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


Northrop, E. B.; Chittenden, H. A., Jr., Editor
The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Volume III. Number 2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Lumberman Publishing Co., November, 1874

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[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

What will lumber be worth in 1875, pp. [unnumbered]-114

The approaching logging season, pp. 114-115

Saginaw and Bay City shipments, p. 115

The Chicago market. Evidences that it is now largely overstocked, A. G. V. S. pp. 116-118

Logs and lumber, p. 119

Lumber at Buffalo and Tonawanda, p. 119

Is curtailment possible? The subject viewed from the practical side, pp. 120-121

The Wisconsin Central Railroad, pp. 121-124

Amount of lumber in Chicago, p. 124

Preservation of timber by the "Bethel cr osoting [creosoting] process", pp. 124-125

Saw mill wanted, p. 125

Important to manufacturers. Chicago dealers offer information designed to reduce the product, pp. 126-128

Notes from Brown County. The pineries gone--not more than a year's cut left--the mills moving to the line of the Wisconsin Central, Lindsley, M. P. p. 128

A unfair trick, p. 128

The Cincinnati saw tests. The mistakes and failures of the manufacturers--results of their efforts to do too much--unpractical nature of the tests--interesting tabulated results, pp. 129-131

Wausau, Brown, W. G. p. 131

The northern pineries, pp. 132-133

Pitch pine lumber and timber. Review of the principal trade of the southern states for eighteen months ending June 30, 1874, pp. 134-138

Washburn and his enemies, p. 138

Differences between lumnermen [lumbermen] and Michigan railroads, pp. 138-139

A good candidate for Congress, p. 139

Protecting timber land. Spirited letter on the subject from ex-governor Washburn, Washburn, C. C. pp. 140-141

Foot lathes, pp. 141-143

A diamond saw, pp. 143-144

Hard wood lands, p. 144

The wayward Wisconsin, p. 145

Black River Falls, p. 145

Kaolin in Wood County, Wisconsin, p. 145

Canada Timber Association. Full report of its second annual convention at Ottawa, pp. 146-150

American woodlands, pp. 150-151

A sound view of the situation, p. 151

Hard times among lumbermen, p. 151

Sawdust feeder controversy. The claims of Messrs. Sykes and Garland to be sustained, Brown, B. J. pp. 152-154

Wisconsin log rafting, pp. 155-156

About new saws. The test at Cincinnati-Williamsport manufactures ahead, pp. 156-157

The Shawano railroad, p. 157

Fruit culture in Florida, King, Edward p. 157

Lumber and its uses. The model establishment of Sanger, Rockwell and Co., pp. 158-159

The Union Lumnering [Lumbering] Company's yard a muscatine, pp. 159-160

How to climb trees, p. 160

Middlemen and farmers, p. 160

The native perversity of lumbermen, p. 161

Big fish and little, p. 161

"A desperate remedy", p. 162

A volume of lumber statistics, p. 162

Suggestion to mill and land owners, p. 163

A new lumber town, p. 163

Our lumberman's register, p. 164

Gang mills with the pendulum movement, p. 164

Importance of lumberman's literature, pp. 164-165

Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad, p. 165

Neenah the Minneapolis of Wisconsin, pp. 165-166

The Wooden Sole Manufacturing Company,: limited, pp. 166-167

A wonderful cure by the Turkish bath, pp. 167-168

Sudden conversion of a Wisconsin lumberman, p. 168

Indian forest conservancy, pp. 169-170

A desperate remedy, pp. 170-171

Wood as food for hogs, p. 171

The world's steam power, pp. 172-173

Catalpa for posts, p. 173

Lumber market, pp. 174-178

[Advertisements], pp. 179-199 ff.

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