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Title:" THE LUMBERMAN " 1970s LOGGING & LUMBERJACKS IN OREGON PACIFIC NORTHWEST EDUCATIONAL FILM 98574
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Published:27-03-2021
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Want to support this channel and help us preserve old films? Visit www.patreon.com/PeriscopeFilm Browse our products on Amazon: amzn.to/2YILTSD This is a 1971 color film made by Bert van Bork entitled "The Lumberman" was part of the "Our Changing Way of Life" series of films released by Encyclopedia Brittanica. The film looks at the seachanges that have come to the timber and logging industries (and more were to come as the environmental movement was in a nascent stage at the time this film was made). The film discusses the past and present of the life of a forest worker and not only how these workers’ lives have changed, but how the industry treats the forests themselves. EB Films presents, The Lumberman. The movie opens with an aerial view of mountains and forest – timber country in the Pacific Northwest. A map of the United States overlays the screen showing the millions of acres of commercial forest in the country: 31. Sweeping vistas of the forest 1:05. "Our changing way of life. The Lumberman." Produced by Encyclopedia Britannica Films. In collaboration with Gene E Martin, PhD, associate professor of geography at the University of Oregon. EBF-U.S. Geography Program Advisor, Arvin W. Hahn, PhD, Dean of Graduate Studies, at Concordia Teachers College (Illinois). The top of a tree is felled by a man with a chainsaw 1:40. The men use machines to stack the felled trees 2:15. Machines stack a 4-ton saw log with ease 2:40. A truck carries large logs down the road 3:05. Logs are held in a holding pond to keep them from drying out 3:30. Logs are loaded onto a train and move over a bridge 4:11. Bark is stripped off the logs by machine 4:40. Logs are rolled onto a conveyor belt and sawed into pieces 5:05. Picture of a pioneer woodsman with a hand axe 5:17. Modern lumber mill and shots of a business office with IBM punchcard computer in use. 5:35. A man talks about living in Wendling Oregon and watching progress take over the old Mills and put them out of business 6:35. Wendling Oregon is a ghost town. A man stands in a graveyard 6:46. Trucks carrying logs go through the city streets 7:25. Aerial view of sawmills and holding ponds 7:48. An overlay map comes on the screen and shows the West Coast cities involved in timber and logging 7:53. Holding pond is shown from an aerial view 8:00, dissolve to a shot of a modern suburb with rows of planned new homes. Today’s loggers can have families because they can commute to nearby suburbs and be with their wives and children 8:48. The logger drives to work in what appears to be a Chevy Nomad station wagon 9:30. The forest workers commute from the city to the forest and live a life in the suburbs with their families 9:50. A second Lumberman leaves his family eating breakfast cereal (10:05) and drives to work in what appears to be a Chevy pickup 10:25. A man chopping a tree, downed by hand with an axe 10:50. A man cuts down a tree with a chainsaw 11:05. Men punch into work 11:20. The lumberman makes plywood from thin sheets of wood glued together 11:45. A lumberman addresses the camera. “The day of the cut out and get out is gone”. He talks about how technology and planning have changed the logging and timber businesses 12:25. A man splits wood with a wood splitting machine 12:36. Forest rangers. The government / Department of Interior, owns two thirds of the forestland in the Pacific Northwest 12:50. After years of exploitation the timber industry works with government and national parks to manage the forest through conservation 13:00. Men take core samples of tree rings from different trees to track their growth 13:35. Sweeping vistas of the forest 14:02. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit www.PeriscopeFilm.com/

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