|Cut & Run Logging |
Monte. This heavily illustrated book examines logging operations in the Great Lakes region from the 1880s to the 1940s, showing you the lumberjacks and "river pigs" who began the work, railroad logging that extended the range and types of logs available, a logging town in the wilderness, and more. 128 pages, 168 B&W photographs, 11"x 8½", softcover.
|Kaiser Steel, Fontana|
Images of America
Anicic, Jr. Filled with rare archival images, this photo-history examines the radical transformation of Fontana, California - a railroad convergence located a safe distance from possible coastal bombardment - during World War II, when Kaiser Steel Corporation (the only steelmaking plant west of the Mississippi River) greatly expanded its operations to support the war's shipbuilding effort. 128 pages, approximately 200 B&W photographs, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.
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