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lumber industry of Washington
William R. Melton
|Statement||by William Ray Melton.|
|Series||United States. National Youth Administration. Washington (State) Industrial study no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||159|
Selling Lumber is organized to be read from front to back, but chapters can stand alone. If you see a subject you want to read about, open the chapter and begin. Written specifically for salespeople in the lumber industry, the techniques and concepts apply to all sales in all industries. The ideas in Selling Lumber have been tested and are true.5/5(2). The burgeoning railroad industry accounted for a fourth of the national lumber demand and required the product to build rail cars and stations, fashion ties, and power trains. Even as the coal began to replace wood as an energy source, the coal mining industry itself needed lumber to support its mining structures and create its own rail beds 5,
Produced by Washington State Library, this index contains citations to articles in The Olympian (Olympia, Washington) and other Washington state newspapers. It does not contain full text articles. Dates covered are from Additional Washington newspaper articles may be indexed as time allows. Read more about the Index. The lumber-industry boom, followed by the construction of an Olmsted-designed park system. The Klondike gold rush started in , but reached Seattle in July This constituted the largest boom for Seattle proportional to the city's size at the time, and ended the economic woes Seattle (and the nation) had been suffering since the Panic of.
In , Washington State became the largest producer of lumber in the nation. Seattle was the primary port for trade with Alaska and for a time possessed a large shipbuilding industry. Other industries that developed in Washington include fishing, salmon canning, and mining. UPDATED: January 3, Washington State Mill Survey Published every biennium (two years), the Survey reports key statistics about Washington's wood products processing industry, including: where logs used in sawmills come from by region and land ownership; what mills make from harvested logs, such as veneer, plywood, pulp, boards, shakes and shingles, or posts, poles and.
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The lumber industry of Washington: Including logging, sawmills, shingle mills, plywood, pulp and paper, specialties, distribution (United States. National Youth Administration.
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Darius Kinsey was a pioneer artist active as a photographer in the Northwest from the late 19th century to He was born in Missouri in Arriving in Snoqualmie, Washington at the age of 20, he went into the hotel and mercantile business, but soon after became intrigued with the art of photography.
Lumber Industry in Washington The chief article of export since has been lumber. The piles and squared timbers constituting the earliest shipments were cut by settlers and ship crews and dragged by hand to the water’s edge.
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Western lumber statistics compiled by WWPA cover the region extending from the Pacific Coast to the Great Plains. The Coast Region includes the areas west of the Cascade Range in Western Washington and Western Oregon. Mills and Markets: A History of the Pacific Coast Lumber Industry to (Emil and Kathleen Sick Book Series in Western History and Biography) [Cox, Thomas R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Mills and Markets: A History of the Pacific Coast Lumber Industry to (Emil and Kathleen Sick Book Series in Western History and Biography)Cited by: On January 3,the timber industry in Washington underwent one of the biggest changes in its history.
On that day, Midwestern lumber magnate Frederick Weyerhaeuser purchasedacres of land from the Northern Pacific railroad in the largest private land transaction in American history to that point in time. Technological developments, railroad expansion, and the arrival of large corporations transformed Washington's lumber industry, making it the dominant player in the state's economy.
In the state's lumber production was million board feet; by production had. That decimation, sparked by a fungus imported from Asia, was compounded by the nation’s voracious lumber industry, which denuded North America and then lashed out across the world.
Pacific Northwest “Logging Camp Life” A Collection of Annotated Bibliographies Ripley, Thomas Emerson. Green Timber: On the flood tide to fortune in the great northwest. Palo Alto: American West PC, A first-person account of life in the booming lumber town of Tacoma, WA in the late ’s through the early ’ Size: 38KB.
lumber. lumber, term for timber that has been cut into boards for use as a building material. The major steps in producing lumber involve logging (the felling and preparation of timber for shipment to sawmills), sawing the logs into boards, grading the boards according to defects and intended use, drying, and finishing the rough boards into smoother products.
The state's lumber industry went through several historical periods, beginning with the vast pine and spruce harvests, the organization of major corporate interests, the change from sawlogs to pulpwood, and then to sustained yields, intensive management, and mechanized harvesting/5(3).
Get this from a library. The lumber industry of Washington including logging sawmills, shingle mills, pulp & paper, specialities, distribution.
[William R Melton]. Logging Legacy -- Hoquiam's Timber Families Span The History Of The Lumber Industry In Washington. In a summation on the jacket of Edwin Van Syckle's book, ``They Tried to Cut It All,'' Dave James of Bainbridge Island writes: ``Washington, Oregon and Northern California - and especially this area - is the bread basket.
"History of the Lumber Industry of America," by James Elliot Defebaugh, Vol 1, Forgotten Books, Lexington, KY (reprint of the volume by The American Lumberman, Chicago).
This page paperback is the standard reference volume of the lumber industry.3/5(2). Find out the state of the industry with our authoritative wood trade publications. We offer lumber marketing magazines and other resources. Miller Wood Trade Publications Toll Free: Welcome to Miller Wood Trade Publications.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
The lumber industry in Washington in SearchWorks catalog Skip to .Washington Territories of the United States. Americans began to develop Washington's lumber industry where the HBC le ft off. B. The Rise of the Lumber Industry, Beginning inthe California Gold Rush created a huge surge in lumber.