Men on floating dock during log drive in Au Sable Forks
Two workers stand on a floating dock above the J&J Rogers Company’s pulp and paper mill dam. Log drives sent pulp wood down both branches of the Ausable River from 1894-1923. Au Sable Forks, NY. Courtesy of Elsa Voelcker.
Click here to read or listen to our three-part story on the rise and fall of the J&J Rogers Company, one of the biggest industrial users of the Adirondack landscape.
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