"Fluming lumber from the Oregon mountains" - Keystone View Co., Publisher, copyright 1899, stereoscope slide retrieved from the Library of Congress
The Frozen Logger (Johnny Cash version):
"The World's Fair load of logs, 36,055 feet,"
"Logs being hauled by one team of horses from Mich. forest to Ontonogan river for the transport to Chicago, Feb. 26, 1893, for exhibit at the World's Columbian Exposition." - copyright 1893, Photo by G.A. Werner, copyrighted by estate of Thomas Nester, Detroit, Mich.; retrieved from the Library of Congress for educational purposes only.
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