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Native Logging Company

History of Logging

  • In 1904 the Nuxalk Nation were logging the Native Reserve located on the large adjoining river flats between the Bella Coola and Necleetsconnay rivers.
  • First Nations people devoted the fall and early winter to logging for local mills. This complemented their seasonal pursuits such as fishing and hunting.

History of Logging History of Logging

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