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Logging’s roots in America stretch back to the early Ever since the arrival of settlers in Jamestown in lumber has been essential to the North American economy. Today, the logging trad…

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Logging’s roots in America stretch back to the early Ever since the arrival of settlers in Jamestown in lumber has been essential to the North American economy. Today, the logging trad…

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This inserted tooth saw was manufactured by Simonds Saw & Steel Works, Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Logs are automatically measured by chain which pulls the log up the ramp to mill entrance.

Photo of loggers using axes to make a notch in a giant redwood cedar

Photo of loggers using axes to make a notch in a giant redwood cedar

Logging’s roots in America stretch back to the early 1600s. Ever since the arrival of settlers in Jamestown in 1607, lumber has been essential to the North American economy. Today, the logging trad…

Logging’s roots in America stretch back to the early 1600s. Ever since the arrival of settlers in Jamestown in 1607, lumber has been essential to the North American economy. Today, the logging trad…

This Underwood and Underwood 1902 stereo card bears the caption: "Stupendous log-raft, containing millions of feet-- a camp's year's work, profit $ 20,000-- Columbia River, Oregon."  $ 20,000 in 1902 was roughly equivalent to $ 500,000 today

This Underwood and Underwood 1902 stereo card bears the caption: "Stupendous log-raft, containing millions of feet-- a camp's year's work, profit $ 20,000-- Columbia River, Oregon." $ 20,000 in 1902 was roughly equivalent to $ 500,000 today

Paul Loebach's Watson table, which was shown at Carwan Gallery, has double-helix legs and is made of wood and carbon fiber.

Paul Loebach's Watson table, which was shown at Carwan Gallery, has double-helix legs and is made of wood and carbon fiber.

A view of a tree top in the process of falling to the ground. The tree has been identified a being 260 feet tall. A man is visible harnessed...

A view of a tree top in the process of falling to the ground. The tree has been identified a being 260 feet tall. A man is visible harnessed...

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