19 December 2014

Lumber Jacks & Loggers " White Pine Era" In Michigan in 1840-1900 Booklet from Rolland H, Maybee

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MICHIGAN WHITE PINE ERA... White Pine Was King

Milled white pine turned into an excellent working material for building.

Did you have an Ancestor that came to Michigan to work as a LumberJack? 

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Michigan Logging Rivers
White Pine Era


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White Pine the Pine highly sought after for its better quality.  Michigan was full of White Pine.

The rivers used in Michigan logging of White Pine were: Ontonagan, Menominee, Ford, Escanaba, Sturgean, Manistique, Tahquemenon, Chebogan, Black, Thunder, Au Sable, Boardman, Betsie, Manistee, Pine, Little Manistee, Pere Marquette, Muskegon, Molasses, Rifle, Au Gres, White, Tobacco, Chippewa, Tittabawassee, Cass, Saginaw, Bad, Shiawassee, Flint, Lower Black, Flat, Rogue, Grand Rivers.

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