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Northrop, E. B.; Chittenden, H. A., Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
(July, 1874)

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THE
XW isconsin Lumberman,
DEVOTED TO THE
LUMBERING INTERESTS OF THE NORTHWEST.
J ULY,        1874.
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS:
Inspection of Lumber,                    345   '-Up the Line,"     -
                    375
The Convention at Williamsport.          346    Vale Lock Manufacturing Co.,
            377
The Lumber Trade at the East.            349    The Timber Supply,      
   -            386
The Fall Prospects, -     -351                  Lumber in Mississippi,  
 -    -         390
Looking Pine in Wisconsin,          -    352    Classification of Wood, 
      -      - 393
Hot Facts for LuIl0ermen,'               355    The Inventor of the Circular
Saw,        397
The Lumber Business in New York,    -    357    Standard Lumber, -398
Rights of Indians on Reservations, *  - 359     Reciprocity and the Lumber
Trade,   -    401
Wisconsin's New Lands,       -      -    361    Good Advice to the Trade,
               402
Wausau on-the Wisconsin,       -      - 363    Trade and Manufactures of
Zanesville, 0.,  403
John S. Loomis' Sand-papering Machine,   365    Second Annual Meeting of
the Southern
Burnettizing,      -    -      -         366        Lumber Association, 
      -    -    404
E. Andrews' Saw Works,      -    -    - 368 ! Middle-Men in the Timber Trade,
      -    405
New Iron Frame Double Circular Saw Mill, 369    Lumber Transportation, -
   -    .    - 408
Stave Jointer, -     -       -372               Markets, Register, &c.,
  -    -  409 to 456
Milwaukee Machinery in Japan,    -    - 374
EDITOR.: E. H. NORTHROP and H. A. CHITTENDEN, JR.
MILWAUKEE:
THE WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN PUBLISHING CO.,
GRAND OPERA HOLUSE, 62 ONEIDA S2REET.
Yearlv Subscriptions, $2.oo; Single Copies, z5 Cents.


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