Michigan logging wheels, also known as big wheels, high wheels, logging
wheels, logger wheels, lumbering wheels, bummer carts, katydids or nibs, are a
The earliest lumbering was done by the French in order to build forts, fur-trading,
posts and missions. The British, and later the Americans, used Michigan's ...
Welcome to our section on Lumbering in Michigan. Michigan's rich history in this
industry was responsible for many successes and failures and the products of ...
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Jun 1, 2008 ... The importance of lumbering and the white pine in Michigan history in Michigan.
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1. LUMBERING IN MICHIGAN. By Maria Quinlan. The "shanty boys" and the "
timber barons" of the lumbering era were some of the most colorful characters in
WHITE PINE LOGGING: A BACKGROUND The earliest lumbering in Michigan
was done by the French in order to build forts, fur-trading, posts and missions.
Source: Reprint from "Making of America", Library of Congress collection. The
document describes in detail Michigan's early lumbering history, including the ...
Lumbering in Michigan's History. The forest was one of Michigan's first exploited
crops. The impact of Michigan's lumber era, roughly from 1860 to 1910, was felt ...
Lumbering in Michigan. By Maria Quinlan. The "shanty boys" and the "timber
barons" of the lumbering era were some of the most colorful characters in ...
Before the lumber boom, most of Michigan was densely forested wilderness.
Though Native Americans were the first to fell trees in Michigan, their modest