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"Weep for U.S." is forest lab's wail to Betty  No YearDaneMadisonView
Early lumbering in Wisconsin  No Year  View
Our great lumber interestsDecember 1872DoorSturgeon BayView
Milling (Its early history in Brown County)May061875Brown View
Future Rice LakeNovember051885BarronRice LakeView
Mabel Tainter memorial buildingJune291890DunnMenomonieView
On Red Cedar riverOctober211891DunnMenomonieView
After fifty yearsAugust141896DunnMenomonieView
Famous Iron BrigadeMarch011896Iron View
Lumbering on the St. CroixJanuary141899St. Croix View
Economy their needDecember271904Fond Du LacFond du LacView
Looking back forty yearsJune251904MarinetteMarinetteView
Timber product Wisconsin ValleyJuly241905MarathonWausauView
Want brooks mill removedOctober041905RockBeloitView
Capital city's first saw millApril011906DaneMadisonView
History of the lumber industryOctober211906La CrosseLa CrosseView
Old settler remembersJuly211906VilasEagle RiverView
Wisconsin manufacturing Co.May051907JeffersonJeffersonView
Jefferson Gregg is second white boy born in cityJune161909MilwaukeeRiver HillsView
R. L. banquets O. H. IngramDecember241909BarronRice LakeView
The O. H. Ingram banquetJanuary071910BarronRice LakeView
Three successful lumberjacksApril281910LincolnMerrillView
Wisconsin's men of wealth have been faithful servants of stateAugust291910PortageStevens PointView
Eau Claire editor, after visit to Menomonie in 1860, wrote up townJune061914Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
Find bit of historyJuly161914  View
Early history of brooks mill is related to daily news by ellery b. craneFebruary151915RockBeloitView
Historical sketch of the old millMay101915SaukMerrimacView
The lumber camps of long agoJanuary141915Chippewa View
The whir of the sawmill still heard in the landApril241915WinnebagoOshkoshView
"The trail of the lonesome pine"November231916St. CroixNevers DamView
Ancient history of Knapp, Stout Co.September081916BarronChetekView
Ancient history of Knapp, Stout Co.October061916BarronChetekView
Ancient history of Knapp, Stout Co.August181916BarronChetekView
Cruising, surveying, logging and log driving and dam building in pioneer days of north Wis.March091916Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
Early lumbering days in Eau Claire recalledMay161916Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
End of logging eraMay241916GrantLancasterView
Lumbering in Chippewa ValleyFebruary021916ChippewaEau ClaireView
Tells of logging camp in the pioneer daysDecember081916Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
The Blockhouse millAugust021916GrantPlattevilleView
Logging camp yarns 311917Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
Menomonie: is set back in 1846March291917DunnMenomonieView
Passing of an old relicOctober111917Marathon View
Story of lumber war romance of badger industryMarch111917DaneMadisonView
The wild fruits of the pineryJune151917IowaDodgevilleView
Presents log camp model to library hereAugust151918Eau ClaireEau ClaireView
Former residents of Porter's Mills will hold reunion today on site of old town, now fields of waving grainJuly271919Eau Claire View
Willard Keyes with party who logged here in Winter of 1818-19-probably with Rollette Party-and build first millOctober091919JacksonBlack River FallsView
Gideon Young was a trotterDecember141920LincolnMerrillView
Lumber Camp in GreenfieldJanuary101920SaukGreenfieldView
Stanley sawmill saws last log after 29 years operationSeptember171920ChippewaStanleyView
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