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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: The log drive down the Connecticut was an annual ritual from the 1890s until about 1920. This drive brought spruce logs harvested in the far northwest portion of New Hampshire, at the series of lakes named Lake One through Four. The Turners Falls Lumber Company cut around nine million feet of lumber in 1895, only a fraction of the fifty to sixty million feet then being run past the mill, as this article notes, in 1900. By 1909, drives of around thirty-five million feet will be common, part of an overall declining trend.


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"Rivermen Reach Turners Falls"

publisher   Greenfield Gazette and Courier
date   Jul 21, 1900
location   Greenfield, Massachusetts
height   3.5"
width   2.25"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Periodicals/Newspaper
accession #   #L02.088

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See Also...

"Log Drive Nears Turners Falls" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper

"Log Drive Nearly Past Turners"

Log Driving on the Connecticut River

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