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Carolina Wood Turning Company Log Yard

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Log yard at Carolina Wood Turning - Extension Service photo Log yard at the plant of the Carolina Wood Turning Company, Bryson City, N. C. This is one of the most unique woodworking plants in North Carolina, turning out more than fifty different articles used in factories, mines, on the farms, in the office, in the parlor of our homes, as well as in the nursery and the kitchen, etc. Many kinds of wood is used, especially of young or second growth timber, including Basswood, Beach, Mountain Birch, Dogwood, Black Gum, Hickory, Locust, Rock Maple, White Maple, Oak, Pine and Poplar. The type of timber used is being produced by many mountain farms. This plant affords a market for farm logs at a number of shipping points within 100 miles of Bryson City. (1929)

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