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Logging in Wisconsin by Carrie M. Ronnander

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Acres of white pine once covered northern Wisconsin.  Beginning in 1840, men began to log these forests but by 1910 the Wisconsin forests had been decimated.  This is the story of the Wisconsin lumber industry - the lumbermen and companies, the devilment of cities along the Wisconsin, Chippewa, and other northern rivers. The books is written by Carrie M. Ronnander, who works at the Chippewa Valley Museum, and Diana L. Peterson, who works at the Paul Bunyan Logging Museum.  Over 150 images.  Part of the Images of America series.

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CONDITION OF THE PRODUCT New / Vendor Created
DIMENSIONS (L X W X H) 9 x 6 x 1/2 inches
MATERIALS (MADE OF) paper
WEIGHT LBS/OZ (INCL. PKGING) 1 lb
SKU LMR-013