Logging in Wisconsin

Logging in Wisconsin

Logging in Wisconsin explores the 70 years when logging ruled the state, covering the characters who worked in forests and on rivers, the tools they used, and the places where they lived and worked.

Wisconsin was the perfect setting for the lumber industry: acres of white pine forests (acquired through treaties with American Indians) and rivers to transport logs to sawmills. From 1840 to 1910, logging literally reshaped the landscape of Wisconsin, providing employment… (more)

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Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (July 10, 2017)

Collection: Images of America

Parent ISBN: 9781467125321

Page count: 128 pages

File size: 32 MB

Language: English


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