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May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Published by Ballantine Books About this Item: Ballantine Books, Soft cover. No Jacket. The logger I mean is the lad who ranged three thousand miles through the forest from Maine to Oregon, steel calks in his boots, an ax in his fist, and a plug of chewing handy.
The lad who at intervals emerged from the dark savage woods for the purposes of calling on soft ladies and drinking hard liquor. This logger was as much a pioneer as any of them, more than most. Before houses could be built and farms plowed there had to be a clearing and there had to be logs and boards. The loggers took care of the business, hewing down one forest after another.
It was hard and dangerous work, but loggers were a tough race, a species early set apart from farmers and townsmen of all sorts, and they retained their primitive purity until civilization caught up with the timber line and laid them low. The pure logger strain came into being on the grim wooded shores of Maine three hundred years ago.
The strain probably rose to fullest stature in the Lake States of the late nineteenth century, and it is now passing out of existence on the West coast and in the Pacific Northwest. It isn't a matter of timber. There is plenty of timber left. It isn't likely that Americans will ever know a timber famine.
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