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Logging in the Central Sierra by Carolyn Fregulia

Logging in the Central Sierra by Carolyn Fregulia

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The logging industry in the Central Sierra was essential to the expanding economies of both California and Nevada for well over 150 years. During the Gold Rush, harvested timber in the foothill region of the Sierra was used for mining activities, in the construction of early day communities, and as fuel. Using over 200 vintage images, historian Carolyn Fregulia illustrates this important California industry in its prime.

Paperback 128 Pages, 9.2" x 6.4"

The logging industry in the Central Sierra was essential to the expanding economies of both California and Nevada for well over 150 years. During the Gold Rush, harvested timber in the foothill region of the Sierra was used for mining activities, in the construction of early day communities, and as fuel. Using over 200 vintage images, historian Carolyn Fregulia illustrates this important California industry in its prime.

Paperback 128 Pages, 9.2" x 6.4"

Item #: 17381
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Shipping Weight 0.70lbs.

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Author Bio
Historian Carolyn Fregulia, author of Arcadia's Italians of the Gold Country, comes from a multigenerational Sierra family. Using over 200 vintage images from various local history centers, such as the Alpine County Museum in Markleeville, the Amador County Archives in Jackson, the Douglas County Museum in Minden, Nevada, the Berry family collection, and photographs from other local families and individuals, she illustrates in vintage imagery this important California industry in its prime.

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