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"A tragedy of the Wisconsin pinery"

A Tragedy of the Wisconsin Pinery: Clashes between loggers and Indians were a common occurrence in the woods of Northern Wisconsin in the 19th century. James Bracklin was superintendent of logging and log driving for the Knapp-Stout Lumber Company of Menomonie for more than 30 years. Here, Bracklin recounts an incident in the woods of St. Croix County in the summer of 1864. (10 pages)

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Citation: "A tragedy of the Wisconsin pinery" Wisconsin Magazine Of History. Volume: 03 /Issue: 1 (1919-1920)

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