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Lumbering and important
Lumbering is also important to the local economy.
Lumbering and tanning were important early industries.
Lumbering was important to the early town, which had more than thirty sawmills.

Lumbering and industry
Lumbering was the predominant industry in the St. Croix River Valley in the second half of the 19th century, and for many years logs were sent down the St. Croix, collected at the St. Croix Boom Site two miles upstream of Stillwater, and processed in Stillwater's many sawmills.
Lumbering became the dominant industry.
Lumbering was the primary industry in McHenry Township during the mid-to-late 19th century.
Lumbering was the dominant industry in Penn Township during the mid-to-late 19th century.
Lumbering and the logging industry has played a vital role in Smethport ’ s economy for Smethport ’ s entire history.
Lumbering was the only industry of this area, with the exception of a small mining operation run by William Pentecost, which supplied only sufficient coal to neighboring farmers for winter fuel.
Lumbering was the main industry for the remainder of the 19th century.
Lumbering was a big sustaining industry till the Supreme Court clamped down on the industry during nineties.
Bronze spandrels between the third and fourth-floor windows depicted scenes from American industry: Shipping, Farming, Manufacturing, Mining and Lumbering.

Lumbering and has
Lumbering trailed off at the turn of the 20th century, but the town has continued to take advantage of its position along those bodies of water with a major paper mill ( Kimberly Clark ), and other plants such as: Marinette Marine, a shipyard owned by the Italian firm, Fincantieri ; Ansul / Tyco, a manufacturer of fire protection systems ; ThyssenKrupp Waupaca Foundry and Karl Schmidt Unisia, Inc., cast and machined automotive parts ; and Silvan Industries, a manufacturer of pressure vessels and part of the Samuel Pressure Vessel Group.

Lumbering and .
Lumbering along the river began in the 1860s and was finished by the 1910s.
* Smith, David C. A History of Lumbering in Maine, 1861 – 1960 ( University of Maine Press, 1972 )
Lumbering was extensive in winter, with two sawmills operating.
Lumbering was a considerable source of income for many inhabitants.
Lumbering had a profound impact on the early development of Houghton Lake.
Lumbering, though, was limited by access to the available waterways.
Lumbering removed the tree trunks, but left many flammable limbs, branches, and stumps behind.
Lumbering and cattle raising were the chief industries until James E. Berry helped establish a drainage system to make rice a major crop.
Originally called Little Falls in the 1870s, the community was established by the Union Lumbering Company along the Chippewa River and came to be known as Holcombe years later.
Lumbering operations in Thunder Bay District were often directed by men resident in the city.

once and important
It was terribly off key, and poorly done, and Tommy could never admit to herself that male companionship was a very natural and important thing, but all at once she felt lonesome and put-upon.
The river is still used for transportation of farming produce ; however, it is not as important as it once was due to the construction of roads and railways.
Even though the stone had been around centuries and was known to both the Sumerians and the Egyptians, both who used the gem for decoration and for playing important parts in their religious ceremonies, any agate of this color from Sicily, once an ancient Greek colony, is called Greek agate.
The products of oak trees were once an important food for swine and a farmstead may have been named for such produce.
" He continued, " We believe that by attacking with tanks we can achieve a higher rate of movement than has been hitherto obtainable, and — what is perhaps even more important — that we can keep moving once a breakthrough has been made.
With a long history, Shandong Cuisine once formed an important part of the imperial cuisine and was widely promoted in North China.
Chlamydia conjunctivitis or trachoma was once the most important cause of blindness worldwide, but its role diminished from 15 % of blindness cases by trachoma in 1995 to 3. 6 % in 2002.
Submarines were more effective, and aircraft had become important weapons of naval warfare ; once again the fleet destroyers were ill-equipped for combating these new targets.
Despite the efforts of his successor Emperor Yohannes IV to establish a relationship with the United Kingdom, Ethiopia was ignored by the world powers until the opening of the Suez Canal, and more important, the Mahdist War, drew outside attention to her once more.
These plant communities cover approximately 9. 4 percent of the Earth's surface ( or 30 percent of total land area ), though they once covered much more ( about 50 percent of total land area ), in many different regions and function as habitats for organisms, hydrologic flow modulators, and soil conservers, constituting one of the most important aspects of the biosphere.
The history of the Gulf Coast is an important part of United States history ; as economically important as the Gulf Coast is to the United States today, it arguably once held an even greater position of prominence in the U. S.
In Roman Catholicism, the Pope was once Sovereign Pontiff and head of state, first, of the politically important Papal States.
An album he had bound in 1504, which once contained five engravings by Jacopo de ' Barberi, provides important evidence for dating de ' Barbari's work.
As many of these detrimental effects have done irreversible damage to hellbender populations, it is important to conserve the remaining intact populations through protecting habitats and — perhaps in places where the species was once endemic and has been extirpated — by augmenting numbers through reintroduction.
They excluded logic and added to the traditional Latin grammar and rhetoric not only history, Greek, and moral philosophy ( ethics ), but made poetry, once a sequel of grammar and rhetoric, the most important member of the whole group.
Scholars have long seen Webster's 1844 dictionary to be an important resource for reading poet Emily Dickinson's life and work ; she once commented that the " Lexicon " was her " only companion " for years.
On October 25, 1791 Washington appealed a third time to Congress, " A uniformity of the weights and measures of the country is among the important objects submitted to you by the Constitution and if it can be derived from a standard at once invariable and universal, must be no less honorable to the public council than conducive to the public convenience.
The most important distinction between the frequentist and Bayesian paradigms, is that frequentist makes strong distinctions between probability, statistics, and decision-making, whereas Bayesians unify decision-making, statistics and probability under a single philosophically and mathematically consistent framework, unlike the frequentist paradigm which has been proven to be inconsistent, especially for real-world situations where experiments ( or " random events ") can not be repeated more than once.
Also named after him are the hamlets of Stuyvesant and Stuyvesant Falls in Columbia County, New York, where descendants of the early Dutch settlers still live and where the Dutch Reformed Church remains an important part of the community, as well as shopping centers, yacht clubs and other buildings and facilities throughout the area where the Dutch colony once was.
Ethnic minorities declined since the beginning of the Modern Age, like the Polabs, Sorbs and even the once important Low Germans had to assimilate themselves.
He and d ' Hautpoul saw at once that it might be important and informed general Jacques-François Menou, who happened to be at Rosetta.
Perhaps its most important and prominent usage in scientific literature was Nobel laureate Theodor W. Hänsch's reference in a 1979 Scientific American article on spectroscopy where he says that " the spectrum of the hydrogen atoms has proved to be the Rosetta stone of modern physics: once this pattern of lines had been deciphered much else could also be understood ".
Uses in electronics, once important, have been mostly supplanted by silicon semiconductor devices.
In Bristol, once one of the most important ports in the Atlantic slave-trade and among Britain's most racially diverse cities, hip hop began to seep into the consciousness of a subculture already well-schooled in Jamaican forms of music.

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