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history of lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960.

Smith, David C.

history of lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960.

by Smith, David C.

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Published by University of Maine Press in Orono .
Written in English


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SeriesStudies -- 93.
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Open LibraryOL18945405M

See our information file reproduction of a section of this book by James Rosier, A True Relation of Captain George Weymouth his Voyage. Made this Present Yeere A history of lumbering in Maine Maine Studies No. Orono, ME. Smith, David C. and Schriver, Edward O., Eds. (). The history of the area comprising the U.S. of A state of Maine spans thousands of years, measured from the earliest human settlement, or less than two hundred, measured from the advent of U.S. statehood in The present article will concentrate on the period of European contact and after. The origin of the name Maine is unclear. One theory is it was named after .

April 7, - John Walker, English pharmacist, recorded his first sale of the friction matches he invented the previous year (wooden stirring stick he used in a mixture of potash and antimony); never patented the invention, production limited to a sideline of his pharmacy business.. - Lucifer matches first manufactured.   Rohe, Randall E. "The Evolution of the Great Lakes Logging Camp, ," Journal of Forest History 30(1): ; Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, – (University of Maine Press, ) Sorden, L. G. and Vallier, Jacque. Lumberjack Lingo: A Dictionary of the Logging Era. (Ashland, Wis.: NorthWord, ). pp.

Rohe, Randall E. "The Evolution of the Great Lakes Logging Camp, ," Journal of Forest History 30(1): ; Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, – (University of Maine Press, ) Sorden, L. G. and Vallier, Jacque. Lumberjack Lingo: A Dictionary of the Logging Era. (Ashland, Wis.: NorthWord, ). pp. richard g. wood, history of lumbering in maine later printing and david c. smith, history of lumbering in maine university of maine press, orono, both with clipped jackets vg+/vg.


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History of lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960 by Smith, David C. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brilliant history of the lumbering industry in Maine, written by the University of Maine's official book delves into the history of the logging industry (pine, spruce), an analysis of logger's life, driving the logs through the rivers, the great saw mills, manufacture of lumber and finally shipping and sale of the end : $ Get this from a library.

A history of lumbering in Maine, [David C Smith]. A HISTORY OF LUMBERING IN MAINE, By David C. Smith. Orono, Maine, University of Maine Press, Pp. xvi + $ Reviewed by Fred W. Kohlmeyer Professor of History Illinois State University Since Richard Wood's History of Lumbering in Maine, has stood as the standard history of the forest industry of that.

Ralph W. Hidy; A History of Lumbering in Maine, – By David C. Smith. (Orono: University of Maine Press, xvi + pp. Map, illustrations, tablesCited by: A history of lumbering in Maine, by Smith, David C.,University of Maine Press edition, in EnglishPages: The history of the area comprising the U.S.

state of Maine spans thousands of years, measured from the earliest human settlement, or less than two hundred, measured from the advent of U.S.

statehood in The present article will concentrate on the period of European contact and after. The origin of the name Maine is unclear. One theory is it was named after the French. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Easy to read book on the history of lumbering in New England, including Maine.

Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine University of Maine Studies No. 3, Orono, Maine: University of Maine Press, Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, Orono, University of Maine Press, Maine SD M2 S57; Springer, John S.

Forest Life and Forest Trees: Comprising Winter Camp-life Among the Loggers, and Wild-wood Adventure. With Descriptions of Lumbering Operations on the Various Rivers of Maine and New Brunswick. I have found important information in his epic “A History of Lumbering in Maine, ” for almost every column I have written about the.

Wood's consideration of lumbering practices depended too heavily on a 4 Richard G. Wood, A History of Lumbering in Maine, (Orono, Me., University of Maine Press, ); David C. Smith, A History of Lumbering in Maine. Mathematicians in Bologna – Book.

January ; DOI: / Salvatore Coen; A History of Lumbering in Maine, by Richard G. Bangor (/ ˈ b æ ŋ ɡ ɔːr /) is a city in the U.S. state of Maine, and the county seat of Penobscot city proper has a population of 33, making it the state's 3rd largest settlement behind Portland (66,) and Lewiston (36,).

Modern Bangor was established in the midth century with the lumber and shipbuilding y: United States. The river landmarks are accurately described and can be visited today, nearly years after the original publication date.

This book is a must to read for anyone who visits the West Branch of the Penobscot River in Maine/5(7). A History of Lumbering in Maine, – (University of Maine Press, ) Sorden, L. and Vallier, Jacque. Lumberjack Lingo: A Dictionary of the Logging Era.

This volume will go on bookshelves next to the classics on Maine forest history including Smith's A History of Lumbering in Maine, – (University of Maine Press, ) and Judd's Aroostook: A Century of Logging in Northern Maine (University of Maine Press, ); in a decade or so, the authors will probably be asked for an updated Author: Lloyd C.

Irland. REFLECTOR OVEN HISTORY. THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO THE HARDY SOULS OF THAT ERA. 9 Excerpts from book "Lumbering in Maine " by David C. Smith, Published by University Of Maine Pr 11, 12 Excerpts from Christian Science Monitor edition.

Ma   Pea Cove Boom was located behind Orson Island just above Old Town where the Penobscot splits into two channels, according to David C. Smith in his book “History of Lumbering in Maine, ”. A history of lumbering in Maine: / By Richard G. Wood; with a new introduction by David C.

Smith Book / In-house Use Only Collection: Books and Pamphlets. ); David C. Smith, A History of Lumbering in Maine, (Orono: University of Maine Press, ); Charles E. Clark, The Eastern Frontier: The Settlement of Cited by: 1. History of Lumbering in Maine, (Orono: University of Maine Press, ), pp.

15, 18; Jensen, Lumber and Labor, p. There must have been other items, because this diet alone over five months would have laid crews low with scurvy. While the disease is mentioned in contemporary accounts, it does not appear to have been a plague.

Maine History Volume 41 Number 2 Maine Monuments and Memorials Article 2 E. S. Coe and the Allagash Wildlands Dean B. Bennett University of Maine Farmington."This book is a different kind of war story: both a powerful chronicle of life in battle and a unique portrait of courage fueled by a life-long passion for political justice." A history of lumbering in Maine, by David C Smith (Book) 7 editions published Smith, David C.

(David Clayton),   An expanded version of his dissertation was published in as A History of Lumbering in Maine, – Smith's first appointment was at Hobart and William Smith College in Geneva, New York, where he taught for five years. He then returned to the University of Maine, where he taught until his retirement in