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  • Log Jam at the Ox-Bow on the Thunder Bay River
    Image       Log jam at the Ox-Bow. The Ox-Bow is a twisting section of the Thunder Bay River near Island Park on Chisholm Street. It was so named because it resembles the wooden yoke used with oxen, which were used in logging operations.
    Image     Log jam at the Ox-Bow. The Ox-Bow is a twisting section of the Thunder Bay River near Island Park on Chisholm Street. It was so named because it resembles the ...
  • Horse Drawn "Big Wheels" for Moving Logs
    Image       Horse pulling "big wheels" with log attached.
    Image     Horse pulling "big wheels" with log attached.
  • Loggers, Horses, and Log Pile
    Image       Logging operation with loggers, horses, and log piles.
    Image     Logging operation with loggers, horses, and log piles.
  • Skidding Logs
    Image       Skidding logs using a steam driven donkey engine.
    Image     Skidding logs using a steam driven donkey engine.
  • Log Jam on the Thunder Bay River
    Image       Cut logs floating down the Thunder Bay River to be cut at Alpena sawmills.
    Image     Cut logs floating down the Thunder Bay River to be cut at Alpena sawmills.
  • Loading Logs on Railway Flatcar
    Image       Logs being loaded on a railroad flatcar by an A-frame steam jammer.
    Image     Logs being loaded on a railroad flatcar by an A-frame steam jammer.
  • Log Jam on the Thunder Bay River
    Image       Log jam on the Thunder Bay River.
    Image     Log jam on the Thunder Bay River.
  • Cedar Yard
    Image       Horse drawn wagon with crew in cedar yard in Alpena, Michigan.
    Image     Horse drawn wagon with crew in cedar yard in Alpena, Michigan.
  • Men Amongst Log Piles
    Image       Men posing on log piles.
    Image     Men posing on log piles.
  • Horse Team Pulling Log Load
    Image       Load of logs being pulled out of forest by horse team.
    Image     Load of logs being pulled out of forest by horse team.
  • Sorting Gap in the Thunder Bay River
    Image       This "sorting gap" in the Thunder Bay River was a series of pens made of logs chained together. Men with "pike poles" would stand on the logs, read the "log mark" on the logs coming down the river. The mark identified which lumber company owned the log. Then using the ...
    Image     This "sorting gap" in the Thunder Bay River was a series of pens made of logs chained together. Men with "pike poles" would stand on the logs, read the "log ...
  • Log Load on Sleigh
    Image       In order to make it easier to pull this gigantic load of logs, a water sprinkler tank wet the roadway to create a surface of ice.
    Image     In order to make it easier to pull this gigantic load of logs, a water sprinkler tank wet the roadway to create a surface of ice.
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