On a cold winter's night in 1986, Walter Williams sat with a handful of guests in front of a crackling fire overlooking Williams Lake and told what he knew of the history of Rosendale. Fortunately, one of the guests had a camcorder. What follows is an edited transcript of that videotape, presented here with the kind permssion of Walter's daughter, Anita Williams Peck.
Foreward by Marianne Williams
|Chapter 6 A.J.Snyder|
|Introduction||Chapter 7 Century Cement|
|Chapter 1 Coal||Chapter 8 Mushrooms|
|Chapter 2 Canals||Chapter 9 Portland|
|Chapter 3 Cement||Chapter 10 Fallout|
|Chapter 4 Ups and Downs||Chapter 11 Rails . . .|
|Chapter 5 Samuel Coykendall||Chapter 12 . . . to Trails|
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