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Center of log and lumbering activities in this region for over half a century prior to 1914. Here millions of logs from the upper St. Croix and tributaries were halted, sorted, and rafted, later to be sawed into lumber and timber products. More logs were handled here than at any similar place in th from hmdb.org
From 1856 to 1914, this site serve as the terminal point for the great Minnesota log drives down the St. Croix River and its tributaries. Including approximately 5.4 million acres, much of which were covered with heavy growths of white and Norway pine, this was earliest, most important, and longest from cr.nps
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