Old Huckleberry Stories From the Archives

Athough this article was originally published 100 YEARS AGO, it is still a warning for today!

The Globe reported that a large black bear had carried away a baby, 18-months-old, while the mother was picking huckleberries outside Cheboygan, Mich. The mother, a Polish woman, left the child sleeping in charge of a child who was eight years old. A sheriff dispatched a posse of 10 men and a deputy to the scene, but they were unable to find any trace of the child or the bear. A band of Gypsies from the United States entered Canada at Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. They were heading west to take up farms, and had $11,000 in gold with them.

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