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Amsoil Independent Direct Jobber - Click here to check it out!

(Amsoil is in NO way connected with Amway)


Logging in 1896 in Pittsburg, NH

Another Logging Camp in Northern New Hampshire

Click here for History of Sawmills


Forests and Animals - Why Logging is Needed for Diversity

Clear Cutting, A closer look

Some scenes of a modern logging operation

What happens when you don't log an area?


History of logging in the Weeks State Park mansion
- many pictures

Sonny Says...


Northern Forest Heritage Park and other Berlin Points of Interest Index

Franconia Iron Furnace - Most of the Trees in the Area Cut for Charcoal Fuel

Links to other old mills

Lumberjack Roundups

Links to sawmill equipment and modern sawmills


Link to Amsoil Section of edsanders.com

Bearings run cooler and last longer with Amsoil synthetic grease. Click here to learn more.

     

Lumbering, Logging and Paper are major industries in northern New England. They help to keep our forests alive by making it economical to keep the land forested rather than developed for other use that would remove the land from being an animal habitat. Do you remember a popular bumper sticker of the 70s that said "Split Wood - Not Atoms? These were on the bumpers of folks protesting against just about everything. Well, to satisfy them wood fired power plants were installed to burn wood that wasn't suitable for paper or logs and produce electricity. Now many of the same protesters are protesting burning wood!

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