This week in history October 9-15

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MuseumLogoMLNOctober, 1877- Bunkerville settlers produced 400 bushels of wheat, 700 gallons of molasses, 1940 pounds of cotton; also grew corn, squash and vegetables.

October, 1881- Early settler Luke Syphus lumber home burned to the ground costing the family $300.00

October, 1906- Worst flood witnessed in sixty four years -Albert Frehner

 

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