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  • Tragedy on the Chippewa River

    Tragedy on the Chippewa River

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    There is no debate: Logging in early 20th century America was a dangerous job. At hundreds of logging sites, thousands of men worked during hot summers and cold winters. Those men were in perpetual peril. This is one story; there are many.

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Ray Hahn
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Carpenters’ Hall has so much history associated with it that dozens of books could be filled with its stories. The oldest trade guild in America, the Carpenters’ Company of Philadelphia, has owned and operated the hall since 1771. The Hall has been home to a host of firsts including the First Continental Congress, Benjamin Franklin’s […]

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