Logging -- Maine
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains personal correspondence of members of the Brown family, who lived in Burton, New Brunswick and Linneus, Maine in the last half of the 19th century.
Papers and business records of Alfred W. Bussell of Argyle, Maine and John B. Bussell of Old Town, Maine.
The volume is arranged by customer name and primarily lists shipments of bark. It also contains financial and other information about the company, including equipment and supplies purchased for and used at various logging camps, lists of the company's wild lands, and statements of debts and credits. Much of the land was in Weld and Woodstock, Maine.
Consist primarily of business records of the brothers Eben S. Coe and Thomas Upham Coe, with a few papers of Thomas's wife, Sada L. Coe.
Letter discussing the need for haulers of logs to settle amount of money due to them for log drives.
Records of a company and its successor which owned a share of the power rights of the Penobscot River in Maine.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, speeches and research files of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. Eckstorm's journals, notebooks and research material on ballads, Indian languages and legends and Indian place names in Maine are also included.
An account of an 18th century mill in the area of Baileysville, Maine for work, goods, and services performed by James Dyer.
The collection contains records of William Engel's timberlands business and of the firm of Lowell & Engel.
0844 Frank Harriman, interviewed by Ford Reiche for AY 125, Greenbush, Maine. Sandy Ives is also present at the interview. Harriman talks about being a farmer and woodsman. Text: 3 pp. catalog. Recording: T 0778 1 hour.
Business records of a sawmill located near Whiting, Maine, along with information about the history of the mill, area homesteads, and the logging industry in Washington County, Maine
The papers of a lawyer, businessman, and Collector of the Port of Bangor, Maine. Included are letters, bills, receipts, and agreements, mostly pertaining to logging in Maine. Also included are typed transcripts of many of the bills and letters. Also included is a copy of the pamphlet A tribute to the dead: Robert Ingersoll's matchless eulogy of Roscoe Conkling. Also included is An Act to incorporate the Bangor Boom Company (approved March 22, 1843)
A list of log marks used on the Penobscot River drives in Maine. Included are names of owners of the log marks, date the marks were used, and reproductions of the log marks.
A volume from an unidentified compiler listing log surveying activities from 1869 to 1883. Many of the surveys took place in towns in western York and Oxford Counties, Maine. Entries give the names of the people requesting the surveys, the types of trees, and the number of feet of boards, planks, etc. A few pages at the beginning of the volume contain minutes of meetings in 1867 of the Denmark Degree Temple No. 34, a fraternal organization in Denmark, Maine.
Photographs taken by an unidentified photographer of logging operations in various areas of Maine.
Financial records of Oliver Moulton's sawmills in the area of Pittston, Maine.
NA1048 Poem by Herbert Dickey III, Lincoln, Maine. “Suthin,”is a poem about a pulpwood operation in Washington County; work he did on a farm; people he knows in relation to the towns they live in and what they were doing; how they are all meaningful to stick through life with him. See NF XVIII: “Suthin’.” Text: 8 pp. poem. Release received: December 6, 1974.