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The old St. Croix county.

299

The city of Stillwater...

301

Lakeland, Afton and Point Douglas.

305

Prescott, Wisconsin. .......

306

District of the Apple and Willow rivers.

306

Mills on the C., St. P., M. and 0. railway.

309

Pine, Carlton and Kanabec counties.

310

Duluth and the St. Louis river...

312

Clam river and Burnett county, Wisconsin.

313

Taylor's Falls and vicinity...

314

Arcola, Washington county.

316

The Nevers dam.

316

Log booms and rafts.

317

Lumber manufacturing farther south in Minnesota..

318

Summary and statistics.......

.321-324

Amount of logs cut from 1837 to 1898.

321

Recapitulation of logs and sawn lumber.

322

Cost of labor in lumbering, 1837 to 1898.

323

Losses by fires......

323

HISTORY OF PIONEER LUMBERING ON THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI AND

ITS TRIBUTARIES, WITH BIOGRAPHIC SKETCHES, by DANIEL

STANCHFIELD

.325-362

Personal narration..

.327-350

Arrival in Minnesota....

326

Exploration of the pineries on the Rum river.

329

Loss of the first log drive...

333

First logging near the Crow Wing river.

335

Exploration of the upper streams and lakes.

338

Growth of the town of St. Anthony.

339

Outfits for lumbering repaid by logs.

341

Relation of lumbering to agricultural settlement..

344

Incidents during exploration and logging....

344

Changes in this industry since fifty years ago..

346

Lumbermen of St. Anthony and Minneapolis prior to

1860

317

Early lumber manufacturing above Minneapolis.

350

Biographic sketches.

.353-361

Franklin Steele.

351

Caleb D. Dorr.

3.55

Sumner W. Farnham.

356

John Martin.....

357

Dorilus Morrison.

358

John S. Pillsbury.

359

Statistics

361

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