillsboro Businesses (Historic Listing)

  1. 3-2-2 to 3-2-4    7-4-11


Hillsboro (Dates of Historical Events)

  1. 3-2-5 to 3-2-6


Hillsboro High School

  1. 2-4-5 to 2-4-12


Hillsboro History and the Black Range Museum

   9-3-3 to 9-3-6


Hillsboro Javelina History

  1. 2-3-5 to 2-3-8


Hillsboro Massacre (1879)

  1. 3-2-4 to 3-2-5


Hillsboro Mining District

  1. 6-4-2 to 6-4-5


Hillsboro Postmaster Convicted of Embezzlement Chooses the Death Penalty

   8-1-3 to 8-1-6


Hillsboro Post Office

   8-1-Cover       8-1-11


Hillsboro Power Plan

  1. 6-3-5


Hillsboro Stage Line

  1. 3-3-6


Hillsboro Timeline Two

  1. 9-1-8 to 9-1-10    9-2-8 to 9-2-10    9-3-7 to 9-3-9   9-4-8 to 9-4-10


Hillsboro to Kingston Toll Road

  1. 5-4-6    6-1-3 to 6-1-5


History of the Mission

  1. 2-3-8 to 2-3-10


History (Books)

  7-4-3


Hopewell, William S.

  8-2-cover      8-2-3 to 8-2-10


Irvin, Levina and Nat

  9-4-2 to 9-4-4


Jaquez, Andrea

  1. 5-1-5


Kingston

   7-4-6   10-1-5 to 8


Kinston Myths

   8-1-7 to 8-1-8


Kingston School House Museum

  9-2-2    9-2-3   10-1-3


Kingston Shaft

  1. 5-4-6


Lake Valley War: An Analysis of the Last Range War in New Mexico

  1. 3-4-5 to 3-4-14


Ladder Ranch

  1. 5-2-2    5-3-2    7-2-1


Laumbach, Karl

  1. 6-1-7    6-2-2


Legal Foundation of Hillsboro - Sort of, The

   9-4-5 to 9-4-7


Leopold, Aldo

  9-2-3


Lockhart, Bill

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Longrifle (The)

  1. 6-1-6


Loomis, Lynn

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Lovell, Barbara

  7-4-6    9-2-4 to 9-2-7


Luna, Fred (Stretch)

  1. 1-1-2    2-3-3 to 2-3-5    3-1-3 to 3-1-5    3-2-5 to 3-2-6    3-3-2 to 3-2-4    7-1-2


Luna, Federico Antonio Chaves (Fred) (senior)

  1. 3-3-4    8-1-2   9-4-7


McCall, David

  1. 3-3-4


Majoras, Judy

  1. 8-4-5 to 8-4-7


Masonic Lodge

  7-2-7      8-1-11


Membership Form

  1. 5-2 (end)


Mining

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Mining Claims

  1. 6-4-2 to 6-4-5


Mister, Fred

  1. 3-3-6


Modern Day Miner’s Comments on the Standard Gold Mining and Milling Company - December 1890

  1. 7-1-8


Montoya, Guillermo

  1. 2-3-2


Morgan, Steve

  9-2-3


Mountain Pride

  1. 3-3-6    8-3-3 to 8-3-6


Murphy House

  1. 1-1-4    2-1-6


Museum, Black Range

  1. 4-2-3    4-3-2 to 4-3-3    4-4-3    5-1-3    5-2-3    5-3-2     5-4-2    6-1-2    8-2-2    9-2-2     9-2-3

  2. 9-2-4 to 9-2-7    9-3-1 to  9-3-6   9-4-cover   10-1-2 to 3


Museum Shop

  1. 6-4-1    6-2-3    6-3-3    7-2-6


Nations, K. L. - House

  7-3-11


New Deal Art and Architecture in New Mexico

  1. 6-3-2


Non-Profit Status of HHS

  1. 1-1-2


Nunn, Fred

  1. 2-3-2


Nunn-Gilman, Heidi

  1. 3-4-5 to 3-4-14


Opportunity Mine

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Orchard, Henry

  1. 9-2-4 to 9-2-7


Orchard, Sadie

  1. 3-3-6    7-4-2    9-2-4 to 9-2-7


Ostler, Bobbie

  1. 4-4-5 to 4-4-6


Paintings (Sale of Peltier & Granados)

