2 edition of More deadly than war!--Pacific Coast logging, 1827-1981 found in the catalog.
More deadly than war!--Pacific Coast logging, 1827-1981
Andrew Mason Prouty
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew Mason Prouty.|
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Prouty, Andrew Mason. More Deadly Than War! Pacific Coast Logging, New York: Garland Publishing, This history of Pacific Coast logging focuses on the evolution of various logging technologies, logging professions, and the occupational hazards associated with lumbering. Pyle, Robert. Wintergreen: Rambles in a Ravaged Land. Because of the influx of mill and logging jobs, particularly after , Hoquiam's population grew more than five-fold, from 1, in to 10, in One of the clearest signs of the city’s development was the growth of enrollment in Hoquiam public schools. In Hoquiam registered students, more than the previous year.
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More Deadly Than War!: Pacific Coast Logging, Andrew Mason Prouty. Garland, - Loggers - pages. 0 Reviews. All Book Search results » Bibliographic information. Title: More Deadly Than War!: Pacific Coast Logging, Modern American history: Author: Andrew Mason Prouty: Edition: 2, illustrated.
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It may also be too much to ask for more at-tention to the views of environmentalists when the Forest Service has been virtually co-opted by the livestock interests and great lumber companies. PAUL W. GATES Cornell University More Deadly Than War!: Pacific Coast Logging, By Andrew Mason Prouty.
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series title. Modern American history. This book had its genesis in his MA thesis in history at the University of Washington and. Get this from a library. More deadly than war!: Pacific Coast logging, [Andrew Mason Prouty]. Home / Archives / No Summer / Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors More Deadly than War: Pacific Coast Logging, by Andrew Mason Prouty.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Andrew Mason Prouty. Logging was then, and remains today, a business where a man literally had better know how to “run for his life.” [Source: Prouty, Andrew Mason. More Deadly Than War: Pacific Coast Logging, New York; London: Garland Publishing, Inc.
] Shay Engines. Even more impressive was the blasé approach to the frequent sawmill accidents. When researching his book, More Deadly Than War: Pacific Coast Logging –Andrew Mason Prouty came across the following excerpt from The West Coast Lumberman: “Ballard will soon have to open a graveyard for fingers.A total of 13 were sawn off at the shingle mills recently.
Andrew Mason Prouty's study, More Deadly than War. Pacific Coast Logging,documented the incredibly dangerous nature of the work. Prouty found that during the early 20th century, 1 in loggers in Washington died every year.
Book Reviews More Deadly Than War!?Pacific Coast Logging,by Andrew Mason Prouty. Garland Publishing Company, New York, Illustrations. Statistical tables. Bibliography. Appendices. Index, xxvii + pp.
$30 (hard cover). The author takes up a topic neglected by historians of logging. Book may have more than a few dog-eared or folded down page corners. Minor discoloration or warping may be present. Possible Ex-Library book containing library stamps, stickers and/or card holder either removed or in tact.
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Follow Andrew Mason Prouty and explore their bibliography from 's Andrew Mason Prouty Author Page. More Deadly Than War: Pacific Coast Logging By Andrew Mason Prouty. I worked "On the Rigging" fromconcluding my career as a Hook Tender on a Madill We all knew that logging was dangerous but I did not have any statistics to support that claim.
This book provides that information.Prouty, Andrew. More Deadly Than War!: Pacific Coast Logging - New York: Garland Publishing Inc, Prouty's book More Deadly Than War! contains an intense examination of the dangers faced in the life of Pacific coast loggers.
It goes into detail on the various activities that put loggers in danger and gives charts and.