Monday April 22nd 1889: In fear for their existence, the fairies gather to consider action against Mr. Cutler and his arsenal of equipment recently arrived. Read more here.
Sunday April 21st 1889: The various species of egg collected by the flying squirrels need no decoration. Their brilliance only grows upon boiling and placing in a neighbor’s basket. Read more here.
Saturday April 20th 1889: Blocking the smoke from the mill, Mr. Pinke trades for a citizenry’s mind clouded with brazen advertisements. Read more here.
Friday April 19th 1889: In his improvised dressing room Professor Peterson watches in amazement as the words “Schlesinger fake” appear on his slate board. Read more here, here, here, and here.
Wednesday January 2nd 1889: Having recently returned from a train ride to Japan, dressed in the clothes of a man as is her habit, Wilma Mack climbs the flagpole on the Arcata Plaza and falls into a deep state of meditation. She sees the future statue of her being erected in the same location seventeenContinue reading “1889.O4.O1”
Lost Eureka is a list of stories from every day in 1889. Each story is followed by links to articles from local newspapers of 1889 and images which illuminate the story. Start reading the Lost Eureka Book of Days by opening the first available chapter of January 1889 here. Understand more by selecting RECALL andContinue reading “Finding Lost Eureka”