Presenter: Jeff Warner
Loggers at the turn of the twentieth century cut the timber that built and warmed our houses and provided the ties for America's ever-expanding railroads. Timber established Portsmouth, Portland and Bangor as important ports, sending New England lumber around the world. Folklorist Jeff Warner relates the songs and stories of the people who worked the wintry woods, showing their humor and their grit, and giving us a glimpse into everyday life in long ago lumber camps. Registration information will be posted soon.
Monday, January 10, 2022 7:00pm
VirtualPO Box 90Washington NH 03280
Washington Historical Society
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