4 edition of copper country logger"s tale found in the catalog.
copper country logger"s tale
George Walton Smith
|Statement||by G. Walton Smith and Clarence J. Monette.|
|Contributions||Monette, Clarence J., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SD538.2.M5 S64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||81481005|
A Giant Walked Among Them: Half-tall Tales of Paul Bunyan and His Loggers. Francestown, NH: Marshall Jones Company, pages. A collection of the author's original tales concerning life in the lumber camps with Paul Bunyan and his group of hand picked lumberjacks. “The Iron Ghost is a fun, fast-paced read.” – Astounding Yarns "The Copper Cat series has so far proved, with two books to date, to be both entertaining and memorable. It's a fresh set of stories and characters in a genre that sees so much of the same done over and over again; its inventiveness and diversity is impressive and distinctive."Brand: Watkins Media.
'This book carefully blends conceptual insights with extensive empirical evidence to navigate the reader through an issue that is still poorly understood [and is] a valuable reference for the development practitioner to understand the fundamental causes of illegal logging, its myriad consequences and the policy choices available to address the problem' Nalin Kishor, Forest . An Amazon tribe fights back against illegal logging. is the poorest state in the country, and until about 40 or 50 years ago it was quite heavily forested.
Maine, known fondly as “The Pine Tree State” has a long, rich history of logging. Before gaining its statehood in , Maine 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. Argent - Last of the Swamp Rats. California High Country Narrow Gauge Railroads. Cloud-Climbing Railroad: Highest Point on the Southern Pacific. El Dorado Narrow Gauge - The Diamond and Caldor Railway. Deep Woods Frontier: A History of Logging in Northern Michigan. Ghost Lumber Towns of Central Pennsylvania. The Goodyears - An Empire in the Hemlocks.
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Walton Smith and Clarence J. Monette Second of a Local History Series Soft Cover 68 Pages. Timber Harvesting P.O. Box Montgomery, AL Tel: Fax: Fax: Contact Form.
Early Coos County loggers [Beckham, Curt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early Coos County loggersAuthor: Curt Beckham. Subject: Loggers Sub-subjects. A copper country logger's tale by George Walton Smith (1 copies) "Chips" and Slivers by Jim DeSautel (1 copies) The log-jam by Harry Luton (1 copies) Forks Loggers Memorial: a tribute by Logger Memorial Book.
Books shelved as logging: Serena by Ron Rash, Sometimes a Great Notion by Ken Kesey, Barkskins by Annie Proulx, The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth. The reprint of Agnes M. Larson’s The White Pine Industry in Minnesota is a welcome reminder of how previous generations wrote and thought about history.
Its sharp insights and suggestive passages brought a plethora of interesting research topics to mind. Gills provides a nice forward to the book, placing Larson within the context of her time and usefully comparing her work to.
As the loggers cleared areas in the forest, others arrived to farm the ground. It took years for the timber to be logged from the eastern seaboard.
The loggers and lumbermen moved inland to the Great Lakes region and when they had high graded the timber there, they continued west to northern California and the Pacific : Rick Steber. For sale: Western Star. cat with a 9 speed ride.
Pole trailer, headache rack all package deal $18, call Darcy at Followers: K. Purgatory Ridge is the third book in the Cork O'Connor series. Following events in the last book, Cork is no longer sheriff of Aurora, Minnesota.
He's inherited a friend's burger joint and seems fairly content. He's married Jo, an attorney who works for the Ojibwe tribe and is part Anishinaabe himself/5. Read "Tales of the Wild West: Loggers" by Rick Steber available from Rakuten Kobo.
"Logging in North America began with the arrival of European colonists in the s. In a Brand: Rick Steber. Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.
In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # fiddler Joe Cloud, Finnish and Croatian singers in Copper Country, lumberjack songs sung by loggers in the Upper Pen-insula, and “in the shadow of the [Detroit] Chrysler plant,” Pajo Tomic playing the single-string gusle and singing in Serbian a moving tale of the Balkan War.
JOHN DOUGAN is professor of music business and popular music. Stories of Loggers bring back funny memories By C. Holmes aka Corrine Pape These are stories of loggers in the upper Skagit Valley. Some of the antics of the old loggers was horseplay of men confined to camp and bored by routine, but even so, some of it was pretty wild.
Utah’s Shining Oasis. “The company’s [Kennecott Copper] mineral bull’s-eye in the Oquirrh Mountains stretches two and a half miles wide and more than half a mile deep - th32 pins. The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try. —Steve Yates, author of The Legend of the Albino Farm, the Knickerbocker Prize-winning Sandy and Wayne, and the Juniper Prize-winning Some Kinds of Love: Stories. Good time at Washington U. Every year, the men of Alpha Delta Phi at Washington University choose a Missouri author to read and discuss.
Old Loggers Path is located entirely on state forest land that formerly belonged to the Central Pennsylvania Lumber Company.
The trail takes advantage of the engineering expertise of the early logging railroaders by following the moderate grades up and down the rugged landscape.
For a detailed description of a backpacking trip on the entire Old. WILD CATTING ON THE MOUNTAIN The History of the Whitmer and Steele Lumber Companies (Book 2 in the Series Logging Railroad Era of Lumbering in Pennsylvania by Benjamin F.
G Kline: 2: Ghost Lumber Towns of Central Pennsylvania by Thomas T. III Taber: 3: Sunset Along Susquehanna Waters by Thomas Townsend Taber: 4.The Montana Standard is proud to present a beautiful, hardcover book featuring the memories from the late through in historic photographs of Butte.
Butte, America tells the epic tale of Butte, Montana, once the world's largest producer of copper. Butte: Montana’s Irish Mining Town The Vintage Life: Photo Mining City Memories: The Early Years.To better grasp the Copper Canyon country's immense size and impact, imagine if the entire state of Colorado was surrounded by several Grand Canyons -- and that the state could only be reached by narrow mule trails and a few poorly maintained gravel roads.
Remove virtually all of the cities and replace them with forests of pine, oak and aspen.