A circular saw 42 inches in diameter is part of a new logging exhibit opening at the Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum this summer. On loan from George Newton of McCool in Kerns Township, it’s known to have been used in a sawmill in the 1940s and could well be older still, said the museum’s Marg Villneff. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

Logging rooted in Little Claybelt history

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Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Before there was farming in the Little Claybelt, there was logging. A glimpse into the industry, from its early days to the mid-20th…

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Logging rooted in Little Claybelt history was last modified: June 28th, 2017 by Editorial Staff