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The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest

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Northrop, E. B.; Chittenden, H. A., Jr., Editor
The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Lumberman Publishing Co., September, 1874

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Contents

[Cover] The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest

Principal contents

New iron frame double circular saw-mill. A description of interest to practical mill men--a fine product of the Reliance Works of E. P. Allis and Co.

[Title page] The Wisconsin lumberman

The Wisconsin lumberman for 1874-5, pp. [unnumbered]-560

The power of the lumber trade, pp. 560-561

A proposed convention at Chicago, pp. 561-562

Receipts and shipments at Chicago, p. 562

A special premium for saws, pp. 562-563

The Wisconsin Valley R. R., p. 563

Receipts and shipments, pp. 563-564

An important meeting, p. 564

Southern pine lands, p. 565

The middle men, pp. 565-568

U. D. Mihills and Co., p. 568

The inspection law of Wisconsin, pp. 568-569

The Chippewa improvement, p. 569

Lumbering at Dubuque, pp. 569-570

Maple veneering, p. 570

Red woods--the California supply, pp. 570-571

The market at St. Louis, pp. 571-572

"Chippewa city", pp. 572-573

The lumber trade. From New York to Australia, pp. 573-574

Lumbering near Evart, Michigan, p. 574

Prices and grades of California lumber, p. 574

Good sawing at a Minneapolis mill, p. 585

A rare chance for investment, p. 585

Lumber driers, pp. 586-589

Proposed lumber convention, p. 589

The pine woods of Pennsylvania, pp. 589-591

Lumber in Mississippi, pp. 591-592

The conditions and prospects of the lumber trade, pp. 593-594

The hoop trade, pp. 594-595

The hemlock extract business, p. 595

Naval stores. Commercial products of the yellow pine--manufacture of turpentine, resin, tar and pitch, pp. 596-597

Curtailment of production, pp. 597-599

Logs and loggers, pp. 599-600

An immense mill sale. A company owning half the pine in Brown County, p. 600

The champion show-case manufacturer, p. 600

The lumbermens' convention at Ottawa, pp. 601-609

Lumbermen's association in California, pp. 610-611

Mahron's preventative of boiler incrustations, p. 611

The railroad to Chippewa Falls, p. 612

Meeting of the river improvement committee, pp. 613-614

Early days at Chippewa Falls, pp. 614-616

Lumber statistics. Our saw and shingle mills--the daily manufacture--men employed, etc., pp. 616-618

Reciprocity. The proposed treaty with Canada as looked upon by the Boston lumber trade, pp. 618-620

The condition of the lumber trade, pp. 620-623

Chippewa River improvements, p. 623

The forests of British Guiana, pp. 623-624

A Wisconsin lumberman, pp. 624-625

First class machinery, pp. 625-628

Timber supply of the southern states, pp. 629-630

The revival of business, pp. 630-631

The electrical phenomena of steam, pp. 631-632

Lumber market, pp. 617-622

[Advertisements], pp. 623-[658]

Lumbermen's register, pp. 659-680 ff.


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