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Table of Contents
I.Introduction
      Glossary of Logging Terms
      The Logger's Year

II. Work in the Woods
      Cutting
      Skidding
      Log Marks
      Hemlock
      Sprinkler Wagon
      Two-Sled Loads and the Barienger Brake
      Banking, Kedging, and the River Drive
      Driving
      River Drive Camps
      Log Jams

III. Lumberjack Life
      Lumber Camps

IV.Conclusion
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The text of "Traditional Logging in the Adirondacks" is based on that of the exhibit, " Work in the Woods: Logging in the Adirondacks" at the Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, New York.

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