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On river drives men slept and ate in shanties, tents or lean-tos along the river. Food was prepared by a male cook and his helper known as the cookee. The cookee assisted the cook, peeled potatoes, and washed dishes. The cook and the cookee followed the gangs by boat or by horse and wagon, carrying supplies and blankets with them.
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