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The Logging Legacy
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Marker Reads: "The Logging Legacy -- Tough, Courageous and Larger Than Life. This monument is dedicated to the people whose courage and hard work built the foundation for our community, creating economic opportunity for our state and region. With this memorial, we seek to honor the over 8,000 dead and the 65,000 injured logging this plateau and these mountains. Though rarely glorified in their work, these men embodied the physical toughness and mental resolve that has become synonymous with the pioneers of the West. This is our Logging Legacy."
Copyright: Ken dawson
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Uploaded: 13/08/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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