Ansel Taylor Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Ansel Taylor describes his career in logging at the beginning of the twentieth century. He speaks about river drives and Indian-white relations in the Swauk region of Washington state. He talks about logging at Teanaway, Casland, Easton, and Lake Cle Elum, with the accompanying living conditions, dangers, strikes, machinery, and company dynamics. He also talks about working conditions in the Northwestern Improvement Company coal mines at Roslyn, Washington, circa 1888, including prominent strikes.
The cover image shows Ansel Taylor and his wife near Thorp, Washington, on horse and wagon, circa 1910.
Taylor, Ansel, "Ansel Taylor Interview" (2014). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 107.
Oral history, Logging--Washington (State), Teanaway River Valley (Wash.), Roslyn (Wash.)
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