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A Horse Team Hauling 4-foot Logs
A Horse Team Hauling 4-foot Logs

Date: 195-
Source: CDEM Joseph Noël Thibodeau Collection
Collaborator(s): Mr. Martin Thibodeau, Mr. Léopold Couturier, Mr. Doris Hébert, Mr. Guy Bouchard

Description: Horses were commonly used for transporting wood because they could go through rugged terrain such as the Green River forest and on less accessible roads in the winter. This load of logs is being transported to a landing near a water stream for the spring drive.

Subject: New Brunswick, Logging, Lumber Transportation, Green River