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Record 1328/2101
Date: 1920 ca.
Emeline McCallum Hazeltine (1843-1946), wife of George "Irving" Hazeltine (5-4-1836 to 8-6-1918), 1862 pioneers of Canyon City, Oregon. He had worked as a photographer with his older brother, Martin M. Hazeltine (7-31-1827 to 2-16-1903), in California but went to Eastern Oregon in the gold rush of 1862, where he was one of the first persons to stake out a mining claim in what became the town of Canyon City. They ended up living the rest of their days there. In 1981 Irving's granddaughter, Helen Biggs Rand, published a history of the Hazeltines in Canyon City titled "Whiskey Gulch."
Gallery #5 PEOPLE, SCHOOLS, ORGANIZATIONS, CHURCHES -Emeline McCallum Hazeltine (1843-1946), wife of George "Irving" Hazeltine.
Emeline McCallum Hazeltine (1843-1946), husb G.I. Hazeltine.

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