• Wesley William Chattman, recorded May 15, 1979

    Interview with Wesley William Chattman in Ashland, Wisconsin.

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  • Little brown bulls

    Dyer, Harry G. , b. 1864? (Creator) et al

    Lumberjack Recitation of poem and conversation about log skidding. He places contest on Black River.

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  • DARE Interview: Raymond, Washington; Primary Informant WA020

    Informant Data: WA019: White; female; age: 61 (old); education: high school; community type: village WA020: White; male; age: 63 (old); education: high school; community type: village Media Files: Art…

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  • Interview with Stanford J. Lunstrum

    Stanford "Stan" J. Lunstrum discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Lunstrum spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1971 and 1995, and included thoughts on his work on sa…

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  • DARE Interview: Virginia, Minnesota; Primary Informant MN001

    Informant Data: MN001: White; male; age: 57 (middle-aged); education: high school; community type: small city Media Files: Arthur the Rat. Speaker: MN001 (3:20) Full Interview 1 (Tape 0739-S1). [Trans…

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  • Chicago gambler

    Brown, Noble B. , b. 1885? (Creator) et al

    Lumberjack Mr. Brown learned this song when he was a small boy. He thinks he learned it in the lumber camps.

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  • DARE Interview: Two Harbors, Minnesota; Primary Informant MN011

    Informant Data: MN011: White; female; age: 60 (old); education: college; community type: village Media Files: Arthur the Rat. Speaker: MN011 (3:47) Full Interview (Tape 0747-S1). [Transcription availa…

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  • Jam on Gerry's rock

    Noyer, Emery De , b. 1878? (Creator) et al

    Lumberjack Mr. De Noyer is blind and has only one arm. All his life he has been a lumber camp entertainer.

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  • Crazy song

    Brown, Noble B. , b. 1885? (Creator) et al

    Lumberjack Mr. Brown learned this song in the lumber camps as a boy. The tune is a stock lumberjack tune (re: Little brown bulls).

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  • Interview with Sidney Boone

    Sidney "Sid" Boone discusses his time working for the Forest Products Laboratory. Boone spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1972 and 1994, and included thoughts on his work on wood pr…

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  • Interview with Kent A. McDonald

    Kent A. McDonald discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. McDonald spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1961 and 1998, and included thoughts on his work with computers p…

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  • Interview with Robert L. Ethington

    Robert L. Ethington discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Ethington spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1963 and the 1980s, and included thoughts on his work on wood…

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  • Manson's crew

    Taplin, Bert , b. 1854? (Creator) et al

    Lumberjack This song was written by Taplin at about age 40 (1894). Mr. Taplin has fine pictures of lumber camp crews (on location) in the event that one would wish to copy them.

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  • Interview with Charles C. Gerhards

    Charles C. Gerhards discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Gerhards spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1961 and 1986, and included thoughts on his work in engineerin…

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  • Interview with David Green

    David Green discussed his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Green spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1974 and 2006, and included thoughts on his work with wood properties and…

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  • Interview with Thomas E. Hamilton

    Thomas "Tom" E. Hamilton discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Hamilton spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1994 and 2001, and included thoughts on his work as FPL D…

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  • Interview with Ray Calkins

    Interview and musical performance by musician Ray Calkins, formerly of the Wisconsin Lumberjacks group, recorded at his home in Chetek, Wisconsin. Song titles include When you and I were young, Maggie…

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  • Interview with Robert R. Maeglin

    Robert "Bob" R. Maeglin discusses his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Maeglin spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1961 and 1989, and included thoughts on his work with sawmi…

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  • Interview with Vance Setterholm

    Vance Setterholm discusses his time working at the Forest Products Lab. Johnson spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1950 and his retirement around 1990. Included are his thoughts on h…

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  • Interview with Andrew Baker

    Andrew "Andy" Baker discussed his time working for the Forest Products Lab. Baker spoke of his years of employment at the Lab, between 1956 and 1994, and included thoughts on his work with wood hydrol…

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