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Jean Hadden

Columnist, Turning Back the Pages
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Town board publishes book | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – April, 1914

Senator Emerson’s bill funds fish hatchery | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — April 1914•

Sagamore Hotel destroyed by fire | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — April 1914•

Grain burglars apprehended at last | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — Feb. 1914•

Immodest lady sent home | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

World famous explorer murdered | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

Mac Smith’s misfortune | Turning Back the Pages

Undersheriff Mac R. Smith, woke Saturday morning, March 14, 1914, from a night of sound and undisturbed sleep at his home in Lake George,and was horrified to find that he was totally blind in his left eye.

Violent canine crime | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — March 1914•

Soldier’s widow granted military pension | Turning Back the Pages

•100 years ago — February - March 1914•

Mighty blizzard blankets Northeast | Turning Back the Pages

A snow storm which in widespread severity rivaled the big blizzard of March 12 and 13, 1888 began at 10 p.m. Feb. 12, 1914 and continued until 4:30 p.m. Feb. 13.

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