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Logging Crew

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Description: A Knapp, Stout & Company crew with J. Bracklin (in fur coat), logging superintendent.
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Office of Rice Lake Lumber Company

Date: 1890
Description: View across street towards a two-story building, with a sidewalk, low fence and a telephone or power pole in front. There is a widow's walk and a chimney o...
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A "Landing" — Lake Ice 2 or 3 Feet Thick

Date: 1890
Description: View of a man standing on a log among a large pile of logs spread out on the snow-covered ice of a lake. He is leaning on the handle of what may be a cant...
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Downhill Haul of Logs

Date: 1890
Description: Six men are posing on and next to a large stack of logs, which are piled on a sled drawn by two horses. The men are all carrying cant hooks. The initials "...
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Lunch at the Lumber Camp

Date: 1890
Description: View up slope towards a group of men posing in the snow alongside a table with pots and dishes on it. An ox with a yoke and a pair of wooden staves is stan...
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2 Ox Power Jammer at Work

Date: 1890
Description: Five men are posing on or near a tall stack of logs on a sled, with more logs being added. Three of the men are carrying cant hooks, and two horses are yok...
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Four Horses Pulling a Haul of Logs

Date: 1890
Description: Five men are posing on or near a sled piled high with logs, which is being hauled by a team of four horses.
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Oxen in Harness with Haul of Logs

Date: 1887
Description: Seven men are posing on or near a haul of logs loaded onto a sled. Some of the men are holding cant hooks. A team of oxen are yoked to the sled.
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Horse-Drawn Haul of Logs

Date: 1905
Description: Eleven men are posing on or near a tall stack of logs on a sled. Some of the men are holding cant hooks. The logs are being hauled by a team of four horses...
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Workers in Front of Lumber Camp

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Description: Group portrait of men posing in front of a long building. Many of the men have pipe's in their mouths. A group of men on the left are sitting on logs and p...
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Workers with a Haul of Logs

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Description: Group portrait of seven men posing on or around a pile of logs. Some of the men are carrying cant hooks. The logs are being hauled on a sled pulled by two...
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Downhill Haul of Logs

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Description: View down snow-covered hill towards five men posing on or next to a haul of logs on a sled, which are being pulled by a team of four horses through trees.
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Rice Lake Lumber Company Base Camp — Long Lake Dam

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Description: View of a lumber camp, with several buildings in the background. A bridge spans a river near the dam site.
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Sluicing Logs Below Long Lake Dam

Date: 1905
Description: View of logs gathering in water just past a sluicing gate. Three people are standing on top of the dam.
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Above Long Lake Dam

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Description: Exterior view down slope of several buildings. A sluice gate is partially visible, with several logs nearby.
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Driving Crew at Hardwood Mill

Date: 1900
Description: View of several men standing and kneeling in front of mill buildings. There are logs floating near the sluice gate.
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Man Shoeing an Ox

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Description: View of a man shoeing an ox, which is standing in a sling in a fenced enclosure. In the background, a man is standing near a building and is wearing a suit...
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Rice Lake Plant

Date: 1900
Description: Elevated view of a lumber plant, with large stacks of lumber stacked around it. A lake is behind the plant.
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Tow Boat on Long Lake

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Description: View across water towards a tow boat on the lake. Two men are standing on the top of the boat near a chimney spewing smoke.
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Winter Logging on Rice Lake

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Description: View across water towards logs floating along the lake. Several buildings, including a water tower and a silo, are on the opposite shoreline.

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