The Early Days: Forest Use in the Fraser-Fort George Region

 

Cat landing, Giscome Rapids, 1945

  "I bucked logs on this Cat landing with a crosscut saw in the summer of 1956. There were seven men on the landing; four crosscut sawyers (2men per saw), two cant hookers for tailing down, and a scaler. We all worked together unhooking limbing, and breaking a turn loose. The cat skinner stayed with the cat. I took the picture." (S.N. McLean)

 

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