A look at future of Bayfield’s past

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A look at future of Bayfield’s past

Nik Kendziorski and Andrew Gulliford, history experts at Fort Lewis College, check out the Gem Village Rock Club, which was built starting in 1954. The club went strong for more than 30 years but disbanded in the late 1980s.
Gem Village resident Frank Morse envisioned Gem Village as the “Rockhound Capital of the U.S.,” as this colorful pennant attests.
Susan Dunham, who died in 1882, was the first person buried in the Pine River Cemetery. Her husband donated the land for the cemetery.

A look at future of Bayfield’s past

Nik Kendziorski and Andrew Gulliford, history experts at Fort Lewis College, check out the Gem Village Rock Club, which was built starting in 1954. The club went strong for more than 30 years but disbanded in the late 1980s.
Gem Village resident Frank Morse envisioned Gem Village as the “Rockhound Capital of the U.S.,” as this colorful pennant attests.
Susan Dunham, who died in 1882, was the first person buried in the Pine River Cemetery. Her husband donated the land for the cemetery.
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