Re: Lumber camp?

Hi Laura:

Do you have a copy of the picture with the names on the back? If not I
have a jpeg of the front and back with back coded to identify men in the
picture.

Both Everett & Wintfield Canning are in the photograph (with your Dan
McAleese) but I have no date or location to provide.

Eric
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On 07/09/2011 7:45 PM, lauramacaleese wrote:
> Hi Ruth!
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> I think the camp was run by Everett and Wintfield Canning, but not entirely sure. The picture isnt dated, but its after 1900 and before 1916. I am researching some of the NSARM birth and death records to help with the people in the picure so I can break it down to a more specific timeframe.
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> --- In nscumber@yahoogroups.com, Ruth Hoeg<ruthhoeg@...> wrote:
>> Hi Laura!
>> My family was in the sawmill business, but my brothers did not know. Someone that MAY be able to help is Don Harrison of C.E. Harrison& Sons in Parrsboro. Don is well into his 80s but still involved in the family business a bit and is sharp as a tack. I believe he lives in the Diligent River area. Â Would be interested in seeing a copy of the pic if you are able to post or email to me.
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>> From: lauramacaleese<lauramacaleese@...>
>> To: nscumber@yahoogroups.com
>> Sent: Monday, September 5, 2011 3:19:00 PM
>> Subject: [nscumber] Lumber camp?
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>> Hello listers
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>> I recently found an old picture with an ancestor in it that is from Everett and Wintfield Lumber Camp around the turn of the century. I was wondering where the camp would have been...Eatonville, Shulie, Port Greville? The family lived from the Apple River area, Spencer's Island, and New Prospect, but I have never heard of that certain camp.
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>> Laura
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