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Timberrr...: A History of Logging in New England

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- The author was awarded an Anna Cross Giblin Grant from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators to complete this important book.- Includes rare etchings and photos from author's private collection
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Published 2003 by Millbrook Press
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Nov 02, 2009 rated it really liked it
My son did a project for school on the Logging Age. Being from a highly forested state that was almost completely logged during the boomtime, we were able to visit a museum to learn more. I decided to read some of the books he used as references for the project. This was a good reference that covered aspects of logging up to the present time with information on forestry as well.
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Award-winning author, Mary Morton Cowan, writes for young readers. She is a native of Maine and a graduate of Bates College, where she concentrated her studies in English and Music. In addition to books, more than eighty of her articles, stories and activities have been published in children’s magazines, and several have been reprinted in textbooks and anthologies.