  1. 4-4-3    5-1-3    5-2-3    5-3-2    5-4-2    6-1-2


Parker, Judge Frank Wilson

  1. 4-1-3 to 4-1-7    7-3-11 (House)


Peltier Paintings

  8-1-9


Percha Box (Water Rights)

  1. 4-3-3


“Percha Creek Timeline, A”

  1. 8-4-5 to 8-4-7   10-1-9 to 11


Percha Creek Tollroad (Between Hillsboro & Kingston)

  1. 5-4-6    6-1-3 to 6-1-5


Piano, Historic

  1. 3-4-2 to 3-4-3    3-4-4    4-1-3


Played Out in Minneapolis: The Rise? and Fall? of a Hillsboro Mining Venture

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Pope, Neta

  1. 5-1-5


Presentations (Sponsored by HHS)

  1. 5-1-5    6-1-7    6-2-2 to 6-2-3    6-3-3


Records, Historic

  1. 5-1-4    5-2-3


Reid, Mary

  1. 4-4-4 to 4-4-5


Reynolds, Betty

  1. 4-2-4


Richmond, Patrick

  1. 6-1-5


“River of Spirits” (Las Animas book)

   8-1-2


Roads and Trails

  1. 6-1-3


Roebuck, Susan

  1. 6-1-6


Scanlan, Tom

   9-4-2 to 9-4-4


School, Kingston

  1. 4-2-2 & 4-2-3    4-3-2    4-4-2    5-1-4    5-2-2


Siegfried, Stephen

  1. 9-1-3


Shaw, Bill

  1. 3-1-5 to 3-1-7    4-2-4


Shaw, Harley

  1. 1-1-4 to 1-1-7    2-3-5 to 2-3-8    3-2-3 to 3-2-4    3-3-5    7-3-4 to 7-3-7    7-4-3 to 7-4-5

  2. 7-4-9 to 7-4-10  8-3-3 to 8-3-6    8-4-5 to 8-4-7    9-1-8 to 9-1-10    9-2-4 to 9-2-7   

  3. 9-2-8 to 9-2-10    9-3-7 to 9-3-9   9-4-8 to 9-4-10


Shell Hunt in the Black Range, A

  1. 6-3-3 to 6-3-5


Signs, Historical

  7-4-2    8-4-2


Silver Fire

  1. 6-3-3


Snake Mine

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Snakebite - A Little Natural History

  9-3-10 to 9-3-11


Soda Bottling

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Springer, Craig

  1. 5-1-5    8-1-7 to 8-1-8


Standard Gold Mining & Milling Company

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Stiles House

  1. 6-1-5


Stocker, Henry D.

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Stocker-Miller House

  1. 6-4-10


Sze, Patricia

  1. 2-4-5 to 2-4-12


Tapestry, Hillsboro

  8-2-1


Thompson, Mark

  1. 4-1-3 to 4-1-7    4-2-6 to 4-2-8    5-4-6 to 5-4-7    7-1-3 to 7-1-7    8-1-3 to 8-1-6    8-2-2

  8-2-3 to 8-2-10  8-4-3 to 8-4-4     9-4-5 to 9-4-7


Thompson, Moses

  1. 7-1-3 to 7-1-7


Tittmann, Edward D.

  1. 5-1-7 to 5-1-11    5-2-3 to 5-2-7


Torres Bar Restaurant, Hillsboro

   7-4-11


Trushell, Nichole

   8-1-2


Washington, George

  1. 6-2-3 to 6-2-5


Website

  1. 6-4-1


“What’s In A Name - Is Hillsborough Still The Seat of Sierra County?”

  8-4-3 to 8-4-4


Whitham, J. D.

  1. 5-4-6


Whitham, Joe

  1. 5-4-6

  2. 6-1-3 to 6-1-5


Wood, Mark

  1. 7-1-8


Wood, Zang

  1. 4-3-5 to 4-3-17


Ying, Tom

  1. 9-2-4 to 9-2-7


Zamorra, Luis

  1. 3-3-4