|Written by Rachael Martin|
|Wednesday, 22 June 2011 13:33|
The logging camp exhibit is a permananet exhibit at the Carlton County Historical Society. It consists of a complete logging camp model hand carved by Milo Stillwell and Pete Trygg for the Society. Below are some of the pictures of the exhibit. Come in and visit us to see the entire logging camp and learn about northern Minnesota history.
Model lumberjacks pantomime life in a logging camp.
See the inside of typical logging camp buildings including cookshacks and blacksmith shops
Model equipment used to load logs onto sleighs and barges.
Four horse drawn sleigh used to transport logs to camp.
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