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

Chicago as a lumber market, pp. [unnumbered]-202

The value of pine lands, pp. 202-203

Curious estimates, pp. 203-204

Reciprocity, p. 204

Mr. Little's argument, pp. 204-205

Canadian lumbermen and reciprocity, pp. 205-207

The approaching logging season, pp. 207-[208]

Lumber shipments, pp. [208]-209

Logging prospects, p. 209

A valuable invention for mill men, pp. 209-210

Review of the woods fire in northern Wisconsin, pp. 211-212

Wisconsin Wood Preserving Co. The Thilmany process of turning wood into stone, pp. 213-214

The logging season, p. 215

Anti-reciprocity. The Saginaw lumbermen again in session--they are "arming for the fray"--good feeling manifested, and decisive action is pledged, pp. 215-216

Where Wisconsin lumber goes. Description of one of the great Mississippi Valley markets, pp. 217-223

The Shawano extension of the Milwaukee and Northern railroad, pp. 223-224

Machinery manufacturers. Reliance works, Milwaukee, Wis., E. P. Allis and Co., manufacturers of steam engines, saw-mills and pipe work, pp. 224-226

Shrinking of seasoned timber, pp. 226-227

The west Wisconsin lumbermen, p. 227

Lumber in Mississippi, pp. 227-228

Causes of the different qualitites of wood, pp. 228-229

The log lien law, p. 229

Better manufacture, p. 230

Big trees, pp. 230-231

Resistance of beams to flexure, pp. 231-233

Relations of the tanner and the hemlock lumberman, pp. 233-236

The Green Bay shore, pp. 236-238

The use of timber in mechanical work, pp. 238-240

George W. Allen as a compromise candidate for the United States Senate, pp. 240-241

A practical reform, p. 241

Lumbering on the Wisconsin Central R. R., pp. 241-242

On the Wolf, p. 242

Lumbbrmen [Lumbermen] named for the U. S. Senate, pp. 242-243

The musical tree, p. 243

Wisconsin's own railroad. Shall it have decent treatment or not?, pp. 243-244

Rights of employers and workmen in an invention, p. 244

Indian pine lands. Important decision of the Supreme Court--probable cancellation of pine land contracts, p. 245

Railroads through timbered counties, pp. 245-246

The wheat outlook, p. 246

Strength vs. weakness, pp. 246-247

The Wisconsin Cooperage Company. An interesting industry--the "one stave barrel"--how it is made, p. 248

Milwaukee as an iron center. Important addition to the facilities of the Milwaukee Iron Company, pp. 249-250

Michigan items, pp. 251-252

Lumber market, pp. 253-256

[Advertisements], pp. 257-279 ff.


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