Title: Tall Timber
Author: Stewart H. Holbrook
Illustrator: Armstrong Sperry
Description: Inscribed by the author on the ffep. Seventh printing, 1955, Gray cloth boards with dark brown lettering and evergreen sprig on front. Soiled spot on top edge of text block. Interior is clean. Dust jacket has a bit of wear at extremities; closed tears and some creasing along top edge of front panel; spine faded; not price clipped (2.75). DJ in clear archival sleeve. ix, 179 pp. 8.25 x 5.5 inches.
The story of lumberjacks in America, beginning with the first sawmill in Maine in 1631, and then progressing across the nation. "We meet the early lumberjacks and white-water men and we follow their fortunes through those roaring eras when the timber line moved west and south. We watch them fight the elements and each other, with equal courage in vigor. We listen to their bunkhouse tales and noisy songs. We see them meeting death bravely in the woods or on the rapids while they keep the wheels of industry turning."
Stewart Holbrook (1893-1964) was a logger, writer and historian whose work primarily focused on the Pacific Northwest.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good–
Publisher: Macmillan Company
Place: New York
Keywords: Oregon authors, logging, lumberjacks, young adult, YA,
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