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Pioneer times on the East Fork: Jacob Lane and the Murphys

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Jacob Lane and the Murphys

This week we’re continuing with the Jacob Lane biography. He was one of the last persons to live year-round on the east fork of the San Juan River. We quote…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann and Jacob Lane

As we continue with the history of the San Juan East Fork, I’ll run a few excerpts about Joe Mann taken from newspapers and county records of that time. •…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann and Jacob Lane

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann and Jacob Lane

As we continue with the history of the San Juan East Fork, I’ll run a few excerpts about Joe Mann taken from newspapers and county records of that time. •…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

This week our column will focus on some of the families who lived and worked on the East Fork of the San Juan River during pioneer times. Many of them…

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

Pioneer times on the East Fork: Old Joe Mann

This week our column will focus on some of the families who lived and worked on the East Fork of the San Juan River during pioneer times. Many of them…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

History of the East Fork: Utilities stretch over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. After Cumbres Pass opened in 1877 and the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad reached…

History of the East Fork: moving over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. By 1879, the Army had allotted money and was building a wagon road via the East…

History of the East Fork: moving over the mountains

History of the East Fork: moving over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. By 1879, the Army had allotted money and was building a wagon road via the East…

Next genealogical society meeting to cover ‘The Technique of Creative Non-Fiction’

By Cora Broderson Special to The PREVIEW Many people have a desire to know their family history, but also consider it a troublesome task. Today, it is becoming an easier…