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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 3
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Lumberman Publishing Co., December, 1873

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Contents

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

[Title page] The Wisconsin lumberman

Milwaukee as a wholesale market, pp. [unnumbered]-114

Boiler explosions, pp. 114-115

The amount of logging to be done this winter, pp. 116-117

The Lumbermen's Association, p. 117

The Woodbury claim, pp. 117-118

An important discovery, p. 118

The lumber trade of Milwaukee, pp. 119-120

The boiler tests, p. 120

Protection of timber in Europe, p. 120

Effect of the panic on manufactures and labor, pp. 121-122

The Mississippi markets, pp. 122-123

Hopeful view of the situation, p. 123

The Red River raft, p. 124

The oldest timber in the world, p. 124

The lumber interests of La Crosse, p. 125

Lute A. Taylor, p. 126

Consolidation of the Wisconsin Central and Northern R'ys, pp. 126-127

Value of forests, pp. 127-128

Retistance [Resistance] of woods to strain, p. 128

Census studies, p. 129

Tree culture for profit, pp. 130-131

Assault upon Philadelphia's lumber interests, p. 131

The forty-fifth parallel, p. 131

Close of navigation on the Wolf, p. 132

A fatal lumber report, p. 132

Shipments from the Saginaw Valley, pp. 133-134

Forests and rain-fall, pp. 134-135

The Bank of England, p. 135

Improved frost log dog, pp. 136-137

Destroying forests, p. 137

The fun of banking, p. 137

Northern Michigan. Facts about one of Wisconsin's neighbors, pp. 138-139

Curiosities of tree planting, p. 140

Operations at Granton, p. 141

Lumber shipments, pp. 142-143

Playing seven-up for a wife, p. 143

Eau Claire items, p. 144

Lumbering in California, pp. 145-147

The trade on the Susquehanna, pp. 147-148

Log crop of Minnesota, p. 149

Feeling regarding the Fox River improvement, p. 149

Reduction of wages not an evil, p. 150

Michigan lumbermen making ready for prosperity, p. 150

Lumbering in Maine, p. 151

Improvement of the Chippewa and Mississippi Rivers, p. 151

Cranberries in northern Wisconsin, p. 152

New barking machine for Ames wood pulp mill, p. 152

The Kilbourn dam, pp. 153-154

A bane of the lumber trade, pp. 154-156

The Beecher prosecution, p. 156

Wausau, pp. 157-159

Errors of statement, p. 159

Wages, p. 159

The literature of lumber, p. 160

Personal, p. 160

Hard times, p. 160

The planing-mill men in earnest, p. 161

Editorial notes, p. 162

Wisconsin items, pp. 163-165

Michigan items, pp. 165-166

A little nonsence [nonsense], pp. 166-167

"The Wisconsin lumberman", pp. 167-168

Lumber market, pp. 168-169

[Advertisements], pp. 170-179

Lumbermen's register, pp. 180-184 ff.


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