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Photos from Michigan's 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.

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Wisconsin Land and Lumber Camp, Hermansville, MI.

Sandy Harvey's Lumber Camp, Alba, MI.

Main street of lumber camp #9 with railroad tracks running through it. Luce County.

Thomas Bonifas Lumber Company camp. Cooks are standing in background, one holding a dinner horn. The company later became the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, manufacturers of forestry products. Bass Lake.

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Gogebic County, MI.


Lumber camp boarding house, Deer Park, Luce County, MI.


Portrait of a logger and a women standing on railroad cars in front of the F.W. French Lumbering Company camp.

Photograph of Cutler and Savidge Lumber Company camp, Douglass, MI.

Photograph (of stone engraving) of lumber camp.

The pictures above show images of Michigans lumbering industry in the 1890's through the 1920's. Millions of trees were cut and shipped to markets through out the world.

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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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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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