Capt. Hans Henry Buhne's descendants ...

Capt. Hans Henry Buhne's descendants are slipping away

There are 27 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Mar 23, 2009, titled Capt. Hans Henry Buhne's descendants are slipping away. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

There are still a few families with direct lineages to the area's first white settlers, but one among the most well-known is slowly fading away with the recent passing of Henry Buhne Redmond -- the great-grandson of Captain Hans Henry Buhne, among the crew of the schooner Laura Virginia that arrived on Humboldt Bay in April 1850.

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time

Arcata, CA

#22 Mar 24, 2009
ARCATA RESIDENT wrote:
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That's really really STUPID to turn a story about on of the first settlers in to your own little rant about pot. And then to add we should have cut down the last of the old growth is even less bright. I'm sure you have a great education as well . You seem very simple sir.
Go SUCK on another pipe and lose some more brain cells you h.s.u. idiot.......
Historical Values

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#24 Mar 26, 2009
Isn't it interesting after all these years how the Times-Standard writers still believe that one can dock your ship and claim the land to be yours??? I wish that I could go to Eureka, choose the house that I want and say "Now I like this one, and regardless of your living here first, I will call it mine!" Come on. Wake up, and lets report the truth already. It is time that Humboldt accepts the wrong doings of the past, and stops claiming what wasn't theirs in the first place.
Kuzinski

Modesto, CA

#25 Mar 26, 2009
Historical Values, if you have historical values you might realize that times were different then than they are now. What was acceptable 160 years ago is not necessarily acceptable now. I hear Thomas Jefferson being quoted now for his brilliance yet did he not do what is now considered wrong? George Washington did what is acceptable but is now considered wrong? Times change and values change. I don't believe the Times-Standard writers believe that one can dock their ship and claim the land. What they were reporting is what took place way, way back then. I wonder if the indians that were here in 1850 or so had kicked out some indians in 1830? Hmmm! Don't be so anxious to stretch history to fit your current values. By the way, I think you are living on "Osprey dives for fish"'s property.
ARCATA RESIDENT

Seaside, CA

#26 Mar 26, 2009
time wrote:
<quoted text>Go SUCK on another pipe and lose some more brain cells you h.s.u. idiot.......
You are really bright now. I'm in my fifties and don't even smoke pot you loser . I actually think it makes you stupid and lazy if you smoke it all day long. I just think it's even more dumb to be illegal. We waste money we don't have to enforce prohibition and to put non violent people in jail.

$.40.000 dollars a year is not worth it to me to put some guy who grows pot in jail . I would rather pay the teachers more money to educate kids

I think you need some anger management there redneck
ARCATA RESIDENT

Seaside, CA

#27 Mar 26, 2009
time wrote:
<quoted text>Go SUCK on another pipe and lose some more brain cells you h.s.u. idiot.......
If you have not figured it out yet , our State is broke plain and simple. And no matter what you like or think pot is the largest cash producer in this county. I have lived here since all we had here were rednecks and grew up hunting here and fishing here and I think we should just accept the fact that many many people depend on this money for their income that have nothing to do with growing pot.
ARCATA RESIDENT

Seaside, CA

#28 Mar 26, 2009
time wrote:
<quoted text>Go SUCK on another pipe and lose some more brain cells you h.s.u. idiot.......
Car dealers , service industry , all the health food stores , garden stores , building supplies , hardware stores , resturants should I name another dozen or so??????
HumboldtCampbell

Fremont, CA

#29 Jun 12, 2013
Hello, Im trying to find info about "Harrison" do you know any history in the area that realates to that name off hand?...
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Capn' H.H. Buhne will always be remembered in Eureka. RIP Mr Henery Buhne.

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