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130 years ago

(continued from Friday) Prison Footprints. "I see a large village, and it is where the water was. The inhabitants are constantly going and coming from the village. They traveled great distances, going very fast, all walking; they did not travel on animals ... you should go a little to the east where you will find the skeletons of men."

100 years ago

Fine Spawn from Marlette. Fish Commissioner Mills has received word from Marlette Lake that the boys are taking some excellent spawn from the eastern brook trout at that place. While the weather is pretty cold, the fish are running well.

70 years ago

Hallowe'en pranks reigned at St. Theresa's parish hall as the ghostly specters of Hostesses Katherine Dunfield, Margaret Meyers and Martha Gruss greeted their sister spirits among the tombstones of Gartland Cemetery.

50 years ago

Bob Dill, currently director of public relations of the Holiday Hotel in Reno, has accepted the position of manager of the Carson City Chamber of Commerce.

20 years ago

Two Carson City employees were selected to receive the Governor's Tourism Development Award, Mary Walker and Mike Conklin.

10 years ago

Chuck Yeager, 79, breaks the sound barrier again, for the last time.

•-Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.

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