What are the four categories of lumberjacks of canada?
Asked by manoj srivastava, 16 Aug '09 07:51 pm
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Lumberjacks could be found wherever there were vast forests to be harvested and a demand for wood, most likely in Scandinavia, Canada, and northern parts of the United States. In the U.S., many lumberjacks were of Scandinavian ancestry, continuing the occupation of their parents and grandparents. American lumberjacks were first centered in northeastern states such as Maine and then followed the general westward migration on the continent to the Upper Midwest, and finally the Pacific NorthwestAnswered by SriniVenkat, 16 Aug '09 08:03 pm
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