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Lumber production in West Virginia in 1941

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Published by Appalachian Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English


  • Sawmills,
  • Statistics,
  • Lumber trade

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Edition Notes

Statementby George E. Morrill
SeriesTechnical note / Appalachian Forest Experiment Station -- 54, Technical note (Appalachian Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)) -- 54.
ContributionsAppalachian Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)
The Physical Object
Pagination4 pages, [1] plate :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26232622M

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Dille, West Virginia, was also a company town and there was a company store there. Long since closed, J. O. Dodrill was the manager for many years. From the 40's to the 60's my brother Newman Butcher, Chelsie Hamric, Bruce Shingler, Paul . The spirit of California's 3' gauge West Side Lumber Company lives on at Felton, CA where the Roaring Camp and Big Trees has in active service two former WSL steam locomotives: three truck Shay #7(Lima ) and Heisler #2(former WSL #3 built by Stearns in ). The #7 is not alone with three sis. The western part of Virginia which became West Virginia was settled in two directions, north to south from Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey and from east to west from eastern Virginia and North earliest arrival of slaves was in the counties of the Shenandoah Valley, where prominent Virginia families built houses and earliest recorded slave . Ten years ago, we published Historic West Virginia: the National Register of Historic Places, a compilation of the state's historic buildings, sites and structures listed in the National Register. Around here at the SHPO, it has become affectionately known as the "Purple Book" (because of the purple cover.) Well, we are at it again, but.

United States v. Darby (No. 82) Argued: Decem 20, Decided: February 3, Other counts charge the employment by appellee of workmen in the production of lumber for interstate commerce at wages at less than 25 cents an hour or for more than the maximum hours per week without payment to them of the prescribed overtime wage. In , with the public demand for a lighter beer, after months of careful research and testing under the supervision of M.A. (Gus) Fesenmeier, brewmaster, "West Virginia Pilsner Beer" was placed on the market and immediately adopted as a favorite of . According to William Warden's book, "West Virginia Logging Railroads," the project was launched by the West Virginia Spruce Lumber Company (a division of West Virginia Pulp & Paper) when it purchased , acres of property near Cass to tap the area's rich timber tracts. It could not begin rail operations until the Chesapeake & Ohio's. Most widely held works about West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company Cass: a brief history and guide to a lumber company town by George H Deike "The advantages of photocomposition in book production were discussed in full at a recent conference held by West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. The following report on this meeting should prove.

Books contributed by the University of West Virginia Libraries. Report of Hon. C. J. Faulkner on adjustment of the boundary lines between Virginia and Maryland: p. ; Historical pen sketches of the early residents of Berkeley County, with happenings, etc. by C. J. Faulkner: p. ; Historical reminiscence of Martinsburg, by J. W. Curtis: p. ; Life of the late Hon. . Overview Business, political, and official correspondence of the eleventh governor, , of West Virginia. Owner and editor of the STATE JOURNAL, Parkersburg, , White was associated with many banking and manufacturing enterprises, and was tax commissioner of West Virginia in and , collector of internal revenues in , , and , and a . The mission of the Ohio County Public Library is to provide free and equal access to resources that assist our community in the pursuit of knowledge, information, education, research, and recreation which promotes an enlightened citizenry, encourages lifelong learning, and enriches the quality of life. The Elk River Railroad is an often-forgotten short line located in central-West Virginia. The operation began in the late s when it acquired a section of the Baltimore & Ohio's former branch to Charleston, West Virginia that would likely have otherwise been abandoned.