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Information about different logging projects

Information about different logging projects

The kinds of logs, area where they were cut, manner of transportation and the company they were to be transported to is written out. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Philip N. Jackson IV.

A stack of white pine logs in Elizabethtown

A stack of white pine logs in Elizabethtown

A stack of large white pine logs. On the right is a Mack tri-axle log loader. The logs were cut by Jack Pulsifer and Philip N. Jackson IV by Lincoln Pond. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Philip N. Jackson IV.

Lumberjack Phil Jackson in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack Philip N. Jackson IV in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack Phil Jackson posing next to a 1978 John Deere 440C skidder and a pile of large, soft maple logs. He is holding an orange measuring stick to measure the size of the logs; the stick is four feet long. Jackson says these are some of the largest soft maple logs he’s ever cut. The […]

Two lumberjacks posing next to a pile of logs in Elizabethtown

Two lumberjacks posing next to a pile of logs in Elizabethtown

Philip N. Jackson IV, left, and Jack Pulsifer pose next to a pile of large, soft maple logs. Atop the logs is a 1978 John Deere 440C skidder. Note the remnants of snow still on the ground. The logs were cut near the Boquet River. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Philip N. Jackson IV.

Lumberjack measuring maple logs in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack measuring maple logs in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack Phil Jackson using an orange measuring stick to measure large, soft maple logs. The measuring stick is four feet long. Atop the pile of logs is a 1978 John Deere 440C skidder. Jackson says the logs are some of the largest soft maple he’s ever cut. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Phil Jackson. […]

Phil Jackson operating a John Deere skidder in Elizabethtown

Phil Jackson operating a John Deere skidder in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack Phil Jackson operating a 1978 John Deere 440C skidder. In the foreground is Jack Pulsifer. The skidder is on top of a pile of large, soft maple logs cut close to the Boquet River. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Philip N. Jackson IV.

Philip N. Jackson IV atop a pile of logs in Elizabethtown

Philip N. Jackson IV atop a pile of logs in Elizabethtown

Lumberjack Philip N. Jackson IV atop a pile of soft maple logs. Jackson says they are some of the largest soft maple he’s ever cut. The logs were cut near the Boquet River. Spring 2016. Elizabethtown, NY. Courtesy of Philip N. Jackson IV.