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history of lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960

Smith, David C.

history of lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960

by Smith, David C.

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Published by University of Maine Press in Orono .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Maine
    • Subjects:
    • Logging -- Maine -- History.,
    • Forests and forestry -- Maine -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [441]-462.

      Statement[by] David C. Smith.
      SeriesUniversity of Maine studies,, no. 93
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD538.2.M2 S57
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 468 p.
      Number of Pages468
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5320358M
      LC Control Number72170818

      Rohe, Randall E. "The Evolution of the Great Lakes Logging Camp, ," Journal of Forest History 30(1): ; Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, – (University of Maine Press, ) Sorden, L. G. and Vallier, Jacque. Lumberjack Lingo: A Dictionary of the Logging Era. (Ashland, Wis.: NorthWord, ). pp. History of Monroe, Maine From A Gazetteer of the State of Maine By Geo. J. Varney Half a mile above the last was a lumber and stave mill, and two miles above this were saw and shingle mills. On the outlet of Northern Pond was “Thurlough Mill,” with capacity of manufacturing annually , feet of lumber. On the outlet of the Thomas.

        Known as the Pine Tree State, Maine once led the world in lumber production. It was the first great lumber-producing region, with Bangor at its center. Today, the state has nearly 18 million acres of timberland, and forest products still make up a major industry. pages. Larger amount of illustrations in this one. Hardcover book: A History of Lumbering in Maine - by Richard G. Wood. Printed by University of Maine .

      A History of Lumbering in Maine, by Richard G Wood, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.   Logging and Lumbering in Maine examines the history from its earliest roots in to the present, providing a pictorial record of land use and activity in Maine. The state's lumber industry went through several historical periods, beginning with the vast pine and spruce harvests, the organization of major corporate interests, the change from.


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Known as the “Pine Tree State,” Maine once led the world in lumber production. Today, the State has nearly eighteen million acres of timberland, and forest products still make up a major industry. This book examines the history from its earliest roots in to the present, providing a pictorial record of land use and activity in Maine.

Charles E. Clark; A History of Lumbering In Maine, – By Richard G. Wood and A History of Lumbering In Maine, – By David C. Smith, Forest &. River driving was at its peak between andaccording to David C.

Smith’s A History of Lumbering in Maine On the Kennebec, it started a bit later and was continuing, though near its end, when his book was published in Wood was cut in the fall and winter and stacked near or on frozen streams, river and lakes. Maine: “The Pine Tree State” Maine, known fondly as “The Pine Tree State” has a long, rich history of logging.

Before gaining its statehood inMaine was part of the Massachusetts territory and was involved in the lumber trade with England. In the early days, beautiful pines were harvested from Maine’s forests to supply masts for England’s navy.

Settlers to the region also. Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, Orono, University of Maine Press, Maine SD M2 S57; Springer, John S. Forest Life and Forest Trees: Comprising Winter Camp-life Among the Loggers, and Wild-wood Adventure.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David C. Smith. Maine: “The Pine Tree State” Maine, known fondly as “The Pine Tree State” has a long, rich history of logging. Before gaining its statehood inMaine was part of the Massachusetts territory and was involved in the lumber trade with England.A History of Lumbering in Maine, By David C.

Smith. Orono, Maine, University of Maine Press, Pp. xvi + $ - Volume 47 Issue 1 - Fred W. Kohlmeyer.Ralph W. Hidy; A History of Lumbering in Maine, – By David C. Smith. (Orono: University of Maine Press, xvi + pp. Map, illustrations, tables.