Oral History – Harold Charles Newman part 1

One of Nevada’s scientific treasures is the fossil bed at Berlin-Ichthyosaur state park. Today’s oral history is with Harold Charles Newman, who spent a significant amount of his childhood in Berlin and whose family helped with some of the earliest excavations of the site. Take a listen here!

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  1. George Robertson says:

    My Grandfather on my Mother’s side of the family was born in Berlin, Nv. in the late 1800’s. His name was Charles Albert Joseph. He told me about growing up in Berlin, sounded like a pretty tough life. His father cut timber for one of the mine owners in Berlin.

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