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  • The growth on the mountain sides was principally evergreen; Douglas fir, the bull-pine and yellow pine.

    Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico

  • Together they walked to the creek that burbled over its rocky bed in the shadow of the bull-pine forest from which Timber City derived its name.

    The Texan A Story of the Cattle Country

  • Though this plant manufactured redwood lumber almost exclusively, whenever the woods boss came across a nice spruce or bull-pine tree among the redwood he was wont to send it down to the mill, where it was sawed and set aside for trusting individuals like

    Cappy Ricks Retires


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