White River Valley: Environmental History
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This paper is about how the lumber industry affected the environment of the White River Valley. The White River is located in Bayfield and Ashland County. The argument of the paper is lumber industry practices changed the White River Valley, causing devastating fires and altering the natural course of the White River. For secondary sources I used books. For primary sources I used autobiography, newspaper articles, research, maps, pictures and a poem.
Lumber trade--Wisconsin--White River Valley (Bayfield County and Ashland County, Wis.)--History
Lumbering--Wisconsin--White River Valley (Bayfield County and Ashland County)--Environmental aspects
White River Valley (Bayfield County and Ashland County, Wis.)--Environmental conditions
White River (Bayfield County and Ashland County, Wis.)--Environmental conditions
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