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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
Volume III. Number 1
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Lumberman Publishing Co., October, 1874

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Contents

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

Principal contents

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, p. [1]

The value of statistics, pp. [1]-2

The condition of the lumber trade, pp. 2-3

Buckser and Hart's file works, pp. 3-4

Valuable pine lands, p. 4

A distinguished lumberman for Congress, pp. 4-5

Oregon fir, p. 5

The lumber interests of Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, pp. 5-7

Over-production inevitable. Important utterance from the largest dealer in Chicago, pp. 8-9

Crane Bros. Manufacturing Company, pp. 9-10

"The boss dog", pp. 10-11

Shipments from the St. Lawrence to the river Platte, p. 11

Prospects of the coming crop. Nothing but an overwhelming disaster will renovate the trade, pp. 11-13

The "Wisconsin lumberman" and the Eau Claire Lumber Company, p. 14

The decline in mechanical skill, pp. 14-15

The coming cut. Lumbermen have not yet learned the necessary lesson--they must burn their fingers more before they will dread the fire, pp. 15-16

French saw making, p. 16

The national association. The meeting at East Saginaw, Sept. 15, pp. 17-29

A marvel in sawing, pp. 29-30

The California wood rat, pp. 30-31

Timber in Kentucky, pp. 31-32

Rganization [Organization] among lumbermen, E. R. L. pp. 33-37

Lumber matters at Baltimore Md., pp. 37-38

Mr. William E. Dodge and the Georgia Land and Lumber Company, Eastern, Wm. Pitt p. 38

The convention at Minneapolis. Proceedings of the Minnesota State Lumbermen's Convention--the cut of lumber to be reduced one third another season--resolution condeming the proposed repeal of the duty on Canadian lumber adopted, pp. 39-43

The conversion of Canadian timber lands, pp. 43-45

Timber supply of the south, Pine, Pitch pp. 45-46

Value of the Chippewa Valley Railroad, pp. 46-47

Distribution of American woodlands, pp. 47-48

Valuable mechanical rules, pp. 48-49

Truckee: Cal. lumber trade. It's history, progress and prospects, McGlashan, C. F. pp. 50-57

A thriving Minnesota city, pp. 57-58

The planing machine litigation, pp. 58-59

Steam boiler testing, p. 59

Of interest to Michigan lumbermen, pp. 59-60

Timber trade of Norway. Recent change in the position of the peasantry--its effect on the trade, pp. 60-61

Some redwoods of the Pacifc [Pacific] coast, pp. 61-62

Plans for improving the Fox River, p. 62

The crisis in the lumber trade. Remarks of a leading Minnesota lumberman before the "Chicago lumbermen's exchange"--importance of combining to restore tone to the trade--a good argument against the reciprocity treaty, pp. 62-64

Fall production of shingles in Brown County, Wis., p. 64

Affairs at Muskegon, Mich, p. 64

Lumber market, pp. 65-68

The Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad, pp. 68-69

The big flood in the Chippewa River, pp. 69-70

Strength of materials, p. 70

Our trade with Canada, p. 70

[Advertisements], pp. 71-[90]

Lumbermen's register, pp. 91-112 ff.


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