National Geographic : 1940 May
606 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by John Mills, Jr. IT'S ONLY A STEP FROM PILES OF PULPWOOD TO FINISHED PAPER Boys of Pictou play on the peeled logs stacked for shipment. By boat, truck, and railroad, tons of the four-foot spruce, hemlock, and balsam fir sticks are sent to newsprint mills within Nova Scotia, in other parts of eastern Canada, and the United States. Pulpwood is usually cut in winter.