Lisa Crain, executive director of the Central Sierra Historical Society & Museum, holds a picture of the old flume that carried lumber down from a milling operation.
Lisa Crain, executive director of the Central Sierra Historical Society & Museum, holds a picture of the old flume that carried lumber down from a milling operation. JOHN WALKER The Fresno Bee
Lisa Crain, executive director of the Central Sierra Historical Society & Museum, holds a picture of the old flume that carried lumber down from a milling operation. JOHN WALKER The Fresno Bee

‘Museum without walls’ marks quarter-century in the Sierra

May 20, 2016 09:15 PM

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