Northwestern Lumberman

Northwestern Lumberman was a monthly trade publication focusing on the forest products industry in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The magazine was published in Portland, Oregon, and was established in 1890 by R. W. Hawley.Image:northwestern-lumberman-sample-cover

The magazine covered a wide range of topics related to the lumber and forest products industry, including news and updates on mill operations, logging, transportation, and international trade. It also published articles on forest management, technology, and labor relations.

Northwestern Lumberman was known for its extensive coverage of the Pacific Northwest timber industry, which was one of the largest in the world during the 20th century. It was an important source of news and information for the industry professionals, including loggers, sawmill operators, and traders.

Over the years, the magazine expanded its coverage beyond the Pacific Northwest to include other regions of the United States and Canada. It also included articles on topics such as woodworking, construction, and design.

Northwestern Lumberman continued to publish until 1963 when it merged with another publication to form Western Wood Products. Despite its relatively short existence, Northwestern Lumberman is considered an important historical resource for understanding the development of the timber industry in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States.{{Categories}}

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