Transforming the Appalachian Countryside: Railroads, Deforestation, and Social Change in West Virginia, 1880-1920

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ILLUSTRATIONS
17Virgin spruce forest at headwaters of Cherry River, Greenbrier County, 1912
39Log raft and ark on the Guyandotte River, Lincoln County, ca. 1900
40Logjam on the Elk River near Sutton, Braxton County, 1898
42Arks and crew of log drivers tied up along the Greenbrier River near Cass, Pocahontas County, 1898
94Clearing the forest to build Davis, Tucker County, 1883
95Panorama of Davis, Tucker County, ca. 1909
96Babcock Lumber Company, Davis, Tucker County, 1909
97Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company Mill, Richwood, Nicholas County, 1924
113Old Court: Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, 1863-90
115New Court: Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, 1889-1909
134Moment of relaxation in a woods camp, probably Randolph County, ca. 1900
141Woods crew near Bartow, Pocahontas County, ca. 1910
142Snaking logs near Bayard, Grant County, 1903
143A giant of the forest, Nicholas County, ca. 1920
144Felled white oak, Nicholas County, 1914
145Shay engine and log loader in woods

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