A HISTORY OF THE MOHAWK VALLEY AND EARLY LUMBERING (SIGNED). Louis E. Polley, Sue Bailey.

A HISTORY OF THE MOHAWK VALLEY AND EARLY LUMBERING (SIGNED)

Marcola, OR: Polley Publishing, 1984. Stated First Printing. Paperback. Shelfwear. Two maps in pocket on inside rear cover. Loaded with wonderful historic photographs. Black lettering to white spine. Yellow lettering to front of green cover illustrated with trees. 146 pp with credits and glossary. Inscribed by author back side of front cover. GOOD. Item #74445

Written by 3rd generation Oregonian just outside of Eugene. The author begins with the Mohawk River Watershed and early Mohawk history. Following chapters cover the lumber industry in the Valley ; falling and bucking ; rollways and parbuckle ; log drives. The Mohawk Valley Post Offices, Isabel-Marcola, First schools in the Valley, and Cemetaries are covered. The author takes you from around the turn of the century to after the turn of the century in this fascinating look at the Oregon wilderness.

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