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Pages of History: Bill would have closed fishing on the Klamath

From the pages of the Crescent City American, May 1931.

At the meeting of the Crescent City Chamber of Commerce on Monday, L. G. Westfall, secretary of the Chamber, read a telegraph from Assemblyman R. F. Fisher stating that the bill to close the Klamath River to commercial fishing had been defeated.

The information came as good news to the people of the Klamath and to the people of the county in general.

The Crescent City Chamber has been strongly behind the movement to keep the Klamath open, and it is with a great deal of satisfaction that it learned that its efforts have not been in vain.


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