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Ford, John Fletcher (49)

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Lumber Industry (35)
Loggers (17)
Log Transportation (12)
Logging (10)
Railroad Locomotives (7)
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1. Crib trestle on the Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad Crib trestle on the Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad Trestles; Railroad locomotives; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation The Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad was a logging railroad for the Peninsular Lumber Company of Portland in the area around Columbia City, Oregon.

2. Logging railroad and donkey engines at Big Lake, Washington Logging railroad and donkey engines at Big Lake, Washington Steam engines; Logging-Machinery; Railroad cars; Lumber industry; Donkey engine (Logging)

3. Three loggers with donkey engine Three loggers with donkey engine Steam engines; Logging-Machinery; Loggers; Donkey engine (Logging); Lumber industry

4. Donkey engine at Olson's logging camp, Deep River, Washington Donkey engine at Olson's logging camp, Deep River, Washington Steam engines; Logging-Machinery; Loggers; Donkey engine (Logging); Lumber industry

5. Steamers and sailing ships in harbor at Portland, Oregon? Steamers and sailing ships in harbor at Portland, Oregon? Ships; Sailboats; Harbors

6. 1500 sheep in Sherman County, Oregon 1500 sheep in Sherman County, Oregon Sheep; Livestock; Shepherds

7. A 500 pound sheep A 500 pound sheep Sheep; Livestock

8. Two men on springboards with saw felling tree Two men on springboards with saw felling tree Saws; Loggers; Lumber industry; Springboards (Logging);

9. Three loggers with downed tree and bucking saws Three loggers with downed tree and bucking saws Saws; Loggers; Logging; Lumber industry

10. Logs dumped from railroad car into the Columbia River? Logs dumped from railroad car into the Columbia River? Rivers -- Oregon; Railroad tracks; Lumber industry; Log transportation

11. Yeon and Pelton incline below Rainier, Oregon Yeon and Pelton incline below Rainier, Oregon Railroad tracks; Lumber industry The incline was 3200 feet long and varied from 5% to 33% grade. Similar photo used in Labbe & Goe's 'Railroads in the Woods.'

12. Logging railroad track in a forest Logging railroad track in a forest Railroad tracks; Forests; Lumber industry; Log transportation

13. Locomotive pulling railroad cars with logs over a crib trestle Locomotive pulling railroad cars with logs over a crib trestle Railroad locomotives; Trestles; Railroad tracks; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation

14. Logging railroad Logging railroad Railroad locomotives; Railroad tracks; Log transportation; Lumber industry

15. Logging railroad locomotive engine Logging railroad locomotive engine Railroad locomotives; Log transportation; Lumber industry

16. Locomotive pushing railroad cars with logs over wood trestle Locomotive pushing railroad cars with logs over wood trestle Railroad cars; Trestles; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation

17. Locomotive engine pushing railroad cars with logs Locomotive engine pushing railroad cars with logs Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Lumber industry; Log transportation

18. Logs being loaded on railroad cars Logs being loaded on railroad cars Railroad cars; Lumber industry; Log transportation; Donkey engine (Logging)

19. Logs on railroad cars being pushed by locomotive engine Logs on railroad cars being pushed by locomotive engine Railroad cars; Loggers; Lumber industry; Log transportation

20. Lumber company office? Lumber company office? Offices; Lumber industry
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