Definition of Lumberman. Meaning of Lumberman. Synonyms of Lumberman

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Definition of Lumberman

Lumberman
Lumberman Lum"ber*man, n.; pl. Lumbermen. One who is engaged in lumbering as a business or employment. [U.S.]

Meaning of Lumberman from wikipedia

- Logging is the process of cutting, processing, and moving trees to a location for transport. It may include skidding, on-site processing, and loading of...
- The Lumberman was a 3-masted schooner that sank in 1893 in Lake Michigan off the coast of Oak Cr****, Wisconsin, United States. In 2009 the shipwreck site...
- American businessman, lumberman, herbalist, salesman, and con-artist who went by the alias of Dr. William Levingston. He worked as a lumberman and then a traveling...
- The Northwestern Lumberman was a nineteenth-century American monthly trade magazine devoted to the lumber industry. It was the first lumber trade paper...
- Stephens (1823–1886) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He made a fortune as a lumberman, merchant and financier. He lived in Lapeer County, Michigan and was one...
- Nashville lumberman and sportswriter. Known as the "Daddy of the Nashville lumberman," he was the first president of the Nashville Lumberman's Club. He...
- James Meehan (July 7, 1834 - April 9, 1920) was an American lumberman from Meehan, Wisconsin who served one term as a "Greenback Democrat" member of the...
- Frank Walker (March 29, 1843 – August 26, 1916) was a lumberman, a contractor, a builder, a city official and an inventor in the Pacific Coast of the...
- Lumberman's Monument is a monument dedicated to the workers of the early logging industry in Michigan. Standing at 14 feet, the bronze statue features...
- account, somewhat extended, reappeared in The American Lumberman in 1910. The American Lumberman followed up with a few sporadic editorials, such as "Paul...
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