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A History of People & Rule Making in New England The two authors have spent the better part of their lives pursuing log rules and lumbering history. Dale's extensive collection, the basis of the Maine maker's listed in the book, now resides at the Maine State Museum. Tom covered the rest of New England, spending many hours collecting and researching. The book starts with the earliest rules and tables dating to the 18th century and traces all of the known makers of log rules right up into the 1980s. The details put forth in this book are not available in any other single source. And as if the text was not enough, the book is full of dozen of historical photos, rule close up photos, as well as how it was done detail shots. A very limited printing this book will be sold out and its own collector's item before we know it. 8 by 10 ½ inch format. 110 pages
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