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Lumber Camp Employees and Lumber

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Description: Wisconsin Land & Lumber Company Camp 15. Lumberjacks posed atop a sled load of logs, scaled at 13,562 board feet of lumber.
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Chippewa Valley Village

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Description: Winter view of Chippewa (Ojibwa) Valley village.
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Cutover Stump Land

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Description: Cutover stump land showing a small wooden building on the lefthand side of the image.
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Stump Land and Soil Erosion

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Description: Forest destroyed by destructive logging followed by a fire. The right-hand side of the image shows where soil erosion has begun.
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Cutover Timberland

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Description: Cutover timberlands in Northern Wisconsin.
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Cutover Land

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Description: Expanse of land with tree stumps with trees and buildings in the background.
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Dells of the St. Louis River, head of the falls

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Description: Dells of the St. Louis River, at the head of the falls. Log pile at the left hand side. Man with pole on right.
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Dells of the St. Louis River, at the bridge

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Description: Dells of the St. Louis River, at the bridge. Scattered limbless trees in the background.
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McCormick-Deering TracTractor

Date: 1943
Description: Men using a McCormick-Deering TracTractor (crawler tractor) to pull tree stumps from the ground. The men may be clearing the way for a road.
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Cutover Forest Area

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Description: Forest area that once furnished employment for settlers, but through lack of reforestation was considered almost worthless at the time this image was creat...
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Logging with a TD-18 Crawler Tractor

Date: 1940
Description: A man pulls logs with an International TD-18 Diesel TracTracTor (crawler tractor). The tractor was owned by the Pacific National Lumber Company and was eng...
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Logging with an International TD-18 Crawler Tractor

Date: 1940
Description: A man operates an International TD-18 Diesel TracTractor (crawler tractor) in a logging operation. The tractor was owned by the Pacific National Lumber Com...
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International Crawler Tractor in Logging Operation

Date: 1940
Description: A man pulls logs with an International TracTracTor (crawler tractor) on a logging road in a forest.
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Logging with an International TD-9 Crawler Tractor

Date: 1939
Description: Men use an International TD-9 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) with Carco(?) winch in a logging operation.
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Logging on the Spanish River

Date: May 1939
Description: International TD-35 Diesel TracTracTor (crawler tractor) owned by A.C. Duval. A man uses the machine to push logs into the Spanish River. The river is loc...
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Men and Pile of Logs Near the Spanish River

Date: May 1939
Description: Men with an International TD-35 Diesel TracTracTor (crawler tractor) owned by A.C. Duval. Another man stands on a large pile of logs with a pole in his han...
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Logging with a TD-35 Crawler Tractor

Date: 1939
Description: Men with an International TD-35 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) engaged in logging operations. According to the original caption, the tractor "logs an averag...
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Three Men with T-20 TracTracTor

Date: 1938
Description: Three men with an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor). Original caption reads: "F.J. Jacks is known all over northern Mississippi as a logger...
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Transporting Logs with a T-20 Crawler Tractor

Date: 1938
Description: Two men use an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) to skid logs in cypress timber. Original caption reads: "F.J. Jacks of Tunica, Mississippi,...
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TD-35 Crawler Tractor Skidding Logs

Date: 1938
Description: Man operating a crawler tractor in old growth forest. Origional caption reads: "International TD-35 Diesel TracTracTor owned by M.C. Hamilton, Fulton, Alab...

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