Scientific American 1902-08-02
Logging redwoods in California. General view of a typical California lumber camp. A redwood tree 350 feet high, 30 feet in diameter, produced 80,000 board feet of lumber (logger for scale). A twelve-foot log, 10,800 feet board measure in the log (being hauled by a 2-4-2-T logging locomotive). Millpond showing 3,500,000 feet of lumber for window work. A fourteen-inch bandsaw at work.
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