Online Catalogue last updated 25th of June 2012
Long regarded as one of the greatest of the turn-of-the century White Mountain lumber barons, James Everell (J.E.) Henry carved his way into the history books by commanding a small army of lumberjacks who cut clean the vast untouched forests of the Zealand and East Branch valleys.
In telling the story of this controversial figure of the late 1800s and early 1900s, the author relies on numerous firsthand accounts and anecdotes from many of the woods workers themselves, plus more than 160 photographs, charts and maps detailing nearly every aspect of Henry's lumbering operations, and those of his successors.
Code No. 009901, 187 pages, ISBN 0965747522, $30.00