National Geographic : 1935 Mar
304 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph from George M. Shepard WINTER DOES NOT DETER THE MINNESOTA LUMBERMAN When forests are covered with snow and ice, sturdy sleds take the place of trucks. The State's trees built the pioneer homes of Omaha, Kansas City, and other cities of the West (see text, page 288). Photograph courtesy Caterpillar Tractor Company ENOUGH BOARDS TO BUILD 50 FRAME HOUSES FLANK THIS LUMBER LANE The manufacture of wood products, including sashes, doors, barrels, and boxes, is Minnesota's third largest industry. Cloquet is entirely given over to fabricating products ranging from spatulas to wallboard.