By: Stephen W. Meader Complete Authored Works
Published by: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc
Publication Date: 1934

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"White pine everywhere. Clean, tall holes shooting upward, straight as shipmasts. Thousands of them, covering acre after acre." These were the Garland pines, growing for years on New Hampshire soil. Old Judge Garland owned them and now he was going to cut them down and sell the lumber in order to send his grandson Dan to college. This is the story of Dan's winter, working with the lumber crew who came to fell and saw the great stand of pine. He became a real lumberjack, he grew to know and like the Yankees, the French Canadians and the rest of the men who made up the crew. He had adventures, too—fighting a forest fire and tracking down the man who started it. Stephen Meader is at his best in this story of days spent in the New Hampshire woods.

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Reprinted in 2004 by Southern Skies
Available formats: Hardcover, Paperback
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