Jeff Jardine

March 19, 2014 5:01 PM

Jeff Jardine: Knight Ferry’s historic landmark designation set in bronze come Saturday

It was a fuss was over a truss – not the longevity of the 151-year-old Knights Ferry covered bridge – that led to it being recognized as a National Historic Landmark. A ceremony Saturday, just before the first of the annual Civil War re-enactment battles, will dedicate the bridge and unveil a plaque marking its status.

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