National Geographic : 1941 May
Photograph byCanadian National Railways Puffing Steam and Smoke, a Campbellton Pulp Mill Chews Up Logs bythe Riverful Grindstones (pulpstones) transform the barked logs into groundwood, which is combined with sulphite pulp (chemically treated wood) tomake newsprint. New Brunswick's forests rank next to agriculture as its greatest source of wealth. At Dalhousie is the largest paper mill inthe Maritimes. The Province's timberlands also yield lumber by the million feet, and wood for spools, brushes, boats and canoes, and veneer.