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Photograph of Loading Aspen Pulpwood

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Studying an Increment Boring

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Studying an Increment Boring

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Giving on the Job Training

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Studying an Increment Boring

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Giving on the Job Training

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Giving on the Job Training

Photograph of Ranger Sanford Silver Studying an Increment Boring

Photograph of Removal of Inferior Trees

Photograph of Timber Harvest of Sawlogs

Photograph of Porcupine Damage to the Top Leader of Red Pine Trees

Photograph of Porcupine Damage to the Top Leader of Red Pine Trees

Photograph of Transferring Pulpwood from a Woods Trailer to a Truck for Hauling to the Railroad Yard

Photograph of Harvesting Shortleaf Pine

Photograph of Skidding 50 Inch Pulpwood Sticks

Photograph of Horses Still Being Used to Skid Posts and Poles

Photograph of a Post and Pole Peeling Plant

Photograph of Peeled Jack Pine Posts

Photograph of Forester Inspecting Six Year Old Red Pine Plantation

Photograph of Forester and Timber Operator

Photograph of a Slash Burned in Preparation for Planting

Photograph of Post and Pole Timber Operation

Photograph of Forester Checking Three Year Old Plantation of Red Pine

Photograph of Forester and Timber Operator

Photograph of Loaded Trucks at a Timber Sale on Athens Ranger District

Photograph of Reclaiming Strip Mine

Photograph of Collins Strip Mine in Operation

Photograph of Collins Strip Mine

Photograph of Collins Strip Mine

Photograph of Skidding Timber

Photograph of Loading Timber on Truck

Photograph of Felling Trees on a Timber Sale at Athens District

Photograph of Felling Tree

Photograph of Hauling 3,600 Feet of Beech, Birch, and Maple

Photograph of Cutting Timber

Photograph of National Forest Timber Sale

Photograph of Loading Logs at National Forest Timber Sale

Photograph of Strip Mine Reclamation

Photograph of Large Electric Coal Shovel

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Machine Planting Red Pine in Schley Camp Road Area

Photograph of Pulp Mill at Manistee, Michigan

Photograph of Pulp Mill at Manistee, Michigan

Photograph of Ranger Checking Light Trap for Insects to Assist in Determining Insect Populations

Photograph of Skidding of Forest Products from Thinning of Pine Stands

Photograph of Portable Sawmill

Photograph of Peeling Aspen Pulpwood

Photograph of Pole Length Skidding Peeled Aspen

Photograph of Scaling Railroad Cars of Pulpwood

Photograph of Spraying a Recreation Area with Malathine to Control Insects

Photograph of Bob Cat Checking Peeled Aspen

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