Course at a Glance

Striking Structures of Humboldt County
January 29

Striking Structures of Humboldt County


With Jerry Rohde, Local Historian and Ethnogeographer

Gain an appreciation and understanding of the vast variety of historical structures of Humboldt County. The tin store in Briceland. The towering railroad trestle across Bulwinkle Creek. Gunther's mansion on Indian Island. Humboldt County has been home to scores of stimulating structures that tell of its rich architectural and historical heritage. Join us for a two-hour tour of these memorable marks upon the landscape. We'll look at several types of structures, including bridges, trestles, dwellings, hotels, banks, schools, restrooms, and powder houses. Many of the images are colorized versions of aging black and white photos.

Sat., Jan. 29 • 1-3 p.m.


$20 • Class #: 23903

Video will be available for this class.

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Jerry Rohde

Jerry Rohde

Jerry Rohde has taught HSU OLLI courses since the beginning. He has researched the history of Humboldt County for over 30 years, and he has several books to show for it. His history of Southern Humboldt County is expected to be published by the HSU Press soon.