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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.; Bishop, W. H., Editor
The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Volume I. Number 2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Lumberman Publishing Co., November, 1873

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Contents

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

[Title page] The Wisconsin lumberman

The future demand for lumber, pp. [unnumbered]-51

An evil that needs correcting, p. 51

The lumber trade of Milwaukee, pp. 52-53

Oshkosh, pp. 53-54

Fox River improvement, pp. 55-56

Early lumbering in Wisconsin, pp. 56-57

The Dells of the Wisconsin River, pp. 58-59

Value of pine stumpage, pp. 59-60

A batch of blunders corrected, p. 60

Lumbering in Michigan, p. 61

[Editorial items], p. 62

Timber planting in the west, Harrison, C. S. pp. 63-64

The Sturgeon Bay Canal, p. 64

Lumbering affairs on Black River, p. 65

The lumber trade of Stevens Point, p. 66

Government timber, pp. 67-68

Stave trade of Michigan, pp. 68-69

The waste of timber, p. 69

A chapter from the history of the future, p. 70

Sawyer's purchase, p. 70

Growth of pine timber, p. 71

Life on the Saginaw, p. 72

Our trees and their changes, p. 73

Timber trade of Canada overdone, pp. 73-74

Lumbering statistics, p. 74

Market of the Saginaw Valley, p. 74

The question of wages, p. 75

Lumbering on the Wisconsin, p. 76

Operations on Green Bay, p. 77

Operations on the east shore, p. 78

The trade at the east, pp. 78-79

Evils of speculation, p. 79

Advice about boilers, pp. 79-80

A big Michigan mill, p. 80

Revival of American shipbuilding, pp. 80-81

Business of Wood County, p. 81

Lumber and logs, pp. 81-82

Lumbering in Canada, pp. 82-84

Northwestern Lumber Co. Its rise and progress--description of its mills--sketch of its officers, pp. 85-86

Wisconsin's youngest town, pp. 87-88

Good advice to Mr. Boutwell, p. 88

Pond's patent gang-saw jointer, pp. 89-90

Trade of central and northern Wisconsin, pp. 90-91

A lumbermen's association, pp. 91-92

The Wisconsin pineries, pp. 93-94

Advantages of Wisconsin's lumber trade, pp. 94-95

Take courage!, pp. 95-96

To creditors of lumbermen, p. 96

What the Wisconsin lumberman has to say for itself, p. 97

Editorial notes, p. 98

The lumber market, pp. 99-100

[Advertisements], pp. 100-107

Lumbermen's register, pp. [108]-112 ff.


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