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Lumber

Wood cut in such a way as to be used for building. Lumber may be traded as a commodity and is especially important in the construction industry. Sustainable woodcutting has become a significant issue in the lumber industry.
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(9.) Boney Quillen: Catskill lumberman, hired hand, and prankster.
When the Farmer Met the Lumberman: Timber's Early Years
F.K.'s life was shaped from childhood by the kindly but smothering influence of grandfather Frederick and the extended clan of uncles, aunts, cousins, parents, and siblings who constantly reinforced the messages that to be a male Weyerhaeuser was to be a lumberman and that one should do nothing that would sully the grandfather's and family's legacy.
'In the woods Paul Bunyan is dead,' comments Jim Stevens, then of the West Coast Lumberman's Association, a lifelong student of Bunyan folklore and one of his creators.
- Adolphe Nelson, 2023 Lumberman Lane, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, LGM 222.
One such was Deward in Kalkaska County, named for a famous lumberman, David Ward.
When you consider, lumberman, preferring money to a tree, consider the god prefers the tree as home.
The oral chroniclers did not, in his hearing, which goes back to 1900, call any of the characters by name except Paul Bunyan himself." In 1914 Douglas Malloch wrote a poem about Bunyan, "The Round River Drive," which appeared in The American Lumberman (April 25, 1914).
Seneca is owned by the local Jones family and was founded by lumberman Aaron Jones, who died in 2014.
Tenders are invited for Printing and binding of "John Nelligan: Wisconsin Lumberman
The lumberman's frontier; three centuries of land use, society, and change in America's forests.
He was a member of the VFW in Southbridge and the Northeast Lumberman's Association.