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Michigan History

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Axe cutting and Rollways

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Big Wheels

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Blacksmiths and buildings

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Buildings and lumber camps.

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Buildings and camps

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Business, money, stores.

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Modern images and pictures of lumberjack camps.

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Gates, Dams, and Horse sleds with lumber

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Horse sleds and lumber

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Horse sleds and lumber

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Bunk houses, Early hydrolic equipment, and the interior of some sawmills.

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Using the railroad to transport logs.

Photograph on the history of lumbering in Michigan

These 22 pages contain photos and information on the lumbering history of Michigan and in some cases states surrounding Michigan. Use the links along both sides of this page to access the photographs.Also, there are images of equipement used in the 1960's to harvest trees. Each page contains thumbnail images. If you wish to see larger copies of the pictures click on the thumbnail images. After you see the large image you will need to use your back arrow to return to the page. You can save the images to your computer by right clicking on the image and choosing "save image as."
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Michigan Historical Timeline - a brief timeline on the history of Michigan. Students can use this timeline to look for topics for projects and reports on Michigan History. Also see the timeline on The History of Detroit.


Web Links about Michigan and It's Hitory - Links to web sites about the History of Michigan.

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Log Marks and log piles.

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Log salvage, log slides, and maps

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Mess Halls

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Mess Halls

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Oxen teams and river scenes.

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Camp pictures.

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Camps
and general pictures.

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Ice sprinklers and sawmills.

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Saw crews and shipping

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Storage pens and tools.

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