This is a copy of a letter of response to Hermann Jones by C. W. Goodsell. The letter describes Goodsell's memories of growing up in Fallasburg and the construction of the Fallasburg bridge, which he says was constructed by a Frenchman named Jerard Buzee in 1867. Goodsell recalls riding logs down the river with his friends, as well as riding "a horse for John Fallas in the first Fair of(?) Lowell." The following was an attached note of description regarding the letter: "The letter from C. W. Goodsell, John's son from a 2nd marriage writes about the bridge origins." This letter was included in a collection of other documents related to the Goodsell Family.
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