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Forestry Workers
Workers in Front of a Camp
Workers in Front of a Camp

Date: Sept. 1949
Source: CDEM Fraser Companies, Limited Collection
Collaborator(s): Mr. Doris Hébert, Mr. Guy Bouchard

Description: Here we can see, from left to right: Mr. Antoine Bélanger (cook), Mr. Willie Dumont's father and a cook in front of a building at Camp 34, in September 1949. This camp made of boards was built in 1945 and abandoned in 1955. It was located near Wild Goose Branch in the Green River area. It had three foremen: Mr. Ernest Beaulieu, Mr. Willy Dumont and Mr. Victor St-Germain.

Subject: New Brunswick, Logging, Lumber camps, Green River, Wild Goose Branch