The remnants of a wood-paneled structure sit amid an array of twigs, branches, and forest vegetation.
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Hosford's Sawmill Site
The remnants of a wood-paneled structure sit amid an array of twigs, branches, and forest vegetation.
In the 1940s, Ed Hosford cut a logging road from Dyea to Finnegan's Point. He established his sawmill there in 1948, where it was in operation until it was abandoned in 1956.
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06/08/2017
06/08/2017
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