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  • I'm old enough to remember when a Homelite XL (70's) was the cream of the crop, and I just saw one yesterday go by, proudly jammed into the top rack of a load of lodgepole stovewood.

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  • I'm old enough to remember when a Homelite XL (70's) was the cream of the crop, and I just saw one yesterday go by, proudly jammed into the top rack of a load of lodgepole stovewood.

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  • He went to the woodpile and found a piece of stovewood big enough to bridge the gap between his foot and the pedal.

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  • He went to the woodpile and found a piece of stovewood big enough to bridge the gap between his foot and the pedal.

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  • He knew who had dropsy and who needed stovewood; which children had a gift and which needed correction.

    Beloved

  • The gunslinger sidestepped and turned at the same time, and the heavy stick of stovewood that the girl Soobie held swished through the air, grazing his elbow only.

    The Gunslinger

  • He would take me to the cellar, down among the mice and rats, and with nice long sticks of stovewood he'd play solos on my slats.

    Rippling Rhymes

  • The boy in the picture on the left is sawing up logs into 20-inch lengths, to be split into stovewood for family use.

    Prairie Farmer, Vol. 56: No. 3, January 19, 1884. A Weekly Journal for the Farm, Orchard and Fireside

  • BEST and CHEAPEST way to get out your firewood, because the 20-inch blocks are VERY EASILY split up, a good deal easier and quicker than the old-fashioned way of cutting the logs into 4-feet lengths, splitting it into cordwood, and from that sawing it up with a buck saw into stovewood.

    Prairie Farmer, Vol. 56: No. 3, January 19, 1884. A Weekly Journal for the Farm, Orchard and Fireside

  • They brought what they could to the settlement and pooled it, chopping up all the poles and posts they could find into stovewood, and taking home small loads to tide them over.

    Land of the Burnt Thigh

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