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a lumberman who supervises the rest of the team during logging season
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The Wiyots began losing tribal lands to lumbermen and settlers in the 1850s, and dozens of tribe members were allegedly massacred in 1860 when James Buchanan was president and McKinley a teenager.
Over its long life, the 9,771-square-foot mansion has been owned by a lumberman and luminaries, including Loomis, a former Yukon gold rush banker who founded Loomis Armored Car Service.
Charles Hanson, one of the Peninsula’s most influential lumbermen, was exhumed and placed beneath a towering marble obelisk on the eastside of Cypress Lawn Cemetery, also in Colma.
Her father was lumberman William O’Brien and the family had a home at 1034 Summit Avenue and later on Holly Avenue, and a summer place at Marine on St. Croix.
In 1960, North Carolina lumberman Jack Taylor bought the property from heirs of Colorado’s first territorial governor, who bought the property from heirs of the trapper.
The current owner's mother grew up here, and until her death a decade ago, never fell out of love with the stately mansion that was built for her family by her grandfather, a prominent lumberman.
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