The Forest History Shop stocks forest-related books from 60 publishers in the US and Canada. Their Booklist for Forest History includes a number of titles of possible interest; in particular, on logging and lumbering.
Featured image: Railroad logging, South Kaibab, circa 1900. Accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
Emily Jane Davis
Latest posts by Emily Jane Davis (see all)
- Updated Program for “Conference of the B.C. Forest History Association.” - July 16, 2009
- Theme Paper Writers Wanted - June 26, 2009
- Forest History Society - May 24, 2009
- Exploring our Roots: Forest History in our Communities - May 12, 2009
- Trent University Archives - April 24, 2009
- Using Oral Histories: A View from the Forest History Society - April 20, 2009
- The Forest Shop - March 24, 2009
- Reconstruction Techniques and Forest / Soil History - March 20, 2009
- Natural Resources Canada: Library Catalogue - February 24, 2009
- Holdings of the Norther BC Archives (NBCA) and Advice for First-Time Archival Researchers - February 20, 2009