Pennsylvania Lumber Museum – Pennsylvania Trail Of History Guide


Pennsylvania Trail OF History Guide

Robert Currin, 2005. A century ago, the forests of north central Pennsylvania provided white pine and hemlock timber for much of the United States, and the region boasted two of the world’s largest sawmills. The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum recreates those boom years and shows the daily operation of a lumber camp. This guidebook offers a survey of the lumber industry in Pennsylvania, a background on its activity in north central Pennsylvania, and a tour of the museum and its grounds. (Stackpole Books and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)

6″ X 9″ paperback, 48 pages with photos & maps.