Ames Forester

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Forest Humpty Dumpty


The year was 1886. For weeks fat logs from upper Minnesota had been plunging into the swollen waters of the St. Croix River, throwing up great geysers, bobbing and hissing down river to the sawmills. The spring drive was on.



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