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By Brandon Cline
For The Sentinel 

History comes alive at Stonehenge

 

September 12, 2018

Maryhill State Park

A HUNDRED YEARS LATER: Mark Harris does presentations on World War I in full costume.

It was a packed, cramped room on the night of Sept. 8 at the Stonehenge Memorial in the Maryhill State Park, as people young and old alike gathered for an engaging and insightful presentation on World War I from state park ranger Mark Harris.

Harris began giving this Saturday night presentation earlier this year, after the Goldendale Observatory operation was moved to the Stonehenge Campus as the Observatory currently undergoes renovations. Stonehenge, a full-scale replica modeled after the original in England, is a memorial that was commissioned by Samuel Hill in 1918 to honor the 14 soldiers from Klickitat County who died in World War I.

"With the 100-year anniversary of the armistice...



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