One can only image what it was like in those days of construction on Shasta Dam in the late 30's and early 40's. 

 

Working on the Pit River Bridge under construction.  In the picture below, that is the old Pit River Bridge in the background. 

Not many of the early workers are still among us. From the construction years, "those men of steel" are like the WWII veterans, aging rapidly. Some are WWII or Korean veterans. The oldest worker that attended our Dam Worker's Reunion Luncheon will be 103 years old this month! Happy Birthday James Brock! One of the youngest, Don Cross turned 87 last month. 

   Shasta Dam, Shasta Lake, and the people  

                  "Preserving our history & heritage"

Board of Directors

Darlene V. Brown,  President

Del Hiebert,  Vice President

Henry "Butch" Hurlhey, Recording Secretary

Kay Kobe, Treasurer

Mike Daniels, Director

Del Hiebert, Director

Joan Jennings, Director

Marian Trapp, Director

Deb West, Director

Barbara Cross, Past President and Director

           DECEMBER 1ST  

Today is "GIVING TUESDAY" 

Please go to www.northstategives.org to make a donation to nonprofits. 

We hope you will choose us as one of the nonprofits you make a donation to on this day of "giving back".

Thank you. 

 The 3rd printing of our book "Those Dam Kids" continues to sell great. Almost 300 pages, it is full of great photos and short stories during the "Boomtown Years"  - a quick must read....and sure to be a collectible book in years to come.

click: those-dam-kids-book.php


 Soon we will have a link and page for our newest historical DVD "Lumber, the Men and the Mills", and we hope to have a you tube link with excerpts from the video. 

Workers coming off shift. 

 Many photographs shown on our website are personal photos and can not be used for commercial purposes in any form. Please contact us for permission of use on any reproduction of any of the photographs within our website. Thank you.