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Please help save Cannon Hill Cemetery!
Call Mayor Kellar 376.9055 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Brenda Currier 376.2260mailto:email@example.com
Mayor Anderson 745.9682 mailto:Timothy.Anderson@matsugov.us
Your Legislator 376.3704http://w3.legis.state.ak.us/home.htm
Please continue to watch Cannon Hill for any construction! Thanks to all who have made reports of activity at the cemetery.Please continue to pray for Construction to stop!
Daily Times obituary, Census,Orville Herning Diary. Probate Record Family members are in Kansas Elmer Reedy, Alice Reedy his wife,Florence Crabb V.E.Crabb, Rob Taylor, Bessie Taylor, Mariam Reedy, Ernest Reedy and his daughter Florence Watters. Connie Reedy in Kansas.
William Moffat-1873-1923 per census and Orville Hernings diary, probate record-Family members are: John Moffat, Benjamin F. Moffat, Phoebe Moffat, Burton Moffat Alfred Moffat, his brothers and sisters in Stillwater Minnesota. Washingto Countyhttp://www.glorecords.blm.gov/ConvertedImages/757020_1_SmallGIF.GIF
Frank Dougherty -
1869-1932 per his great great great niece and US Commisioner Howard Wilmouth. Family members in Wisconsin and Minnesota
Tom-Anc-438 cihsp-138 DOT,and OHA records Alaska Heritage Resourse Survey.
Mr.Walters-1930 per Erling Nelson from Charles Tryck. Al?Diary
Baby-per May Carter, Frank Smith name?
Native family of 3 per Chief Paul Theodore
"Those who do not look upon themselves as links connecting the past with the future do not perform their duty to the world."
NAGPRA- Protecting Native Graves-"This treatment of Native American remains as scientific specimens deprives native people of the basic right to properly bury or care for these ancestors," said a spokesman for the Umatilla Tribes. "By enacting NAGPRA, Congress intended that Native American ancestral human remains be treated the same as non-Indian remains, with respect."
January 13, 1919 Land Department sent surveyors up to locate cemetery site. Did nothing, said ground too frozen and couldn't drive stakes.
January 14, 1919 Surveyors located cemetery on Cannon's homestead, near town.
March 28, 1919 Crowd cleared lot on Cannon's for graveyard.
Thankyou Coleen Mielke for gleaning this information from the Diary for us.
George Palmer and Friends
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