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(McCord collection only)
The On-line Collection
This selection of approximately 125 images provides a sample of the collections related to logging between the years 1840 and 1945. It examines various methods used to cut trees and transport wood to sawmills, pulpmills and other wood-processing facilities.
- Life of the lumberjack in 19th-century New Brunswick;
- Moodyville Sawmill (1860-1901) in British Columbia;
- Images of work: chopping down trees, squaring, hauling and driving logs;
- Industrial views, equipment, tools and employees.