NW Washington Logging – The Past in Picture and Stories
with Eric Erickson
This class will delve into the details of logging from the past: loggers, transportation, and lumber mills in Washington. Highlighted will be the unique all-wheel drive locomotives used for transportation to and from logging camps, the lives of a logger – tools/clothes/camps, and various types of mills (saw, shingle, hoop and shake). Eric will share his vast collection of old photos, historic implements, and stories related to the early twentieth century of logging in the Pacific Northwest.
Instructor: Eric Erickson (and Judy Hakins assisting)
Eric is the author of more than eight logging and sawmill history books and has had 30 years of extensive railroad travel in northwestern America. The retired Manager of Engineering Services for the Seattle Water Dept., he has served as a board member of several history organizations and museums and has presented countless interactive slide shows on logging, sawmilling, and railroad histories in northwestern Washington.
Apr 9 - 23rd, 2019
Tue for 3 weeks from 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Anacortes Middle School
2202 M Ave.
Anacortes, WA 98221 Get directions