Using historic black and white photographs from the archives, as well as early forestry artifacts from the museum’s collection, visitors will relive the history of logging in this corner of the Pacific Northwest at a new exhibit at Old City Hall that tells the history of logging in the region.
Using historic black and white photographs from the archives, as well as early forestry artifacts from the museum’s collection, visitors will relive the history of logging in this corner of the Pacific Northwest at a new exhibit at Old City Hall that tells the history of logging in the region. Whatcom Museum Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Using historic black and white photographs from the archives, as well as early forestry artifacts from the museum’s collection, visitors will relive the history of logging in this corner of the Pacific Northwest at a new exhibit at Old City Hall that tells the history of logging in the region. Whatcom Museum Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Experience a time when only the sheer strength of lumberjacks felled enormous trees

October 27, 2017 04:43 PM

UPDATED November 05, 2017 08:53 AM

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