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Red Cedar shingles and shakes: unique wood industry. Oral history interviews with Elwood R. Maunder


Red Cedar shingles and shakes: unique wood industry. Oral history interviews with Elwood R. Maunder



Journal of Forest History 19(2): 56-71



Presents extracts from recorded interviews with senior members of the Red Cedar Shingle and Handsplit Shake Bureau, which represents the manufacturers of shingles and shakes from native Thuja plicata in the Pacific Northwest of the USA and British Columbia. These deal with the history of the regional industry, including much information on raw-material procurement, manufacturing and marketing.

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