The Eastern California Museum is sponsoring an historical remembrance of the Great Lone Pine
Earthquake of 1872 that struck the Eastern Sierra impacting lives, property, and landscapes.
The event takes place on March 26 th , 2022 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the gravesite of the
1872 Earthquake Victims located on the west side of Highway 395, one mile north of Lone Pine.
The remembrance will feature stories and accounts of this powerful event.
Organizers ask that you park along the west side of the highway along the pullout; look for
parking assistants. Please bring water, dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes.
This is an outdoor event with limited seating; Covid precautions encouraged.
For further information and questions, contact the Eastern California Museum at
Master of Ceremonies. Kingsley
Land Acknowledgement, Kathy Bancroftt
Early Lone pine, pre quake presentation, Shawn
The quake ; denny kruska
Ginny Stockman, descendent of Meysan family, who lost her great aunt Alice Meysan in the
Jennifer Duncan, as Eva Shepherd Gunn
Dan Berry, impact on Hispanic/ Latino community
Impacts on other valley areas. Ted Williams
Relief, Rebuilding; how the world saw the quake Chris Langley
The calling of names of deceased; members of audience fix flowers to fence
Flag lowered at half staff.