Timber Down the Hill
Softcover. Good. No publication information given. Circa 1967. 128 pp + glossary, with illustrations from photographs, in original illustrated wrappers. Chip to paper at base of spine, moderate general handling wear. "This is a true narrative of the first logging on The Marble [Marble Mountain, in Northern Idaho], when lumberjacks were not expert truck drivers, operators of power saws or massive machines for the skidding and loading of timber; but hard-working, hard-fighting and hard-drinking men of the woods.... I am an Old-Timer, and I was there" (Prologue).
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