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Object ID 954.003
Scope & Content Weyerhaeuser Timber Co Timber Estimate and Land Examination of Section 3 Township 24 N Range 8, EWM.

Is the timber thrifty or decaying? Part of the timber is very conkey and from examining windfalls find them effected with ground rot as all are broken at the ground

Is there any logging or shingle bolt cutting now being carried on near this land? None.

Has the land adjacent been logged off or burnt over? Not any.

What, if any, is the danger from fire? At present there is not much danger. However there is a lot of down small Hemlock. Caused by heavy snow last season which is green at present if this timber become dead it would create plenty of material for fires.

Are there any improvements on this land, and is there an occupant? None.

Is there any visible sign of coal or other mineral deposits on this land? None visible.

Has this land any special value on account of its topography as a route for railway, a logging road, or for dam sites or water power? On this section a good route can be found for a railroad from the South to the North.

Topography
NENE Clay stone steep sloping 200
NWNE Clay stone steep sloping 200
SWNE Clay stone steep sloping 200
SENE Clay stone steep sloping 200
NENW Clay gravel rolling sloping 300
NWNW Clay gravel West 1/2 level 500
SWNW Clay gravel West 1/2 level 500
SENW Clay gravel Rolling Sloping 350
NESW Clay gravel Rolling Sloping 350
NWSW Clay gravel nearly level 500
SWSW Clay gravel nearly level 400
SESW Clay gravel rolling 350
NESE Clay stone steep 200
NWSE Clay stone rolling 350
SWSE Clay stone rolling 350
SESE Clay stone Steep Rolling 200

Logging Conditions
This timber can be logged to the South. A very good route for a railroad can be found in and across this section along the East line of this section around the shore of Echo Lake (Boyle Lake). The surface is gentle rolling and sloping on the West part, on the East part the surface is steep sloping from dividing ridge as a whole the Timber can be logged to good advantage and will handle partly to the East and partly to the West of this section.

General Note:
This section don't contain the acreage given on the township plat on the East boundary owing to the less variation on the south boundary is about 73 chains on the west boundary the distance is given as 69.34 chains and the plat gives the fraction on the North as 34.75 acres which in not correct.
Object Name Report
Collection Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Special Collection Archives
Date June 1913
Year Range from 1913
Year Range to 1913
Search Terms 1910s
Weyerhaeuser
Maps
Fir Trees
Cedar Tree
Hemlock Tree
Snoqualmie River
North Fork
People Dodwell, AW