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Lumber and Logging Industry


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Subject:  Rivers  Groups:  Lumber and Logging Industry   Sort by:  Relevance
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Four Men on Logs with the Tugboat Emulator, circa 1900 
ImageMysteries:  2002  Black and white photograph of four loggers standing on logs which may or may not be in the river. All of the men are holding long sticks. Behind them in the river is the tugboat Emulator is going past them. On the side of the boat "Em...tor" is painted in on the side of tug in white.
Logs being put in the River, circa 1930
 
Image  2002  Black and white photograph of a group lumberjacks standing on a log boom on the river. These men are waiting for a tugboat to pick up the log boom. On the left of the photo there is a cabin on a barge where the loggers live while they are working.
The Mike Pulling Two Scows of Tanbark Steams, circa 1920
 
Image  2003  Black and white photograph of the tugboat Mike pulling two barges of tanbark. The Mike is traveling the Magnetawan. The name of the boat was from the name of the tug's first captain. Along the bottom 'The tug boat "Mike" owned by the Knight Brothers with two scows of tanbark steams up the...
A Boom of Logs, Burk's Falls, 1900
 
Image  2003  Black and white photograph of two loggers, Harry Hewitt and Harry Philips, standing on logs in the river. There are logs on the river as far as the eye can see. A handwritten note at the bottom of the picture reads 'A boom of logs Burk's Falls, Ont. 1900.' A caption added to the picture reads...
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Lumber and Logging Industry