During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Saco River Valley and its tributaries were the scene of some of the most intensive logging to ever take place in the rugged and wild White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Contents:The Old-Growth Forests Along the Upper Saco River, pp. 1-10;Sawyer River Railroad, pp. 11-50;The Bartlett and Albany Railroad, pp. 51-64;The Saco Valley Railroad, pp. 65-78;The Conway Company Railroads, pp. 79-128;The Wealth of the White Mountains, pp. 129-133;Glossary, Bibliography, Index, pp. 134-142.
Bondcliff Books, softcover, 142 pages, Black-and-White photographs and maps.