Jack Ness Interview
Krueger, Frederick; Addington, Stephen
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
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Jack Ness talks about his Scottish roots and his experiences in logging beginning circa 1907. Ness worked in log mills and camps around Post Falls, Idaho, before transitioning to Casland and Liberty, Washington. He describes life in logging camps, logging techniques, bootlegging, nationalities in the camps, and local businesses.
The cover image shows a logging employee doing some washing at Casland, Washington, in 1930.
Ness, Jack, "Jack Ness Interview" (1975). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 76.
Oral history, Logging--Washington (State), Liberty (Wash.), Stills (Distilleries)
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