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Tall Trees, Tough Men by Robert E. Pike

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

The New England loggers and river drivers were a unique breed of men. Review: The author's lively prose matches the temper of his subject. The daily life of the loggers was hard - working in deep icy water fourteen hours a day, sleeping in wet blankets, eating coarse food, and constantly risking their lives. The daily life of the loggers was hard — working in deep icy water fourteen hours a day, sleeping in wet blankets, eating coarse food, and constantly risking their lives. Pike, who as a youth worked in the woods and on the rivers, writes affectionately and knowingly, with humorous anecdotes, of every detail of lumbering.

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9780393319170: Tall Trees, Tough Men (Vivid, Anecdotal History of Logging and Log

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

He describes the daily life of the logging camps, giving a picture of the different specialist jobs: the camp boss, the choppers, the sawyers and filers, the scaler, the teamsters, the river men, the railroaders, and the lumber kings. If you find documents that should not be here please report them. In this robust, informal book, Robert E. He describes the daily life of the logging camps, giving a picture of the different specialist jobs: the camp boss, the choppers, the sawyers and filers, the scaler, the teamsters, the river men, the railroaders, and the lumber kings. Working with their axes and peaveys through Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, they contributed mightily to the development of the United States.

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Tall trees, tough men, (Book, 1967) [www.thelittlegazette.com]

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

When they came out of the woods after the spring drives, they ebulliently spent their pay carousing in the staid New England towns. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume. Pike tells the colorful story of logging and log-driving in New England. He describes the daily life of the logging camps, giving a picture of the different specialist jobs: the camp boss, the choppers, the sawyers and filers, the scaler, the teamsters, the river men, the railroaders, and the lumber kings. Pike tells the colorful story of logging and log-driving in New England. Pike tells the colorful story of logging and log-driving in New England.

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9780393319170: Tall Trees, Tough Men (Vivid, Anecdotal History of Logging and Log

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

When they came out of the woods after the spring drives, they ebulliently spent their pay carousing in the staid New England towns. The daily life of the loggers was hard — working in deep icy water fourteen hours a day, sleeping in wet blankets, eating coarse food, and constantly risking their lives. Monahan, New York Times Book Review. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume. Their pay was very low, yet they were proud to call themselves loggers. Pike, who as a youth worked in the woods and on the rivers, writes affectionately and knowingly, with humorous anecdotes, of every detail of lumbering. Pike, who as a youth worked in the woods and on the rivers, writes affectionately and knowingly, with humorous anecdotes, of every detail of lumbering.

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tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

Their pay was very low, yet they were proud to call themselves loggers. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume. The daily life of the loggers was hard — working in deep icy water fourteen hours a day, sleeping in wet blankets, eating coarse food, and constantly risking t The New England loggers and river drivers were a unique breed of men. Pike, who as a youth worked in the woods and on the rivers, writes affectionately and knowingly, with humorous anecdotes, of every detail of lumbering.

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Tall Trees, Tough Men by Robert E. Pike

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

Their pay was very low, yet they were proud to call themselves loggers. The daily life of the loggers was hard — workiIn this robust, informal book, Robert E. Their pay was very low, yet they were proud to call themselves loggers. He describes the daily life of the logging camps, giving a picture of the different specialist jobs: the camp boss, the choppers, the sawyers and filers, the scaler, the teamsters, the river men, the railroaders, and the lumber kings. Monahan, New York Times Book Review Illustrated with many rare photographs. Working with their axes and peaveys through Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, they contributed mightily to the development of the United States.

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Tall trees, tough men, (Book, 1967) [www.thelittlegazette.com]

tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

When they came out of the woods after the spring drives, they ebulliently spent their pay carousing in the staid New England towns. Working with their axes and peaveys through Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, they contributed mightily to the development of the United States. The New England loggers and river drivers were a unique breed of men. Working with their axes and peaveys through Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, they contributed mightily to the development of the United States. About the Author: Robert E. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume.

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tall trees tough men vivid anecdotal history of logging and logdriving in new e

The New England loggers and river drivers were a unique breed of men. His descriptions bring the reader vividly into the woods, smelling the tangy, newly cut timber, hearing the boom of the falling trees. He describes the daily life of the logging camps, giving a picture of the different specialist jobs: the camp boss, the choppers, the sawyers and filers, the scaler, the teamsters, the river men, the railroaders, and the lumber kings. This is basic history, geography, psychology, economics, and folklore all rolled into one top-quality volume. His descriptions bring the reader vividly into the woods, smelling the tangy, newly cut timber, hearing the boom of the falling trees. Working with their axes and peaveys through Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, they contributed mightily to the development of the United States. All document files are the property of their respective owners, please respect the publisher and the author for their copyrighted creations.

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