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Gyppo Logger

Empfohlen ab 22 Jahre. Sprache: Englisch.
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An autobiographical account of the family-based, independent loggers of the post-World War II timber economy, and the crucial role played by women.
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Titel: Gyppo Logger
Autor/en: Margaret Elley Felt

ISBN: 0295981660
EAN: 9780295981666
Empfohlen ab 22 Jahre.
Sprache: Englisch.
UNIV OF WASHINGTON PR

Februar 2002 - kartoniert - 328 Seiten

Beschreibung

An autobiographical account of the family-based, independent loggers of the post-World War II timber economy, and the crucial role played by women.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Contents Foreword by Robert E. Walls 1 What is a Gyppo? 2 "Strictly Gyppo" 3 "A-Logging We Will Go" 4 Salvage or Scavenge Logging 5 Great Expectations 6 Of Home and Family 7 New Camp or No New Camp? 8 Some Characters 9 Of Fires and Firebugs 10 Cooks and More Cooks 11 Life of a Wife of a Gyppo 12 Stormy Thanksgiving 13 The Gyppo's Ingenuity and the Gyppo's Wife 14 "An Eye for an Eye" 15 Of Death and Taxes 16 The Gyppo Photographer 17 The Last Season for Big Company 18 Memories and Conclusions 19 Here We Go Again

Portrait

Margaret Elley Felt is the author of thirteen books in addition to "Gyppo Logger." She has contributed to popular magazines including "National Wildlife" and "Parents Magazine," and was an editor and public information officer for several Washington State agencies.

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"Gyppo Logger demonstrates how gyppo wives remade the formerly masculine terrain of logging through their unpaid but vital economic activities in both private and public forums. And it was, arguably, the success of these family businesses that facilitated the dramatic and rapid physical redesign of Northwest forests" - Robert E. Walls "Operating on little capital, substandard equipment, and always on the brink of financial failure, gyppo loggers multiplied in the Pacific Northwest woods in the two decades following the end of the Second World War. Reckless and daring, working through subcontracts and opposed to labor unions and environmental regulations, gyppos were a throwback to entrepreneurs of an earlier time. Margaret Elley Felt's Gyppo Logger captures the independent and stubborn spirit of these maverick operators." - William G. Robbins, Oregon State University

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